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    Ok, I went down the rabbit hole and went over to WS. They are discussing Jeffrey Willis with regard to this case. He is the one one accused of killing Rebecca Bletch, and being looked at in the Jessica Heeringa case.


    Here is the composite from one of those cases, and his mugshot. I see a little bit of resemblance to the Chelsea Bruck composite.
    http://woodradio.iheart.com/articles...llis-14729664/

    They also said that when the sheriff's office posted the pics above and were trying to find the guy in the pics, someone tagged the guy that ended up being the guy in the pic, and he freaked out in response. They also said that in his FB page (which I can't find now because 1. the post has been removed from the Sheriff's page and 2. I suck at FB) he wears glasses in some of his pics.

    So two different avenues of though to ponder. Interesting.

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    http://www.freep.com/story/news/loca...pect/87486716/

    Article about the girlfriend of the suspect

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    They are not releasing his name. But im reading Daniel Clay all over facebook.

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    NEWPORT, Mich. -? Two Frenchtown Township women are reeling from the arrest Friday of a man who lived with one of them and is suspected of killing another woman.

    Kelli Richter, who lives in the Frenchtown Villa manufactured-home community off Telegraph Road, told The Blade today her boyfriend, Daniel Clay, 27, was the suspect arrested by the Monroe County Sheriff?s Department in the ongoing 2014 homicide case of Chelsea Bruck, 22, of Maybee.

    ?It?s hard to believe you get to know someone and start falling in love, and he tells you he loves you. And next thing you know, he?s getting arrested for a murder,? Miss Richter said.

    Miss Bruck was last seen alive leaving a Halloween party in the 3500 block of Post Road on Oct. 26, 2014.

    Pieces of her Poison Ivy costume were located April 5, 2015, at an abandoned industrial site in Flat Rock, Mich., about 15 miles away. On April 24, her remains were discovered in a wooded area off Briar Hill Road near Carleton, Mich.

    Miss Richter, who first met Mr. Clay about a year ago and has dated him for about a month, said she initially thought he was arrested for outstanding child-support warrants, and authorities did not give a reason when they interviewed her at length Friday afternoon.

    While the Monroe County Sheriff?s Department will not name the suspect until he is arraigned Monday, Miss Richter said the details released and reported by news media later that day fit Mr. Clay?s arrest perfectly. Mr. Clay was booked into the Monroe County jail, where he remained today.

    Sheriff Dale Malone said during a news conference Friday night that information from the Michigan State Police crime lab connected the suspect to Miss Bruck?s death.

    The sheriff said the suspect was taken into custody at 2:55 p.m., matching the time at which Miss Richter?s home was surrounded by police who entered through an unlocked door and arrested Mr. Clay.

    Miss Richter was not present at the time, but a visiting friend, Deanna Boring, was in the shower when authorities began pounding on the door. Miss Boring said Mr. Clay burst into the bathroom in a panic and told her he was going to prison.

    ?He would not answer the door,? Miss Boring told The Blade.

    She heard police enter the house and take Mr. Clay to the floor in a bedroom. When Miss Richter returned home, the two women were kept separate and their cell phones were temporarily taken by police. Miss Richter approved a search, during which authorities removed several items from among Mr. Clay?s belongings.

    ?At the time, I didn?t know it was about Chelsea,? she said. ?Then they started finding things and it started freaking me out.?

    Miss Richter said she cooperated completely with authorities and worked with them for about four hours while they searched the house and interviewed her and Miss Boring. While noting the detectives were kind and understanding, she remarked they asked very personal questions about her relationship with Mr. Clay.

    ?As soon as they left, I couldn?t breathe,? she said. ?I just broke down.?

    Miss Richter said she never suspected Mr. Clay could have been involved in anything as serious as the Bruck case. He treated her well and is a good father to his two young sons, she said. She did not know him at the time Miss Bruck disappeared, and the couple had never discussed the case.

    Sheriff Malone had said Friday night his department was confident the man responsible for Miss Bruck?s death had been captured. The suspect provided ?details that only the killer would know, as this information has never been disseminated to the public,? he said.

    Miss Richter and Miss Boring said today they were second-guessing themselves and questioning everything Mr. Clay had said or done in their presence while they wait for the courts to sort things out.

    Miss Richter in particular said she struggled with the shock as part of her hoped Mr. Clay?s arrest was all just a big mistake, while another part of her wanted peace for the Bruck family.

    ?I keep thinking about it,? Miss Richter said. ?If it was him, I?m glad for Chelsea Bruck?s family that they know and will get closure. I couldn?t imagine losing any family member. I hope it?s over for their sake.?
    http://www.toledoblade.com/Police-Fi...her-woman.html

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    I'm hoping his girlfriend doesn't get slammed on social media because she is a victim of this as well and she seems genuinely shocked about his involvement in this horrible crime.
    I'm glad they finally got him.

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    Daniel Allan Clay of Newport will be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. at 1st District Court in Monroe, according to court records.

    http://www.freep.com/story/news/loca...rged/87526820/

    At the link there are photos of him during the arraignment.


    He's been charged with second degree murder.
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    Lawyer for suspect in Bruck killing seeks competency test

    http://www.toledoblade.com/Courts/20...competent.html

    MONROE — The lawyer for the Frenchtown Township man accused of killing Chelsea Bruck said in court today that his client is distraught and asked the court to order an evaluation to determine whether he is mentally competent.

    During a probable cause conference this afternoon First District Judge Jack Vitale granted both motions from court-appointed attorney Russell Smith and ordered Daniel Clay, 27, be sent to the Center for Forensic Psychiatry in Ann Arbor for evaluation.

    Mr. Clay was arrested July 22 and is charged with second-degree murder — without premeditation — in the slaying of Chelsea Bruck.

    Mr. Smith said his client has been distraught while in jail and has been prescribed medication.
    Boohoo for you scumbag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphaziak View Post
    Lawyer for suspect in Bruck killing seeks competency test

    http://www.toledoblade.com/Courts/20...competent.html



    Boohoo for you scumbag.
    Yeah distraught over getting caught.

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    I can't imagine being the poor woman in the shower when this all went down. I imagine that to be a life altering event for his girlfriend and her friend, to be so close to pure evil and not know it.
    Assumption is the mother of all fuck ups

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    Wow. I am so astonished to see this. This case really bothered me for ages and I never, ever thought she would get any justice. I'm so happy to see that someone has been caught.


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    http://www.toledoblade.com/Courts/20...-to-Bruck.html

    Daniel Clay accused in crimes not tied to Bruck
    Home invasion, rape charges lodged against slaying suspect

    Monroe police have charged that Mr. Clay broke into a home in the city June 9 and assaulted a woman there, according to court records. If convicted, he could face life in prison for the sexual contact and 20 years for the home invasion.

    He also is charged with second-degree murder — without premeditation — in the slaying of Chelsea Bruck, 22. The Maybee woman was last seen leaving a Halloween party in the 3500 block of Post Road in the early morning hours of Oct. 26, 2014.
    An autopsy by the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office determined Miss Bruck died of blunt-force trauma to the head with at least three identifiable injuries, though asphyxiation couldn’t be ruled out because of the degraded state of her remains, according to a report released last month.

    The report detailed that her intact body was found nude, partially skeletonized, and lying on the ground with two logs or tree limbs over top. She was identified through dental X-rays.

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    He is a real pillar of the community.

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    http://www.freep.com/story/news/loca...clay/93198642/

    Medical examiner says Chelsea Bruck beaten to death; murder charge upped-Medical examiner testifies 22-year-old Monroe County woman has multiple fractures to jaw, nose and eye sockets

    Murder suspect Daniel Clay told police investigators he accidentally killed Chelsea Bruck by choking her while having consensual sex with her in his car following a Halloween party two years ago.

    But in testimony Wednesday during a preliminary court hearing for Clay, a medical examiner revealed an autopsy showed the 22-year-old Monroe County woman was beaten to death with a blunt object, according to various news media reports.

    Based on that autopsy and other testimony, Monroe County Chief District Court Judge Jack Vitale ordered Clay, 28, of Monroe, to stand trial and the murder charge against him was upped from second-degree to open murder, both WXYZ-TV and the Monroe News reported. Under the open murder charge, a jury could consider a first-degree premeditated murder charge, which carries a mandatory life sentence, Second-degree murder is a lesser offense, allowing for the possibility of parole and a lesser prison term.

    Earlier in Wednesday's preliminary examination, Monroe County Sheriff Detective Brian Sroka testified that after Clay was arrested in July, he admitted he had killed Bruck but maintained it was an accident.

    Sroka said Clay told detectives he and Bruck were having consensual sex, and that she'd asked him to choke her, and he did with his hands for about 20-30 seconds. She stopped breathing and he tried CPR, he claimed, but he couldn't revive her. He told detectives he "freaked out," Sroka said. "He didn't call the police, so he began to drive around... for 30-45 minutes."

    Clay said he drove to some train tracks about 10 miles from the party's location, then carried the body from the vehicle into a wooded area until he became tired and hid it under some tree branches, Sroka testified. Then he moved the body farther into the woods before leaving it hidden under more tree branches, Sroka said.

    Bruck of Maybee was wearing a handmade costume of "Batman" villain Poison Ivy when she met Clay at a large outdoor Halloween party on Oct. 26, 2014, in rural Frenchtown Township. As Clay was leaving, he saw her walking on the side of the road, carrying her wig, Clay told detectives.

    "He pulled up next to her, asked if she wanted a ride. She said she did. She got in the vehicle," Sroka testified. "He stated that they drove down the road a little bit and they proceeded to have sexual relations there."

    It was DNA on part of a Halloween costume, discovered in a wooded area of Monroe County, that led investigators to connect Clay to Bruck's death, Sroka said. Clay initially fled a mobile home when deputies tried to arrest him, but he then confessed for two hours about how Bruck died and how he tried to cover it up, Sroka testified.

    An autopsy by the Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office showed Bruck died of blunt force trauma.

    Dr. Leigh Hlavaty testified Wednesday afternoon that Bruck suffered multiple fractures of her nose, eye sockets and jaw and she also had two chipped teeth, the Monroe News reported.

    Monroe News reporter Ray Kisonas tweeted from the hearing that Hlavaty discounted strangulation as the cause of death. "The act of killing someone takes several minutes," he quoted Hlavaty as testifying.

    After Bruck was reported missing, a six-month search ensued. In April 2015, John Marcon was using heavy equipment to level the ground where he intended to build a house when he discovered Bruck's unclothed remains under a heavy log and some tree branches. In September, Bruck's red shoe and green leggings were found nearby.

    Crime-scene investigators found enough DNA on the leggings to connect it to an unknown man. In July 2015, the same month Clay was charged in the separate criminal sexual conduct case, the crime lab confirmed a hit connecting Clay to the DNA sample, Sroka said.

    Also Wednesday, Bruck's friends and acquaintances she worked with at a local restaurant described what happened at the party. Several of them testified that she had been drinking before accidentally banging her head on a pole, hurting her nose.

    Jessica Pridyl, who worked with Bruck and had a child with Clay, said she remembers Clay and someone else approaching a group including her and Bruck, but that she didn't remember much if any conversation between them. Pridyl said she briefly smoked marijuana with Clay later that night, and that she last saw Bruck at about 1 or 1:30 a.m.

    In the many months since Bruck's disappearance, Pridyl said, she doesn't recall Clay saying anything about Bruck. But the day he was arrested, she received two voicemails from him while she was at work.

    Clay said he was "extremely sorry," "that he f***** up big time" and was going to be "gone for a really long time," Pridyl testified.
    Bruck homicide case timeline

    Oct. 26, 2014: Chelsea Bruck, 22, is last seen at a large Halloween party at a rural property in Frenchtown Township.

    April 24, 2015: Human remains are discovered in a heavily wooded area about 10 miles away.

    Sept. 2, 2015: Leggings discovered near site of human remains; DNA of "unknown" male analyzed.

    July 21, 2016: Detectives learn DNA database CODIS has produced a hit connecting Daniel Clay to the leggings.

    July 22, 2016: Clay is arrested at a mobile home and confesses in an interview, according to Monroe County Sheriff's Office detective.

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    More on the rape charges on a separate case. This guy is just charming.

    http://www.toledoblade.com/Courts/20...pe-charge.html

    Accused Bruck killer faces unrelated rape charge-Clay bound over to Monroe County Circuit Court

    The Frenchtown Township man charged with the murder of Chelsea Bruck was bound over to Monroe County Circuit Court today to stand trial on an unrelated rape charge.

    Following a preliminary exam, District Court Judge Jack Vitale found that probable cause existed to bind over Daniel Clay, 27, to the trial court for first-degree criminal sexual conduct and first-degree home invasion. The charges stem from an incident in Monroe June 9 in which Clay allegedly broke into a home and sexually assaulted a woman.

    Earlier this week, Clay was bound over on charges of open murder and concealing the death of an individual for the slaying of Miss Bruck, 22, of Maybee, Mich., who was last seen early in the morning of Oct. 26, 2014 at a large Halloween party in the 3500 block of Post Road.

    DNA taken from a costume Miss Bruck was wearing allegedly was a match to Clay, who was arrested in July for the murder.

    Clay is to be arraigned before Circuit Judge Daniel White on all of the charges Nov. 10.

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    Detailed article from 12/3 about the town itself and the events surrounding the incident. Didn't realize that she was from a town of 560 people?! That's ridiculously tiny. I didn't realize that the "party" they were going to was this huge event. I also didn't remember that she had been stranded without her phone, money or any way to get home, and started to walk an 8 mile walk home by herself when she got picked up by this scumbag. Her friends did her a great service there... Ugh.

    Maybee’s wounds fresh 2 years after Bruck’s slaying

    http://www.detroitnews.com/story/new...rder/94855570/

    Maybee — After more than two years, purple ribbons still hang from town utility poles, sturdy pillars draped with heartbreak.

    The strips, now faded, were there during a six-month search for a 22-year-old woman who vanished after a raucous Halloween party in 2014.

    They were there when Chelsea Bruck’s badly beaten body was found under a clump of leaves and branches last year.

    And they remained last month when the case against the man charged with killing her was moved to circuit court for trial.

    These milestones of murder are foreign to Maybee, a farm town of 560 people in Monroe County. People just aren’t killed here, said residents.


    “That was insane,” said Jo Ann Terrasi, owner of Jo’s Barber Shop. “We’re not used to it. This is a nice little town.”

    When her two 20-something daughters go out, Terrasi finds her thoughts drifting to Bruck.

    The death also preys on the mind of Lisa Milhan, who is preparing to open a cafe across the street from the barbershop.

    No matter how slow business is, Milhan won’t allow employees to work by themselves. It would make them vulnerable to someone trying to do them harm, she said.

    “We were all on our tippy toes, trying to absorb it,” she said.

    Milhan and her daughter, Marquis, recently looked at photos spread over the counter of Curbside Caf? that they planned to hang on the walls.

    Milhan said she continually pesters Marquis to call her whenever she returns home from going out. Marquis, 26, complained her mom still treats her like a little girl.

    The person authorities say is responsible for the fear coursing through the community is an unemployed, high school dropout with a long string of misdemeanors.

    Daniel Clay, 28, who is being held at the Monroe County Jail, is charged with open murder, which encompasses first-degree, second-degree and felony murder. No trial date has been set.

    He declined to comment for this story.

    As for Maybee, a welcome sign describes it as “The Best Little Town in Michigan.”

    A hulking grain elevator looms over the two-block shopping district, where telephone poles are bedecked with not just purple ribbons but American flags.

    Everyone seems connected to everyone else.

    One of Terrasi’s customers is Bruck’s father. Milhan’s husband is a farmer who has helped the Bruck family with their 160-acre farm just outside town. Many residents use the bank where Bruck’s mother was a teller.

    On Friday nights, seemingly the entire town gathers at the Little Brown Jug, whose daily special is hand-breaded walleye, lake perch and Alaska pollock.

    The customers all know each other. Bruck’s sister, Megan, used to be a waitress there.

    “It’s a tight-knit town where everyone is family,” said Matt McMahon, a customer at the Little Brown Jug. “Chelsea was everyone’s sister, everyone’s daughter.”

    The night she went missing

    In Monroe County, it was the party of the season.

    Big Mike’s Annual Halloween Bash had a stage, fireball twirling, a 40-foot bonfire and prizes for best costumes.

    Held at a farmhouse in Newport, it was more concert than party, featuring eight heavy metal bands with names such as Psychopathic Daze, Armageddon Awaits and Everything Must Die.

    The yearly get-together was always popular, but the one in October 2014 drew a bigger crowd than usual, 600 people, witnesses said. It also was unruly, with several people kicked out for fighting.

    “It was huge, a lot of new faces,” said Heather Brooks, a friend of Bruck’s who worked with her at Olga’s Kitchen in Monroe.

    Bruck arrived around 11 p.m. The youngest of five children, she was outgoing and boisterous, said friends.

    And she really wanted one of those costume prizes. She worked three weeks on her outfit, sewing leaves to a green vest. She was the Batman villainess Poison Ivy, who kills victims with a kiss.

    Clay, who attended the party, also wanted a prize, but not for best costume, he later told police. He wanted to hook up with a woman.

    He and a friend walked up to a group of people that included Bruck, said a member of the group, Jessica Pribyl. She testified during Clay’s preliminary exam on Nov. 2 that there was little if any conversation.

    “She was always sweet and caring of everyone,” Pribyl told The News.

    Bruck, who had been drinking cheap wine from a gallon-size bottle, walked into a wooden post, gashing her forehead and bridge of her nose, said witnesses.

    After hurting herself at 12:45 a.m., she wanted to go home. But the friend who had brought her had already left. Another friend, who had Bruck’s phone and wallet, also had left. She asked several people for a ride, but they demurred.

    Finally, around 3 a.m., she left the party by foot. It’s unclear where she was going. Her home was eight miles away.

    As she walked along a dirt road clutching her purple wig, a car pulled beside her. The driver, Clay, asked whether she needed a lift, he later told police. She stumbled into his car.

    Clay told police he and Bruck had rough sex and he accidentally strangled her.

    But a medical examiner testified during the preliminary exam that Bruck had been beaten to death.

    What’s more, the injuries were too severe to be inflicted by a fist, said Dr. Leigh Hlavaty, deputy chief medical examiner for Wayne County. A blunt object must have been used,

    Bruck’s nose, jaw and eye sockets were broken, said Hlavaty. Two teeth were chipped.
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    Clay told police he then drove around for 30 to 45 minutes. He dumped Bruck’s torn costume at an abandoned industrial site near Flat Rock some 15 miles from the party. He drove another six miles before dumping the body in a woods near Carleton.

    The case against Clay

    When Bruck failed to return home from the party, her family began to look for her. They were eventually joined by hundreds of volunteers who spent months searching woods, fields and waterways.

    They blanketed Monroe County with 300,000 fliers asking for information about her.

    The police also were busy, conducting 840 interviews and sifting through 1,000 tips.

    Despite the searches and fliers and interviews and tips, police were stymied. One problem: Most people at the party were too drunk or high to assist in the investigation.

    “You didn’t know who or what or why,” Marquis Milhan said. “You have a million questions.”

    Police finally caught a break earlier this year.

    In May, Clay and another man were arrested for accosting a woman in downtown Monroe, snatching her backpack full of tattoo supplies.

    A new law allowed police to collect Clay’s DNA to see if it matched anything in the Michigan State Police database. The old law limited such collection to people charged with violent felonies.

    The DNA matched material on Bruck’s black yoga pants, which had been discovered last year when police, acting on a tip, searched the Flat Rock industrial site.

    Clay subsequently told police he was involved in the death but that it was an accident.

    In July, he was charged in Bruck’s death. He also was charged with a sexual assault that had occurred in June.

    He allegedly walked into the apartment of a Monroe woman, struck her in the face, yanked her off the couch by her hair and raped her, said police.

    Kelli Richter, who had been dating Clay for a month at the time of his arrest, was stunned.

    “It’s just crazy,” she said. “You think you know someone, but you really don’t.”
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    Kudos to those fantastic friends who left her stranded. Bet they feel pretty great about all of this.



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    Real quality people there. I grew up in a Small Town that was enormous compared to 560 people and NOBODY would leave you stranded. EVER. It was against not only general code of conduct, it was just natural that you help your fellow townie. Even if you're a stranger and drunk off your ass. Especially when you're drunk off your ass, as a matter of fact.
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