Arraignment Expected in Homeless Man's Slaying

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FLINT, Mich. (AP) -- A 20-year-old Flint man is expected in court this weekend in the torturing and slaying of a 57-year-old homeless man.

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton tells The Flint Journal that a Sunday arraignment is scheduled. The suspect's name was not released.

State police say they are seeking more suspects in Gary Nagy's murder.

Nagy's body was found late Tuesday morning by a bus driver who was practicing outside a shuttered middle school. A police report shows Nagy suffered head trauma.

The newspaper reports that Nagy was a founder and resident of Tent City, a homeless encampment in a wooded area on the site of a former General Motors parking lot in Burton, near Flint.

The encampment was cleared out by police in 2011 after about a decade of use.

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