A prominent Detroit pastor says the indictment of former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is another chapter in a "sad saga" that has gone on too long.
Kilpatrick was charged Wednesday with fraud and tax crimes. Federal prosecutors accuse him of enriching himself and others by milking $640,000 from a tax-exempt charity that he created as a way to enhance Detroit and improve the city's image.
The indictment says Kilpatrick used the funds to pay for yoga, golf, camp for his kids, travel, a video about his family, cars, political polling and much more. Defense lawyer James Thomas says he'll fight the charges.