Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. EDT

UNDATED (AP) — A white couple face criminal charges after one of them was captured on video pulling a handgun on a Black woman and her daughters in a restaurant parking lot in Michigan. Oakland County prosecutors say Jillian and Eric Wuestenberg were arrested after Wednesday night’s confrontation and charged Thursday with felonious assault. The sheriff’s office says they were later arraigned and are free on a $50,000 personal bond. The sheriff says that as a condition of the bond, they must turn over all firearms, not engage in “assaultive behavior” and not leave Michigan. They’re next scheduled to appear in court for a probable cause hearing on July 14. 

DETROIT (AP) — Census takers have started door-to-door canvassing of homes in Detroit. City officials say efforts through the end of July will be concentrated in southwest Detroit, the lower east side and northeast side, and the Grand River corridor. Census takers will try to reach people who have not yet answered census questions by mail, online or by telephone. Detroit’s current census response rate is 47%. Nearly a dozen community groups have committed to taking part in the canvassing.

DETROIT (AP) — Birds, generators and golf carts were the sounds heard when the silence was broken during the opening round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic on Thursday. The PGA Tour is putting the world’s best golfers on courses for the fourth time since shutting down March 12 due to the pandemic that can canceled the British Open and postponed the others majors until later in the year. The players have gotten used to competing without fans. But it was a jarring and unsettling experience for an Associated Press sports reporter covering a competition for the first time in nearly four months.

CHICAGO (AP) — A Nigerian national has appeared in court in Chicago on charges that he orchestrated an international cyber fraud scheme that defrauded U.S. businesses in six states out of tens of millions of dollars. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago said Friday that 29-year-old Olalekan Jacob Ponle, originally of Lagos, Nigeria, was arrested last month in the United Arab Emirates, where he was living. He was expelled from the country and into FBI custody, and arrived in Chicago Thursday. He’s charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud against companies based in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, New York and California.