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Shannon McIntyre and Nicholas Pare, both 33, killed in wrong-way collision with driver Mike Stack on South Palmer Road in Canton Township, Michigan
State Police said Wednesday they are finishing the investigation and it may be two to six week to get blood and autopsy results back from the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office. When the investigation is complete, the report will be sent to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office which will decide if charges will be filed.
Stack, 59, has been released from police custody with results of his blood alcohol level still pending. No charges have been filed at this time.
McIntyre’s family members helped set up the GoFundMe campaign to collect donations to help pay for the couple’s funerals and to assist their three kids, ages 7, 13, and 15.
Michigan State Police First Lt. Michael Shaw says they tested the driver for alcohol after he drove the wrong way on I-275 near Michigan Avenue and crashed into another car, killing the two people inside. But those test results came back as negative.
In his resignation letter, Wolverine Lake Village Councilman Michael Stack said he was stepping down immediately because of personal issues.
Stack resigned Jan. 4 from the Wolverine Lake Village Council. Wolverine Lake is in Oakland County, northwest of Detroit.
He has an April 27 probable cause conference and a May 4 preliminary examination.