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Fri August 24, 2012
With no trace of bedbugs, Detroit court back in session
Yesterday, 36th District Judge Cylenthia LaToye Miller cleared her courtroom after bedbugs were reportedly seen on a man sitting in the courtroom.
Today, the Associated Press reports the court is back in session:
Court officials say a pest control company was called in to investigate and found no evidence of the presence of bedbugs. A release called it a "false alarm."
The man was accompanying a witness to a hearing before Miller. His daughter later said she knew there were bedbugs in her father's house.
Miller said Thursday the evacuation was "for everybody's well-being." Her staff was sent home after Miller was unable to move her cases to another courtroom.