The DNA results are in and indicate that the two sets of cubed human remains found in sewers in Warren and Sterling Heights, Michigan, do not belong to the same person.
Authorities in Detroit announced on December 20, 2012, that they are considering the possibility of a serial killer in their area, after more cubes of human flesh were found in a local sewer.
After a little digging and a little testing in Roseville, we still don’t know where Jimmy Hoffa is, but we’re pretty sure he’s not there..
Last week, contractors working in the Sterling Heights area of Detroit, Mich., found a dozen body parts in a sewer about 50 feet below street level. “There were maybe a dozen softball-sized pieces of a body,” said Sterling Heights Police Department Lt. Luke Riley. With very little information to go on, police are hoping a tattoo will help identify the victim.
Roger Bowling, 39, of Allen Park, Mich., appeared in court yesterday to face murder charges in the deaths of his ex-girlfriend Danielle Greenway, 32, and her fiance, Chris Hall, 42. On July 17, authorities discovered two beheaded, dismembered torsos floating in the Detroit River. A former roommate of Bowling’s who’d known the suspect since childhood testified in court yesterday that Bowling had long been planning to kill and dismember Greenway.
Contractors working in the Sterling Heights area of Detroit, Mich., found a dozen body parts in a sewer about 50 feet below street level. “This morning, they go down to begin their work and they get down to a large grate at the 50-foot level and they see the body laying down there,” said Sterling Heights Police Department Lt. Luke Riley. “There were maybe a dozen softball-sized pieces of a body,” Riley continued, “No arms or leg or torso — nothing like that. Definitely a Caucasian. We’re not sure if it’s male or female.”
Roger Bowling, 39, of Allen Park, Mich., is charged with killing a couple he lived with. The dismembered bodies of Chris Hall, 42, and his fiance Danielle Greenway, 32, were found in the Detroit River Tuesday. Fishermen alerted authorities after spotting two mutilated torsos in the water. Their missing body parts, as well as a suitcase and a circular saw were discovered nearby.
A Detroit-based battle rapper is under fire — and under investigation — after posting a video online in which he brags about fighting dogs and roosters.
A Detroit woman was fatally shot in the chest Sunday after hugging an off-duty police officer. According to Detroit police, Adaisha Miller was celebrating her 25th birthday a day early. She was dancing at a party when she came up to off-duty officer Issac Parrish attending the party and hugged him from behind. His holster gun discharged accidentally and shot Miller in the chest, piercing her lung and heart.