LASALLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. — A mother is accused of trying to torch a car with her 11-year-old son bound and locked inside at a southeast Michigan cemetery. The Monroe County sheriff’s office says 48-year-old Sherrie Richter was arraigned Thursday on assault with intent to murder and arson charges. The sheriff’s office said preliminary investigations show...
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