Three people--two adults and one juvenile--are set to be formally charged today in the death of a Michigan State University student earlier this month.

19 year old Dustyn Frolka of Owosso was found partially-clothed and near death when he was discovered late February 15th near an I-69 ramp in Clinton County's Bath Township.  He died before arriving at the hospital.  Police say his body showed signs of trauma but not enough to cause his death.  They're still awaiting toxicology reports.

The suspects were taken into custody over the weekend after a search of some homes in Saline near Ann Arbor.  A vehicle was also recovered and believed to have been involved in the case.  The three, housed in the Clinton County jail, are set to be arraigned today in 65th District Court in St. Johns.

Frolka was known as an accomplished rap artist.  Friends say he had a promising career but suffered addictions with drugs and alcohol.

There has been no word yet on a motive for the attack.