Found Boy’s Stepmom Arraigned On Probation Violation
The stepmother of the boy who was found alive in the basement of his east-side Detroit home 11 days after he vanished pleaded not guilty Friday during an arraignment on a probation violation. Monique Dillard-Bothuell, on probation for a weapons charge from 2013, was given a $5,000 personal bond and ordered to wear a GPS tether. A hearing on the probation violation is scheduled for July 11.
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