A man has been charged with attempted murder after his wife was shot in the back when she arrived for work at FedEx in suburban Detroit.
The shooting led to a middle-of-the-night police chase on Interstate 96 on Nov. 26.
Robert Easley-Calloway has been charged with attempted murder, criminal sexual conduct, kidnapping and other crimes. In a statement Monday, Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy says the case is another example of the “massive problem” of domestic violence.
Easley-Calloway appeared in a Livonia court Friday and remains lodged in jail. No attorney was listed in online court records.
The 26-year-old Detroit man was shot by police during the chase.