Man Who Confessed to 1991 Dearborn Murder to Appear in Court Wednesday
Kelly Michael Brady will be arraigned on charges of premeditated murder in the 1991 homicide of Gracielita Flores.
A man charged with the 1991 murder of a woman in Dearborn is expected to appear in court on Wednesday in Dearborn, according to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.
Kelly Michael Brady, 45, faces first-degree premeditated murder and felony murder charges in the July 12, 1991, homicide of Gracielita Flores at the ACCESS community center in Dearborn's south end.
Brady, now a resident of Florida, turned himself in to St. Lucie County Sheriff's deputies for the murder of Flores in mid-May. He was extradited to Michigan after St. Lucie county police contacted Dearborn police, who confirmed the report of the murder.
According to Dearborn police, Flores was cleaning the ACCESS community center on that day in 1991 when she was attacked and killed. Detectives conducted an investigation at that time, but no arrests were made and the case went cold.
Several later reviews of the case did not develop any new information.
Brady is expected to be arraigned at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the 19th District Court before Judge William Hultgren.