Group protests ICE following deadly shooting of Detroit man by agent

20-year-old Terrance Kellom killed April 27 at Detroit home


DETROIT – The backlash continues following the deadly shooting of a Detroit man by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent.

Protestors demonstrated Friday outside the ICE office in Detroit. They want ICE agents banned from taking in multi-jurisdictional task forces.

Terrance Kellom, 20, was shot April 27 by ICE agent Mitchell Quinn. ICE has said Kellom was wanted on armed robbery and weapons charges. Quinn is on the task force.

Police say Kellom lunged with a hammer before he was shot. His father, Kevin Kellom, has disputed the police account.

Attorney David Greim was hired for the agent by a government agency. Greim said Quinn is in hiding with his family.

An investigation into the shooting continues.

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