Andrew Bray

Iron Mountain Daily News

The body of a Norway man missing since January has been found. According to ABC-10, the Marinette County Sheriff’s Deputies found the body of 78-year old Andrew Bray Friday evening in the Menominee River near the Bomber’s Golf Course.

   In early January Bray was reported missing and was considered to be suicidal. Officers found his car on January 3rd near the river. Footprints leading from Bray’s car to the river bank and onto a piece of ice were found at the scene.

   His death has been ruled a suicide, and no foul play is suspected.

NORWAY, MI--   The search continues for a Norway man reported missing Sunday.

The family of Andrew Bray, 75, say he’s in poor health.  The 5’10”, 190-pound Bray was last seen on Friday wearing a navy blue winter jacket and brown boots.  He has gray/white hair and blue eyes.

Bray’s car is described as a 2006 beige Ford Taurus with a St. Norbert parking sticker on the back window.  A Wisconsin license plate is on the front of the vehicle and a Michigan plate, registration number DNL8253, is on the back. 

IRON MOUNTAIN, MI--   A Norway man has been sentenced for stabbing a deputy at the Pine Mountain Ski Jumping Tournament last year. 

Andrew Bray, 75, was arrested in the Feburary 10 incident and charged with intent to cause great bodily harm less than murder and carrying a concealed weapon. 

Monday Bray was given 23 months to 10 years for the first count with credit for 492 days already served.  He was given 23 months to 5 years on the second count. 

The sentences will run concurrently. 

IRON MOUNTAIN, MI--   Trial has been scheduled for a Dickinson County man accused of stabbing a sheriff’s deputy in the back. 

Andrew Bray, 75, is charged with assault with intent to murder and carrying a concealed weapon.  He allegedly attacked the deputy during the Continental Cup Ski Jumping Tournament at Pine Mountain in Breitung Township in February. 

This week the defense said there wasn’t enough evidence to support the prosecution’s case, but a judge disagreed.  A five-day trial is set for January 13 in Dickinson County Circuit Court. 

Iron Mountain Daily News

BREITUNG TOWNSHIP, MI--   Authorities say they've arrested a Norway man who stabbed a sheriff's deputy in the back at a ski jump tournament.  

Dickinson County Sheriff Scott Celello says the attack happened around noon Sunday during the Continental Cup Ski Jumping Tournament at Pine Mountain in Breitung Township.