A Wisconsin man who drove past the vacation home of Michigan’s governor during a scheme to kidnap her in 2020 is returning to court to change his not-guilty plea, records show.
Brian Higgins is scheduled for a hearing Wednesday in Antrim County court in Bellaire, Michigan.
Higgins, 54, of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, is one of five men charged in northern Michigan with providing material support for an act of terrorism. It wasn’t immediately known if he has been offered a deal with a lesser charge.
Higgins' attorney declined to comment Tuesday. The attorney general's office acknowledged only that a hearing was scheduled.
A plea of guilty or no contest would be a big victory for state prosecutors. Three men in a separate but related trial were found guilty in Jackson County in Octo...