Michael Mohamad Agemy will be in court August 3. However, he'll be facing justice in Dearborn's notorious 19th District Court, the same court that put us through a five-day trial for having a discussion with Muslims, and the same court that threw Terry Jones in jail for intending to hold a protest outside the Islamic Center of America (yes, the mosque where Agemy attempted to run down a group of street preachers). If he ends up in front of Judge Mark Somers, I'll be shocked if he doesn't walk on all charges.
Here's the story from the Dearborn Free Press.
On June 19, 2012 Agemy was arraigned on 7 counts of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (Motor Vehicle) and 1 count of Reckless Driving. Bond was set at $20,000.00, right to 10%. A preliminary examination has been set for August 3, 2012 at 9:00am at the 19th District Court.
Many details on the case are unknown at this time. The arrest does not indicate a conviction. Under U.S. law a suspect is considered innocent until proven guilty.
However, a man named Michael Mohamed Agemy (same name) was arrested in 2003 in a major suburban drug ring roundup. The DEA report dated August 14, 2003 said: "Following a long term investigation into cocaine distribution throughout the Western and Downriver suburbs of Detroit, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan Jeffrey G. Collins and Acting Special Agent in Charge Gary Oetjen of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Detroit announced an 11 count federal grand jury indictment of 22 individuals from the Detroit and Chicago areas as well as the Source of Supply in Mexico on drug trafficking charges. The investigation was conducted jointly between the DEA and Dearborn, Michigan Police Department with assistance from a number of local and federal law enforcement agencies."