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Kiernan Brown, 30, of Delta Township, was charged in the hammer killings of two women. He showed cellphone photos of their beaten bodies to sheriff’s deputies while on a traffic stop. Brown was sentenced Wednesday in Ingham County to 70 to 100 years in prison after pleading guilty but mentally ill to second-degree murder in the deaths of Kaylee Ann Brock, 26, of Holt, and Julie Ann Mooney, 32, of Williamston in May 2019.

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According to ABC News, Brown was arrested on Interstate 69, about 108 miles northwest of Detroit, when an ex-girlfriend reported that he had been disobeying a personal protection order by hitting her door and sending troubling text messages. The woman who reported Brown was not among the victims.

It was said that during Brown's plea hearing, he stated he killed Brock and Mooney with a hammer, US News reported.

Meanwhile, a Wayne man is indicted for keeping his ex-girlfriend at a motel and attacking her after he kidnapped her in Flat Rock in September.

The Wayne County Prosecutor's Office stated that Jeremy Robert Brock, 22, forced the woman from her home in the 26320 block of Iroquois Lane in Flat Rock at gunpoint and caused her to rob a vehicle on Sept. 16. Brock made her drive to Wayne, where authorities said the victim was held against her will for nearly seven weeks.

Upon the authorities' investigation, the woman told the officers that from Sept. 16 through Nov. 1, Brock allegedly held the victim at a motel in the 32700 block of Michigan Avenue and a home in the 3860 block of Hayes Street, both in Wayne, wherein he allegedly assaulted the woman several times with a baseball bat.

The court charged Brock with one count of torture, one count of unlawful imprisonment, two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, and one count of domestic violence. He was given a $300,000/10% bond. If Brock posts bond, he is not allowed to contact the victim and cannot leave the state. He is scheduled to be back in court on Nov. 15 for a probable cause conference.

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