Jury Picked in I-96 Shooting Suspect Trial

In a photo provided by the Livingston County Sheriff, Raulie Wayne Casteel is shown in a booking mug, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012 in Howell, Mich. (AP Photo/Livingston County Sheriff)
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HOWELL - A jury has been picked in the trial of a man accused of terrorizing drivers on roads off I-96 in the Fall of 2012. After a day-and-a-half of jury selection, opening arguments will take place Wednesday in the trial of 44-year-old Raulie Casteel. The trial is taking place in Livingston County, although Rasteel is accused of firing shots at cars in four Michigan counties, including Ingham County. He's suspected in at least 22 shooting incidents. The state Attorney General's office is handling the prosecution of this case. Casteel has already pleaded no contest but mentally ill to charges he faced in Oakland County.

News 10 has a reporter at the trial. Watch for the latest tonight at 6pm.



 
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