DETROIT (WWJ) – Charges have been filed against two men found in possession of a murdered Wayne State University student’s cell phone.

Forty-one year-old Michael Booker of Detroit has been charged with tampering with evidence, larceny and concealing stolen property. And 34-year old Robert Windsor is facing a charge receiving and concealing stolen property.

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Thirty-three year-old Tiane Brown, a law student at WSU, was reported missing on Monday and found shot to death in her SUV on Wednesday in a vacant lot near the former Packard plant.

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The two men have denied involvement in Brown’s death.

The two men are expected to be arraigned Saturday.

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