Jordan Rogers, right, and Michael Addo, left were identified by police Tuesday as the two victims who were killed in Monday's shootings in East Lansing and Frandor.
Lansing, Mich. (WILX) The man believed to have shot and killed two people in Lansing and East Lansing Monday is expected to face a judge Wednesday afternoon.
Ingham County Prosecutor Stuart Dunnings III held a press conference today, stating that the man will be charged with both crimes in the East Lansing court. Dunnings said the man will be charged with two counts of open murder, as well as five firearms-related charges.
Dunnings did say the man used a gun that was registered to him.
35-year old Michael Addo was working as a pharmacist at the Rite-Aid in the Frandor area Monday at about 11 o'clock in the morning, when he was shot. Approximately 15 minutes later, police were called to a home in 1800 block of Coolidge Road in East Lansing, where 27-year-old Jordan Rogers was shot. Police believe both men were shot by the same man.
News 10 will be in the East Lansing Courtroom for today's arraignment. Stay with wilx.com and watch News 10 tonight for the latest of our continuing coverage.