December 7, 2011
Michigan Man in HIV Bioterrorism Case Released From Probation
Daniel Allen—an HIV-positive man from Michigan who became the first person in the state to be charged with bioterrorism—has completed his probation, The Detroit News reports. The charges against Allen stem from a 2009 incident in which he bit a neighbor on the lip during a fight. He pled no contest to assault with intent to do great bodily harm and was sentenced 11 months probation. Allen has now successfully completed his probation; his felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor; and the bioterrorism charge was dismissed.
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