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March 6, 2021
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Lansing Killings
(wgvu) - LANSING, Mich. (AP) - An Ingham County judge says a Lansing man
awaiting a new trial in the death of a Lansing Community College
professor doesn't have to wear an electronic monitor while he is
free on bond.
Circuit Judge Games Giddings says the evidence isn't strong
supporting the case against Claude McCollum for the rape and
killing of Carolyn Kronenberg.
The Michigan Court of Appeals threw out McCollum's murder
conviction and returned the case to the lower court after the
lawyer handling McCollum's appeal and the county prosecutor jointly
asked for a new trial.
Authorities are revisiting the case. A Michigan State Police
detective told the Lansing State Journal that suspected serial
killer Matthew Emmanuel Macon confessed to killing Kronenberg
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