Marvin Winans: Pastor wants his carjacking to be catalyst for change in city


DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan prosecutor has charged three young men in the assault and carjacking of popular Detroit pastor and gospel singing icon Marvin Winans. The office of Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy says 20-year-old Detroit residents Phillip

Marvin Winans, his injured finger still bandaged, discusses his carjacking before Sunday's services at Perfecting Church inDetroit. / SUSAN TUSA/DETROIT FREE PRESS Four days after he was robbed and carjacked outside a Detroit gas station, the Rev.

Pastor Marvin Winans, who was the recent victim of a carjacking, holds a press conference before the Sunday service at his Perfecting Church in Detroit, MI, May 20, 2012. / SUSAN TUSADetroit Free Press By Robin Erb Brian Keith Young, 18,

Detroit police have identified two of the assailants who physically attacked and carjacked Detroit mega-church pastor and gospel singer Marvin Winans Wednesday afternoon.

The DPD has wasted no time rounding up three suspects in Wednesday's assault, robbery and carjacking of noted preacher and gospel singer Marvin Winans. The latest arrest was made Friday afternoon. Winans was pumping gas Wednesday afternoon at a Citgo

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