NOVI -- A man accused of an October shooting spree that targeted motorists in southeastern Michigan is expected to face new charges in Oakland County.
The Novi District Court says Raulie Casteel is scheduled to be arraigned Friday afternoon. A court supervisor, Heather Wrubel, says Casteel will appear in court by video from jail.
The specific charges aren't immediately known, although the Novi court handles cases from Wixom and Commerce Township, two communities where shootings occurred.
Ingham County Sheriff Gene Wriggelsworth says his investigators submitted paperwork to the county prosecutor on Thursday, and hoped to have charges today or next week.
Casteel already is in jail on a $2 million bond in a shooting in Livingston County. The 43-year-old was arrested Monday at his home in Wixom and charged Wednesday.
There were two dozen shootings in four counties in October, on or near Interstate 96. One person was injured. No motive has been disclosed.