SHIAWASSEE COUNTY, Mich. (WILX/Gray News) – A man accused of killing a 25-year-old Michigan man named Kevin Bacon is expected back in court on Wednesday.
On Monday, court documents revealed what police found on Dec. 28, the day they arrested 50-year-old Mark Latunski in connection with Bacon’s death.
Detectives said they went to Latunski’s home to perform a welfare check as that was the last location Bacon was believed to have been.
When they entered Latunski’s central Michigan home, detectives testified they found Bacon hanging naked from the ceiling.
According to testimony from the detective, Latunski confessed to killing Bacon by stabbing him with a knife in the back one time then slitting his throat.
He also admitted to police he wrapped a rope around Bacon’s ankles and hung him from the rafters on the ceiling.
According to the documents, Latunski admitted he used the knife to cut off Bacon’s testicles and then consumed them.
TROY, Mich. — A delivery driver who was supposed to be dropping off a package for an Amazon customer for the holidays instead decided to destroy it.
Surveillance video from a Michigan home showed the driver get out of his vehicle, place a package in front of the back tire and then proceed to run it over repeatedly.
The truck driver stopped in front of a home and carefully placed a package in front of his rear passenger tire after doing a door knock. He got back behind the wheel and went back and forth, crushing what was inside.
Michiganders do a brief double-take when Trump jokes that veteran Rep. John Dingell may have gone to hell when he died. pic.twitter.com/Bv503szBLJ— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) December 19, 2019
During a strange turn during his Michigan rally, President Donald Trump talked about former Rep. John Dingell, who died in February. Trump made a statement that sounded like he was hinting that Dingell might be in hell.
This was shortly after the House voted to impeach him.
“I said that’s ok, don’t worry about it… Maybe he’s looking up, I don’t know,” Trump commented. The crowd groaned and laughed in response to what Trump said.
President Donald Trump attacked his security people as they dragged protesters out of his Michigan rally on Wednesday. Protesters flashed middle fingers as well as a giant banner reading, “Don the Con — you’re fired.”
“She’ll catch hell when she gets back home with mom,” Trump said. “You know, she screams a little bit and you know what I like to do to avoid them. Because I’ll tell you the big problem, I can hardly hear her. What happens is all of you people go, ‘Look, look, look.’ And the place — so there’s one disgusting person who made — wait, wait — who, I wouldn’t say this, but who made a horrible gesture with the wrong finger, right? Now, they won’t say that, the fake news media. They won’t say it. If one of us did that it would be like the biggest story ever.”
KALAMAZOO, MI — A military veteran took heroic actions when he tackled an armed man who had threatened to shoot others following a fight early Saturday in Kalamazoo, police said.
Witnesses told police that a man was flashing a gun during a fight. The veteran told police he heard the man say he was going to “shoot everybody.”
That’s when the veteran took action, police said.
“As the suspect ran toward the crowd, the military veteran disregarded his own safety and tackled the suspect, holding him until police arrived,” police wrote in a statement.
DETROIT (WXYZ) — A Detroit mother has been charged with murder in the death of her 1-year-old son last week.
According to Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy, 20-year-old Rhionna Nichols is charged with felony murder and first degree child abuse and torture.
Nichols was reportedly upset because little Viston accidentally pulled a TV off a dresser. Sources say Nichols claimed she shook her baby and used a shoe to hit him on the legs, but police say reality had to be much worse because Viston died from trauma to his head.