(WXYZ) - Wayne County Prosecutor Kym L. Worthy has charged Michael Booker, 41, and Robert Windsor, 34, with crimes connected to the murder of Wayne State University law student Tiane Brown.
The two are not charged with Tiane's murder.
Booker is charged with Tampering with Evidence, Larceny from a Motor Vehicle, Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property under $1000, Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle under $1000 and two counts of Assault and Battery
Windsor is charged with Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property under $1000.
Tiane Brown's body was found in a field in Detroit near the old Packard Plant, east of East Grand Blvd and Frontenac. An SUV with the personalized license Michigan plate TIANE was also found at the scene.
Brown was last seen at the WSU campus Monday night. Her family reported her missing early Tuesday morning after she didn't come pick up her children from a relative's home.
Brown had a masters in bio-medical engineering, an MBA, and was working on a law degree.
Tiane Brown's mom says her daughter was a mother of three with big dreams of bringing others justice as a lawyer. Her children are ages 14, 8, and one and a half.
Wayne State University and Detroit Police both continue to investigate the murder.
Funeral services for Tiane A. Brown will be held Saturday, November 9 at Oasis of Hope Christian Church, located at 933 W. 7 Mile Rd. Detroit, MI 48203. Family hour will be at 10 a.m. and services will begin at 11 a.m.
The viewing will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, November 8 at James H. Cole Funeral Home at the 16100 Schaefer location in Detroit.