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Topic - Raulie Casteel
A man who kept a swath of southeastern Michigan on edge for weeks by shooting at two-dozen vehicles along a busy highway corridor was sentenced Monday to 18 to 40 years in prison on a combination of terrorism and weapons convictions.
A man who opened fire on other motorists in a series of October 2012 attacks that terrified southeastern Michigan was sentenced Tuesday to more than six years in prison in the first of two related cases.
A man who turned a Michigan fall into a season of fear by firing at about two dozen vehicles near a busy highway was convicted of terrorism Wednesday as a jury rejected his claim that the shootings were the impulsive result of wild, uncontrolled delusions and paranoia.
A jury spent four hours Tuesday deliberating in the domestic terrorism trial of a man who opened fire on nearly two-dozen vehicles along a southeast Michigan highway corridor two years ago, disrupting the lives of those who lived, worked and learned in the area for several weeks.
A man testified Monday that he opened fire on other motorists along a busy southeast Michigan highway because he believed they were part of a government conspiracy against him.
A man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan is expected to testify in his own defense Monday.
A trial has resumed for a man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan.
A trial is scheduled to resume Tuesday for a man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan.
A man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan is emotionally troubled but not a terrorist, a defense lawyer told jurors Wednesday.
A trial is scheduled to start Tuesday for a man charged in a series of shootings on and off Interstate 96 in Michigan.
"It sounds crazy" now, Casteel said.