Wayne Co. Prosecutor says cross-complaining warrants filed in Charlie LeDuff case

Published On: Mar 19 2013 12:09:54 PM EDT
Updated On: Mar 19 2013 12:56:40 PM EDT
Charlie LeDuff with Kwame Kilpatrick

WDIV, ClickOnDetroit.com

Charlie LeDuff with reporters and Kwame Kilpatrick outside court. March 11, 2013.

DETROIT -

The Wayne County Prosecutor's office announced Tuesday morning that cross-complaining warrants are being reviewed in connection involving Fox 2 reporter Charlie LeDuff during Detroit's St. Patrick's Day celebration.

A warrant request has been submitted for LeDuff with a 58-year-old security guard as the complaining witness.  There is also a warrant request that has been submitted for a 58-year-old Detroit security guard with LeDuff as the complaining witness.  No further details will be provided by this office until the review process has been completed.

Where the story began:

According to the Detroit police report, Fox 2 News reporter Charlie LeDuff was involved in an alleged fight during Detroit's Corktown St. Patrick's Day Parade.

View: Detroit police report

Witnesses say LeDuff appeared highly intoxicated and was seen urinating in in the street near Brooklyn and Michigan Avenue. LeDuff also was involved in a "large" fight.

The police report says LeDuff bit the finger of a security guard. He was cited for aggravated assault.

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