Case Against MSU Student From Saline on Hold
Brandon Carmack claimed he was assaulted by hockey team; attorneys need time to review police reports and video of the incident.
EAST LANSING - Michigan State University student Brandon Carmack appeared before East Lansing District Judge David Jordon Tuesday morning and through his attorney waived his right to a 14-day waiting period.
Carmack's attorney and Russel Church, 54-B District Court prosecutor, said they needed some time to evaluate a 100-plus page police report as well as "hours of video" before moving forward with the case.
He's been charged with filing a false police report, a felony, and four misdemeanors: two counts of stalking and one count apiece of stalking and domestic violence.
Carmack, of Saline, had claimed he was assaulted by members of the MSU hockey team but police later indicated his injuries stemmed from a domestic assault.