Prosecutors said 80-year-old Nancy Dailey was tied up, beaten and stabbed after she hired two parolees to do yard work.
An Oakland County jury has found 49-year-old Alan Wood guilty of a murder that shocked a Royal Oak community.
Jury selection begins today in Oakland County Circuit Court in the murder of a Royal Oak woman, whose throat was slashed during a robbery at her home.
An ex-convict charged in the home invasion and knife-slaying of an elderly Royal Oak woman has pleaded guilty in the case.
n Oakland County judge has ruled against a motion to suppress the confession of a woman charged in the murder of an 80-year-old Royal Oak resident.
The Michigan Department of Corrections didn’t properly supervise two parolees charged in last year’s slaying of an 80-year-old Royal Oak woman and should make statewide changes to improve oversight, according to a new lawsuit.
A judge has postponed till January the trial of two ex-convicts in the home invasion and knife-slaying of an 80-year-old Royal Oak woman.
A trial is scheduled for August for two people in the killing of an 80-year-old Royal Oak woman at her home.
Tonia Watson and Allan Wood, both parole violators, were ordered back to jail to await trail this summer for the November 2011 death of 80-year-old Nancy Dailey.
Tonia Watson and Alan Wood were back in court on Friday, bound over for a preliminary hearing.