Michigan Inmate Captured More Than A Week After Jail EscapeMichael McKerchie, 32, was captured Saturday in Eaton Rapids after he was first spotted at a convenience store before he fled, crashed his truck in a cemetery, fled on foot and stole another vehicle.
Expert: Woman Who Died In Jail Likely Had Alcohol WithdrawalA woman who died at a Harper Woods jail likely suffered from alcohol withdrawal, an expert said, disagreeing with a report that blamed heart problems.
Detroit-Area Priest Gets 45 Days In Jail For Assaulting ManA Detroit-area Catholic priest has been sentenced to 45 days in jail for aggravated assault on a younger man who wanted counseling.
Doctor Accused Of Sexual Misconduct At Mount Clemens JailA doctor is accused of sexual misconduct against women at a suburban Detroit jail.
Macomb County Sued Over Former Inmate's DeathThe son of a Detroit man who died after being held at the Macomb County Jail is alleging in a lawsuit that the county and several jail employees ignored his father's health issues.
Ex-EMT Gets Jail Time for Neglect in Baby's DeathAn ex-emergency medical technician has been sentenced to jail after she delayed responding to a Detroit home where an 8-month-old girl was having trouble breathing and later died.
5 Years In Prison For Priest Who Stole Thousands In OwossoThe Rev. David Fisher was sentenced Friday and ordered to repay $127,000.
Terry Foster Calls Out 'Idiots' Who Want To Finish Wayne County Jail Instead Of Adding SoccerYou cannot help but shake your head at this eye sore that is only trumped by the train station urban blight on the other side of downtown.
$300K Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Excessive Force In Michigan JailInvestigators say a deputy used a restraint that wasn't taught by the sheriff's department.
Macomb County Jail Loosens Restrictions On Inmate MailPrison Legal News filed a federal lawsuit in June, saying the jail's policy amounted to censorship of its monthly journal and other correspondence.
Women Doing Time: There's Nothing Movie-Like About ItIn this four-part series WWJ's Jackie Paige talks with three separate women who served time.