Spouse, Stepson on Trial for Homicide of Detroit Chrysler Employee

A person’s physique was present in burning trunk and his spouse and stepson will stand trial.

Beatrice Flint-Tennyson, 68 of Farmington Hills, and her son, Delbert Flint, 47 of St. Joseph, Missouri, the spouse and stepson of a Farmington Hills, Michigan, Chrysler worker who was murdered in 2016 have been ordered to face trial for his demise.

Police indicated the physique of Darvin Tennyson, 60, was discovered within the trunk of a burning automobile in Detroit on March 30, 2016.  He hadn’t been seen since he returned house from work at Chrysler eleven days previous to the discovery, in accordance with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Workplace, and had been reported lacking.

Detroit police and firefighters responded to experiences of a “loud explosion” and Ford Fusion in flames.  “Firefighters found an unidentified male within the trunk of a automobile whereas extinguishing the hearth,” the prosecutor’s workplace reported, including, “The sufferer, later recognized as Mr. Tennyson, was pronounced lifeless on the scene.  Intensive investigation by the Detroit police and fireplace officers led to the identification and arrest of Defendants Flint-Tennyson and Flint.”

Wife, Stepson on Trial for Murder of Detroit Chrysler Worker

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