Tommy Leonard Caufman, 60, of 1073 Carberry Road in Howard Township, Cass County, is anticipated to surrender today in the Niles Police Force Complex. Caufman faces two criminal offence offenses that will lead to a minimum of 19 years imprisonment. The 2 offenses include placing an blast near property, which has a 15 year sentence and/or $10,000 and false report of the criminal offence, resulting in 4 years and/or $2,000, based on the Cass County district attorney?Michigan native dies in Iraq
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP) A soldier from Michigan died after an improvised blast blew up near his M1 Abrams tank in Iraq, the military stated. Spc. Walter B. Howard II, 35, who was raised in Macomb County's Clinton Township, was married about 2 yrs ago and re enlisted within the military last summer time to assist give a steady earnings for his family, stated his mother, Carolyn. Howard's wife and 15 month old daughter survive base at Fort Carson, Colo., family people stated. The unit, discovered at TLC Enterprise, 1073 Carberry Road, was removed and made safe using a rc robot supplied by the Michigan Condition Police Explosive device Squad in Grand Rapids. An argument released by Michigan Condition Police in Niles stated the explosive device was discovered to be real. Tommy Leonard Cauffman, 60, from the 1000 block of Carberry Road, was sentenced Friday in Cass County 43rd Judicial Circuit Court. Cauffman also was handed two years' probation for that June 11 explosive device scare that evacuated houses close to the gas tank for any couple of hrs until a Michigan Condition Police explosive device squad showed up from Grand Rapids.
On June 5, 2007 Tech. Sgt. Ryan Balmer, a Mishawaka Senior high school graduate, was wiped out in Kirkuk, Iraq by an improvised blast. Jason Lee from an inside funeral ceremony for an outside site in which a brief military ceremony occured Wednesday at Calvary Chapel in Fruitport, Mich. Lee, 26, of Fruitport, died November. Roberto Andrade Junior., 26, of Chicago, Ill., died Jan. 18 in Baghdad, Iraq. Andrade died of wounds experienced when an improvised blast struck his vehicle, based on the Dod. Andrade was designated to first Battalion, 66th Armor, first Brigade Combat Team, fourth Infantry Division at Fort Hood, Texas.