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Recent articles by Jameson:

Man convicted of Sterling Heights eatery rape after 36 minutes of deliberations

Jerry Brown-Pegues, 38, who represented himself, was convicted of third-degree criminal sexual conduct, which involves force or coercion, following a three day trial in front of Judge Julie Gatti i… → Read More

Judge increases charge to first-degree murder for shooting following Warren pool party

The shooting occurred June 5, 2021after Horton-Starks and a group of her friends got into an argument with Clark at the party on Colpaert Drive near Masonic Boulevard and Schoenherr Road. At the pa… → Read More

Trial starts for man accused of raping co-worker at Sterling Heights fast food store

A criminal jury trial started Wednesday for a 38-year-old man accused of raping a teenage coworker at a Jimmy John’s store in Sterling Heights. Jerry Brown-Pegues is representing himself in his Mac… → Read More

Harrison Township man to serve another year behind bars for abusing infant son

Collin Quint, 32, received the sentence in a compromise deal with Macomb County prosecutors after the state Court of Appeals ordered he must be sentenced under a higher guideline range. → Read More

Man pleads guilty to carjacking elderly woman at Walmart in Sterling Heights

Graves threw an 80-year-old woman from her Jeep Grand Cherokee about 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, in the parking lot at 14 Mile Road and Van Dyke, and took the vehicle, police said → Read More

Macomb County to consider settling lawsuit by fired morgue employee

Robinette Struckel, who worked in the field for over 20 years, was fired in September 2020 after three days on the job because she says she reported about 10 violations. → Read More

Daughter of man killed in truck-bike crash in Mount Clemens speaks out

Samantha Richards spoke by video last week at the sentencing of Adrian Williamson, 24, of Detroit, who was ordered by a Macomb County Circuit Court judge to serve nine months in jail after pleading… → Read More

BREAKING: New Baltimore bank robbery suspect shot, captured by police in Illinois

WCIA-TV, a station based in Champaign, Ill., reported today that Jacob Edwards was spotted by police about 9 p.m. Thursday driving a black Ford F-150 in Danville, Ill., that he carjacked in Tippeca… → Read More

Lucido apologizes for General Lee post, blames office staffer

The post on Lucido Prosecutor’s Office page marking Lee’s birthday triggered complaints from the public and county employees to county officials as well as to The Macomb Daily. → Read More

Jury rejects self-defense, convicts man in Macomb County shooting

Fox told jurors in closing arguments Blust “made the choice” to go to the home armed with two handguns and a knife after DeWulf had told him he was going to “beat your ass” in a Facebook message fi… → Read More

Jury rejects self-defense, convicts man in Chesterfield Township shooting

Fox told jurors in closing arguments Blust “made the choice” to go to the home armed with two handguns and a knife after DeWulf had told him he was going to “beat your ass” in a Facebook message fi… → Read More

Lucido criticized for Facebook post marking Robert E. Lee’s birthday – Macomb Daily

Meanwhile, McKinnon said county officials are also looking into Lucido’s December 2022 electronic newsletter sent to several hundred employees in the county Roads Department and possibly other depa… → Read More

Former assistant Macomb County prosecutor sues Lucido over alleged retaliations

Van Laan, who filed the lawsuit through attorney Deborah Gordon, claims violation of the state Whistleblower Act, state Eilliot-Larson Civil Rights Act, 14th Amendment right to due process and “tor… → Read More

Krauseneck murder case to be subject of Dateline NBC episode

James Krausneck and his family, including his daughter, Sara Krausenck Young, who was 3 years old and in the home at the time of the slaying, say he is innocent. Cathy Krauseneck’s family has said … → Read More

Murder defendant wishes he could have avoided fatal shooting in Chesterfield Twp.

Blust, who said he shot in self defense, appeared contrite and remorseful, and at times had to pause and think about his replies to questions, mostly under cross examination by Assistant Macomb Pro… → Read More

Murder defendant takes stand to claim self defense in Chesterfield Township slaying

Dakota Blust began testifying Friday in front of a jury in Macomb County Circuit Court regarding the death of Andrew DeWulf, 32, in July 2021 during a scuffle in the driveway of DeWulf’s Chesterfie… → Read More

Man to be resentenced in Harrison Township child-abuse case

Collin Quint, who has completed the jail term, could be returning to jail or prison as he is scheduled to be resentenced Jan. 25 under a higher sentencing-guideline range, up to nearly five years, … → Read More

Harrison Township woman blames Macomb agency for month of no heat in her home

The heat generated by the space heaters wasn’t enough to overcome the recent extremely cold weather pattern over the Christmas weekend. On Dec. 26, a water pipe froze and burst, flooding two levels… → Read More

Whitmer lobbies Air Force to locate F-35 fighter-jet center at Selfridge

Whitmer wrote Secretary Frank Kendall III related to the Air Force’s gradual replacement of the A-10 Warthog fighter jets, some of which are kept at the Harrison Township base, with a trainin… → Read More

Supporters turn out in court for Ray Twp. vet accused of animal abuse

The supporters, donned in great-and-white t shirts emblazoned with, “We Support Our Vet,” turned out for a pretrial in 42-I District Court in Romeo for the case of Wayne Gilcrest, who is charged wi… → Read More