Michigan Investigates Freezing Death of 93-Year-Old

The Michigan Attorney General's Office is reviewing the case of a 93-year-old man who died of hypothermia after a municipal power company restricted his electricity use. Neighbors on Tuesday said they were outraged that the city power company had apparently restricted Marvin Schur's power use because of unpaid bills. Schur's body was found on the floor next to the bed inside his Bay City home Jan. 17, a few days after a limiter was installed to control his power use. "I am just livid over...Full Story
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