Grosse Pointe Week in Review: Bob Bashara Returns to Court
Here are some headlines in Grosse Pointe from the past week.
Here are some of the headlines in Grosse Pointe from the week of September 10, 2012.
- Bob Bashara's Bond Reduction Request Pending: The judge heard arguments early Thursday in Third Circuit Court on a bond reduction request from Bob Bashara's attorney. Prosecutors oppose any change, saying his behavior since being in jail has continued to be of concern.
- 7 Grosse Pointe Students Named National Merit Semifinalists: Four students from Grosse Pointe South and three students from Grosse Pointe North were selected as semifinalists in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program.
- Grosse Pointe Woods Man Arraigned in Molestation Case: A 55-year-old Grosse Pointe Woods man waived the reading of his formal charges Wednesday in a case in which he is accused of molesting a girl from 2007 to 2011.
- Grosse Pointe Woods Resident Arraigned in Cat Hoarding Case: The 70-year-old Grosse Pointe Woods woman accused of abusing animals after more than 75 feral cats were removed from her home earlier this year made her first appearance in court on a felony charge Wednesday.
- Grosse Pointe Farms Discusses Council Vacancy: Grosse Pointe Farms officials will be accepting letters of interest along with a resume from any resident wishing to fill the vacant seat on city council following the passing of Mayor Pro Tem Joseph Leonard.
- Grosse Pointe High Schoolers Remember 9/11 Victims: Students from Grosse Pointe North and South High Schools used flags today to remember victims from 9/11.