The man charged in the murders of three Oakland County women in 1984 waived his right to a re-sentencing hearing on Friday morning.
Michael Kvam, 52, is serving life in prison for the sexual assault and the murders of a teenager, woman and a child. He appeared in court on Friday morning after a Supreme Court decision that found juvenile offenders ordered to serve mandatory life sentences unconstitutional.
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At the age of 17, he was sentenced to life in prison for the stabbing death s of 15-year-old Wendy Lovell, her aunt, 27-year-old Joanne Bray, and Bray's 9-year-old daughter, Chastity Bray.
"Dying in here is what I deserve," Kvam said at the hearing. "There are no mitigating circumstances at all."
Barbara Lovell, Wendy's sister, told 7 Action News that she wanted him to stay in prison.
"I wish we had the death penalty but we don't. But he does not deserve to walk free," she said.
BREAKING: Michael Kvam says he is waiving his right to a re-sentencing hearing and agrees to stay in prison for the rest of his life.
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