Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. EST

DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan man has been convicted of second-degree murder in the shooting death and mutilation of his childhood friend three years ago in a field north of Detroit. A Macomb County jury on Thursday found 21-year-old Andrew Fiacco guilty in the killing of 19-year-old Stephen McAfee. The jury also found Fiacco guilty of a felony firearm offense, dismemberment and lying to a police officer. His sentencing is set for March 21. He could face decades in prison.

CROTHERSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Police say a Michigan man driving in Indiana got out of his disabled pickup truck and was struck and killed on Interstate 65. David Buchanan’s Chevrolet Silverado left I-65 and got stuck in the median in Jackson County. State police say the 55-year-old Stanwood, Michigan, man walked into the northbound lanes Thursday night and was hit by a Jeep. A dog found in Buchanan’s truck was given to Jackson County Animal Control.

DETROIT (AP) — A moving crew evicting a retired Detroit homicide detective from his home has found a locker with evidence from old cases. Police Chief James Craig says he has ordered an investigation into the Thursday discovery. He tells The Detroit News that he’s concerned the evidence “could taint some cases,” especially if it was relevant but never introduced in court. The former officer retired in 2012. He worked in the homicide unit for six years until 2009.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer plans to seek changes to Michigan’s Medicaid work requirements before they take effect, saying the “onerous” rules could lead to recipients losing coverage. The Democrat wrote a letter to the federal government Friday. She accepted the terms of a waiver the state received to implement the Republican-backed work requirements, saying it ensures the continuation of expanded Medicaid coverage. But she said she will work with the Republican-led Legislature to make changes.