CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1992 |
Stockton developer and sports promoter Michael Blatt was released from custody Friday after dismissal of a charge that he arranged the bow and arrow murder of a former business associate. San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge Duane Martin dismissed the criminal complaint against Blatt during a brief court session in Oakland, where the case was moved because of publicity in Stockton. San Joaquin Dist. Atty.
September 1, 1989 |
Former Seattle Seahawks General Manager Michael Blatt was arrested Thursday on a murder charge for allegedly paying two men to kill--with an arrow through the chest--Blatt's former business associate. The murder of Lawrence Carnegie, originally from Van Nuys, occurred Feb. 28. Blatt, a sports agent, Stockton developer and former business partner of the victim, served as interim general manager of the National Football League's Seahawks in February.
May 14, 1990 |
Michael Blatt, once general manager of the Seattle Seahawks, went on trial for his life today, accused of hiring two former college football players to kill a one-time business partner. The partner, real estate agent Laurence J. Carnegie, was shot with a crossbow bolt near Stockton on Feb. 28, 1989, then strangled and his body dumped in rural Sonoma County. James O. Mackey and Carl C.