Police are looking for 6-year-old Kaylah Hunter, right, and her 8-month-old brother Kristian Justice. / Detroit Police
DETROIT - A Detroit man charged with first-degree murder in the death of his wife was arraigned Wednesday after he was extradited from Georgia, where he'd been jailed since his arrest there in June.
Erin Justice, 28, remained jailed after his arraignment on charges also including felon in possession of a firearm and felony firearm in connection with Alicia Fox's homicide, a spokeswoman with the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office said in an e-mail.
Fox, whose two children remain missing, was found in an abandoned home on June 9. She had been fatally shot.
Her children - Kaylah Hunter and Kristian Justice - were 6 years old and 8 months old when they disappeared.
Detroit Police spokesman Sgt. Michael Woody told the Free Press on Tuesday evening that there are "no updates to report at this time." He said police are still asking for the public's assistance if they have any information about the case.
"We'd really like to find the kids," Woody said.
Erin Justice, who is Kristian's father, was arrested in Georgia and was held in Fulton County Jail pending extradition to Michigan. He is accused of killing his wife at their home sometime between May 25 and May 27.
Justice is also charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm and felony firearm. Online court records did not list a attorney for him in the case.
Timothy Jones, 28, is accused of aiding Justice after Fox's death.
He was charged with being an accessory after the fact, tampering with evidence and concealing the death of an individual.
Contributing: Robert Allen of the Free Press
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