Jackson headlines November 20-25. Jackson mayoral candidate filed lawsuit, flower shop closes

Jackson headlines November 20-25. Jackson mayoral candidate filed lawsuit, flower shop closes ...

JACKSON, MI During his election night loss, former presidential candidate John Wilson sued the city of Jackson and a television station.

Here's the headline and some more you may've missed this week.

In an election contest that was made up of former mayoral candidate John Wilson, he filed a lawsuit against the local news station and Jackson for a reason he had lost his ability in the Nov. 2 election.

Until now, the Mayor-Elector Daniel Mahoney won the election in total of 2,077 votes, while Wilson received 1,745 votes, losing just over 330 votes.

Holidays are the busiest time of year for flower shops & they keep Karmays Flowers & Gifts in Jackson hopping for more than four decades.

The shop crowded and the orders for flowers fell asleep. Christmas, Mothers Day and, more importantly, Valentine's Day were in the fold and the phone rang off the hook.

Once again, the owners had arrived for their customers at the shop to spend two days laying back early the next morning.

Police arrested a Jackson man after the weekend standoff, the police said.

Jackson Police obtained an arrest warrant on Nov. 19 to a man of 36 years who was accused of domestic violence and false imprisonment on charges of domestic violence and false imprisonment. According to the Jackson Police Department, the warrant is on a 36-year-old man's basis, felony domestic violence and false imprisonment is a violation of the s.r.

Just as the police arrived, the man barricaded at a house in the city's 100 block of South Mitchell Street. The men were a master of negotiations on the scene at 3 a.m. the house was occupied by a trained worker shortly before and went over, police said.

On Sunday, Nov. 21, a chimney fire broke out inside a two-story home in Summit Township on Sunday, Nov. 21; it caused an estimated $10,000 in damages.

The fire started at 2122 Tamie Way around four:20. The fire started, according to the building Lieutenant Jim Warner.

A man accused of nonfatal shooting will go to the tuesday night after his conviction was overturned this week.

He was previously jailed for nonfatal shooting outside the Jackson club. His successful appeal will lead to a new trial.

The Michigan Court of Appeals granted a notice Thursday, Nov. 18 vacating the previous conviction of Leandrew Martin and remanding him for a new trial.

Jackson College will recognize the influence of longtime Jackson Public Schools educator and administrator Monica Pierce by their 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Medal of Service Award.

The college will present the award to Pierce during its annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration, on Saturday, Jan 15th 2022, at 5:30 at the Victor Cuiss Fieldhouse.

A man with whom both boys were talking ended up being stabbed in a teeming arm, police said.

The Jackson Police Department responded to a fight between two young people Wednesday, Nov. 23, about 4:48 in the 700 block of Steward Avenue, police said.

Two boys, aged 13 and 8, grabbed a knife and stabbed a 12-year-old boy in the elbow, said director Elmer Hitt of the Jackson police and fire department.

Jackson declared Juneteenth an official holiday in the city of Jackson.

In the February 17 meeting, Jackson City Council voted 4-6 on a policy change to make Juneteenth, June 19 an official, paid city holiday, and voted overwhelmingly to keep the sweeping amendment. The Council member Laura Dwyer Schlecte, Ward 4 did not support the ordinance.

In spite of the fact that he is convicted of killing the murderer, a 45-year-old man will spend most of his life in prison, he will be sacked while he's out in jail. But the closer he's to the woman who he is convicted of killing think that he deserves worse.

Maddin was sentenced to life in prison without parole Wednesday, Nov 24. Maddin, Jr. was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder and domestic violence second offense at the end of a two-day bench trial before The Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Susan Jordan on Oct 5.

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