Protest held outside Detroit gas station after killing

Protesters demand action after clerk accused of killing customer


DETROIT – A protest was held Monday outside the Detroit gas station where a clerk is accused of shooting to death a customer during an argument over condoms.

More than a dozen people gathered outside the BP gas station near Fenkell Street and Myers Road on Detroit's west side.

A clerk is accused of killing 24-year-old Michael Haynes on Saturday morning.

It's unknown if the clerk will face charges.

The gas station owner said he is closing down for the next seven days in the wake of the violence and current protests.