Bug-infested man shuts down Detroit courtroom

“I looked, and there was a pale green horse. Its rider was named Death, and Hades accompanied him. They were given authority over a quarter of the earth, to kill with sword, famine, and plague, and by means of the beasts of the earth.” – Revelation 6:8

l to r: Bedbug, cockroach, flea

CBS Detroit reports, Aug. 23, 2012:

A court room in Detroit’s 36th District Court is closed after officials say a bug-infested man showed up for proceedings.

Judge Cylenthia Miller chose to evacuate the court and send her staff home after a bailiff spotted the man with insects crawling on him.

His daughter told the Detroit News he has a bedbug problem at his home, but a court staffer talking to WWJ Newsradio 950 said it’s not yet clear what kind of bugs were on the man — indicating that they also could have been cockroaches or fleas.

The man was reportedly there to serve as a witness in a case.

A pest control company has been called in to spray.  It was unclear when Judge Miller’s court room would reopen.


3 responses to “Bug-infested man shuts down Detroit courtroom

  1. Oh my gosh!!!! That makes my skin crawl just thinking about it. The bed-bug man ought to be forced to pay for the time and spraying of the court room. I can’t imagine someone going as a wittness with such dreadful circumstances. As a matter of fact, I cannot imagine anyone with bugs crawling on them in any circumstance.


    • I used to have witnesses testify before me who literally were stinking, with sores, scabs – bloody, all over their arms and face. Many of them were meth adicts with blackened teeth, extremely nervous and agitated people.


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