Jonathon Aiden was sentenced on March 6 for his role in the death of a Jim Bradley GMC auto dealership employee.
The co-defendant in the murder of a Scio Township auto dealership employee was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday. According to Heritage Newspapers, Judge Archie Brown sentenced Jonathon Aiden to life without parole after Aiden was found guilty by a jury on Feb. 8 for the 2006 murder of William Samuel Kenney of Lodi Township. Kenney, 55, was attacked with a blunt object and run over with a vehicle outside the Jim Bradley GMC car dealership in Scio Township where he worked as a porter, according to the newspaper. To read the complete story, visit www.heritage.com.
There was plenty of news in the Dexter/Chelsea area this week.
Here is a list of the top five most interesting stories from around Washtenaw County this week. 1. A&M Hospitality submitted a site plan this week to the city of Ann Arbor for a proposed Hampton Inn & Suites hotel at 2910 Jackson Ave. According to Ann Arbor.com, the four-story, 100-room hotel would include a workout facility and an indoor pool. 2. The village of Dexter received an unqualified opinion from the auditing firm of Post, Smythe, Lutz and Ziel on the village's 2011-2012 fiscal year budget. According to Patch.com, Dexter's total net assets increased by $1.6 million last year. 3. The Dexter Rotary Club will sponsor the 2013 Memorial Day parade. The club is taking over the planning and organization of festivities from the American …