Andrew Singler was stabbed to death at his apartment near Michigan State University, where he was a student.
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Monday, February 25, 2013
He was killed Saturday near Michigan State University, where he was a student.
A funeral is planned for Wednesday for Andrew Singler, a 2008 Stoney Creek High School graduate who died Saturday in Lansing. Singler, a 23-year-old nutritional sciences student at Michigan State University, was stabbed by someone he knew at his apartment Saturday morning, according to police statements and news reports. On Monday afternoon, an 18-year-old Okemos teen — whom Singler knew — was charged with murder in connection with his death, according to the Lansing State Journal. Singler "died tragically and needlessly," his obituary states. He was set to graduate this spring from Michigan State and then continue to dental school. On Monday, Singler's friends and family remembered him as a good-hearted guy who will be missed. At 4:13…
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Reports say Andrew Singler was victim of a homicide.
A 23-year-old Michigan State University senior from Rochester was killed early Saturday at an apartment complex in Meridian Township, according to a report on MLive. Andrew Singler was reportedly injured at an apartment complex and transported to Sparrow Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, according to reports from a Lansing-area TV station. Meridian Township police report a suspect was arrested, and an investigation is ongoing, MLive reported. Although several media organizations are reporting that Singler was stabbed, Rochester Patch could not confirm that information Sunday morning. According to the university's website, Singler was studying nutritional sciences. Follow Patch for updates on this story.