Parolee involved in multi-state manhunt facing new charges - WNEM TV 5

Parolee involved in multi-state manhunt facing new charges

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MIDLAND COUNTY, MI (WNEM) -

The Midland man involved in a multi-state manhunt is facing new charges.

Gregory Allen Rose was arraigned on assault charges in Midland County on Nov. 23 after his dramatic capture in Minnesota.

The manhunt stemmed from an investigation into the murder of Connie Pajunen.

Pajunen was discovered dead in her burning home. Investigators believe the fire was intentionally set.

On Dec. 23, the Midland County Prosecutor’s Office filed additional charges:

  • Open Murder – up to life imprisonment
  • Felony Murder – life without parole
  • Second Degree Arson – 20 years maximum imprisonment
  • Armed Robbery - up to life imprisonment
  • First Degree Home Invasion - 20 years maximum imprisonment
  • Carry a Dangerous Weapon With Unlawful Intent – 5 years maximum imprisonment
  • Unlawfully Driving Away an Automobile - 5 years maximum imprisonment

Three more charges were filed against Rose for a different case:

  • Assault With Intent to do Great Bodily Harm – 10 years maximum imprisonment
  • Assault With a Dangerous Weapon – 4 years maximum imprisonment
  • Carry a Dangerous Weapon With Unlawful Intent – 5 years maximum imprisonment

According to the Midland County Prosecutor, these incidents took place at two separate homes on South Castor Road in Greendale Township on Nov. 13.

Rose is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on his original charges on Jan. 13.

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