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Authorities Say Man They Arrested is Prime Suspect in Random I-96 Shootings

Law enforcement searches the home/ from WXYZ video

By Allan Lengel

WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mi. — Authorities said today that a 43-year-old man they arrested last night in Wixom, a suburb of Detroit, in connection with the I-96 shootings is a prime suspect and could be charged, possibly tomorrow.

“The arrest was the result of the information received during the investigation over the past few days,” said Donald Dawkins, a spokesman for ATF in Detroit. “The task force members arrested the suspect at this residence and potential evidence has been seized during his arrest and will be evaluated by our crime labs.”

Since mid-October, a task force has been on the hunt for a phantom shooter that has been randomly shot at 24 people, mostly in cars along the I-96 corridor in Oakland, Ingham, Shiawassee and Livingston counties. Only one person has been wounded.

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Detroit FBI Agent Concerned About Hezbollah’s Reaction to Conflict With Iran

By Allan Lengel

WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mi. —  A Detroit FBI official on Tuesday expressed concern as to how Hezbollah, which enjoys support in the Arab community in the Detroit area, might react if Israel or anyone else goes to battle with Iran.

“If Israel or anyone else chooses to act against Iran, what exactly is Hezbollah or Iran going to do? That’s the … $64,000 question,” FBI official Todd Mayberry, head of counterterrorism at the Detroit FBI, told a crowd of about 130 people the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield, a suburb of Detroit, the Detroit Free Press reports. The group represented 58 groups and law enforcement agencies in Michigan.

Mayberry said there currently is “no specific threat to the Jewish community here in Michigan.”

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Internet Spam King Pleads Guilty in Detroit

As punishment, the man should have to read spam all day — and while he’s at it — eat spam.spam-can

Detroit Free Press
DETROIT — The feds once called him the spam king.

On Monday, Alan Ralsky took on the new title of convicted felon after pleading guilty in U.S. District Court in Detroit to sending millions of unsolicited e-mail in a stock-fraud scheme that netted him $2.7 million in the summer of 2005.

An indictment charged that Ralsky, 63, of West Bloomfield; his son-in-law, Scott Bradley, and others used unsolicited e-mail to pump up the price of penny stock in Chinese companies to artificially high prices and then sold it.

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