1 arraigned in double stabbing at Roseville restaurant

Ursula Watson
The Detroit News

Roseville — One of the teens accused in a double stabbing at a restaurant was arraigned Tuesday in 39th District Court.

Leland Brown, 18, of Roseville was charged with two counts of possessing analogues, a two-year felony; one count of delivery and manufacture of marijuana, a four-year felony; and one weapons count, a five-year felony.

His bond was set at $10,000 and he is being housed in the Macomb County Jail in Mount Clemens. His next court date is scheduled for 8:15 a.m. Jan. 7.

According to Deputy Chief Donald Glandon of the Roseville Police Department, four subjects had agreed to meet in the restroom of Logan’s Roadhouse in the 30700 block of Gratiot Sunday night.

During the drug purchase, a fight broke out, which Glandon said was the result of three of the subjects trying to rob the fourth.

Three of the four were wounded by a knife, which police said Brown had, and the fourth fled the scene before police arrived.

Glandon said Brown suffered a cut hand while the other two had cuts on their upper bodies.

All were treated and released from local hospitals.

Warrants have been authorized by the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office for the three other subjects.

Glandon said a 19-year-old, Clinton Township resident will be charged with one count of assault with intent to rob while unarmed and one count of conspiracy to commit assault with intent to rob while unarmed. Both are 15-year felonies.

A 17-year-old, also of Clinton Township, will be charged with one count of assault with intent to rob while unarmed, a 15-year felony.

One of the subjects is a juvenile and will not be identified.

No date has been set for their arraignments.


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