Four people were found murdered back in 2007 at what Detroit police described as a drug house on Runyon Street. Actually, was recommended charges against the Detroit officer who allegedly fabricated a version of Sanford’s guilty plea and assured him that he could go home if he confessed to the crimes. “Finally I am able to share the good news that has been burning a hole through my soul not to tell!!!! My brother is finally coming home, thank you Jesus,” Sanford’s sister, Deshonda Davis wrote on Facebook.
Michigan State Police public information officer Shannon Benner said Wednesday, “The MSP was asked by the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office to reinvestigate this case as an independent finder of fact. We are pleased to find our efforts were of value.” No one will give back to Sanford eight years of his life.