May 24, 2024

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Macomb County man’s stalking threat leaves ex-wife, judge in fear

Detroit — A Macomb male stalked and threatened his ex-wife, vowing to fire 17 bullets into her head and present the video clip to the “f—— decide” overseeing their divorce, federal prosecutors alleged Friday.

The allegation is in-depth in a legal complaint from Shelby Township resident Vires Al-Hakiem, 42, that portrays the construction worker as a intensely armed menace who left a wife and a Macomb County decide in anxiety and prompted county sheriff’s deputies to carry out ongoing protection patrols at the judge’s home.

Vires Al-Hakiem

Al-Hakiem, who goes by the nickname “KuKu,” is billed with stalking and transmitting a menace, crimes punishable by up to five a long time in federal prison. 

Al-Hakiem was arrested Thursday and is remaining held without the need of bail pending a detention listening to Tuesday in federal court docket. He experienced a valid unexpired passport but no immigration position in the U.S.

His lawyer Artwork Weiss declined remark Friday.

Members of an FBI undertaking force started off the investigation on Sept. 24 when Al-Hakiem’s ex-spouse recounted a collection of threats involving her ex-spouse. Al-Hakiem, an Iraq native and citizen of the Netherlands, has a prison history that involves convictions for misdemeanor assault/assault and battery and felony cocaine possession.