Photo courtesy of the Torch Lake Protection Alliance. The photo was used as evidence for the civil case.
A Torch Lake protection organization has won a lawsuit against party promoters who brought more than 10,000 people to the lake last Fourth of July.
The Torch Lake Protection Alliance filed a lawsuit against party promoters from Lansing. They say the DJ and party bus company enticed more than 10,000 people to come to the lake for Fourth of July last year. Continue reading →
Lawyers for the man accused in the mass shooting in Kalamazoo earlier this year say they’ll argue in court that their client is insane. Jason Dalton’s defense told a Circuit Court judge of their intentions during in a closed pre-trial conference today (Monday). Continue reading →
By 2017 Dow Chemical and Dupont USA are expected to merge, becoming the largest chemical company in the United States.
However, it may take nearly 100 years before lawsuits brought against Dupont are resolved.
Late last year, Dupont USA was found liable in the first of 35-hundred cases brought against the company for causing cancer in individuals who drank water contaminated with one of their chemicals. Continue reading →
Accused shooter Jason Dalton was formally charged today (Mon.) with murder, assault with intent to commit murder, and weapons charges. That’s in connection with a weekend shooting spree in and around Kalamazoo that left six people dead. Continue reading →
Accused Kalamazoo shooter Jason Dalton was formally charged today (Mon.) with murder, assault with intent to commit murder, and weapons charges. That’s in connection with a weekend shooting spree that left six people dead and two critically injured.
Jason Dalton was quiet throughout the hearing carried out via video camera from the jail where’s being held without bail In fact, one of his few statements was that he’d prefer to not say anything. He faces 16 charges – including six counts of murder. Prosecutors said in court that Dalton acknowledged being the shooter after he was read his rights.
But Kalamazoo County Undersheriff Paul Matyas (MA’-chus) says a motive remains a mystery.
“We’re really not that much closer to why this occurred then we were 10 minutes after he was arrested.”
Federal authorities say a cache of weapons was taken from Dalton’s home following the shootings.
Dalton’s next court date is March 3rd. He’s been assigned a public defender.