Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. EST
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Police in southwestern Michigan say a man’s body was found in a basement four to five days after he was fatally stabbed. Benton Harbor police located Sylvester Booth’s body early Saturday. His 60-year-old roommate was arrested.
BOSTON (AP) — A 32-year-old man identified by police as the victim of a fatal shooting was an assistant basketball coach at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Police say Kendric Price was shot several times early Saturday morning in the city’s Dorchester neighborhood and pronounced dead at the scene. The Boston native once played for the University of Michigan. No arrests have been made.
DETROIT (AP) — Nearly four dozen medical cannabis delivery businesses are operating in Detroit, even though Michigan regulators haven’t approved any home delivery licenses. The Detroit News reports that Grow Cannabis Marketing has identified 44 such delivery businesses in the city. The Medical Marihuana Licensing Board in November approved a rule that would allow licensed provisioning centers to seek permission to deliver. Provisioning centers say unlicensed delivery operations are taking their business.
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (AP) — Efforts are moving forward on the Grand River Greenway trail project in western Michigan with newly announced agreements to acquire additional land for the project. Ottawa County officials say three landowners have agreed to sell 118 acres of land in Robinson Township at the south end of Stearns Bayou. A new park is scheduled to be opened to the public this summer. The overall project would connect Grand Haven in Ottawa County to Millennium Park in Kent County.