ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020
DETROIT – Many people are mourning a well-known Bloomfield Township hairstylist after he was found dead at a Detroit motel Tuesday night. Bashar Kallabat, 56, was a beloved hairdresser who was nationally known for his work. He was killed Tuesday night inside a room at JZ Motel and Suites on Eight Mile Road near Gratiot Avenue. Police said he was beaten.
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A popular hairstylist from Bloomfield Township was killed Tuesday night inside a motel in Detroit, according to authorities. Detroit police Chief James Craig said Bashar Kallabat, 56, may have met the man accused of killing him on a dating app. That hasn’t been confirmed.
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