GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - A federal grand jury in Grand Rapids has indicted two people in a southwestern Michigan man's disappearance.
Thirty-seven-year-old Rami Saba of Lowell and 41-year-old Raogo Ouedraogo of Philadelphia are accused of abducting and killing 66-year-old Donald Dietz. The Saranac man vanished in September 2007.
Prosecutors say the defendants tried to steal the retiree's $455,000 life savings. The grand jury indicted Saba and Ouedraogo on charges of conspiring to commit murder for hire, kidnapping and conspiring to commit kidnapping.