Port Huron Township, MI — A suspect in a 2019 homicide in Fort Gratiot Township has been arraigned.
According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, 23 year old Josiah David Lopiccolo was
arraigned Sunday in 72nd District Court. He is charged with open murder, tampering with evidence and felony firearm.
On February 10th, 2019, 28 year old Kevin Anderson Junior of Port Huron was found lying along the road in the 4000 block of Keewahdin. The call had originally been for a hit and run pedestrian crash. When deputies arrived, they discovered Anderson had been shot to death.
For the next 15 plus months, detectives from the Sheriff’s Office have been investigating evidence and following leads, which has led to the arrest of Lopiccolo. “I am proud of our Detective Bureau,” said Sheriff Donnellon. They continued to put the work in which has resulted in bringing a suspect to justice.”
Lopiccolo is being held without bond at the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center. His
next court date is a probable cause hearing scheduled for June 9th in 72nd District Court before Judge John Monaghan.