DETROIT – Westland police have charged three people in connection with the death of a Novi teenager who was shot while riding his bicycle.
Robert Edward Bigham, 17, of Novi, was riding his bicycle around 8:55 p.m. Sunday in the area of Grand Traverse Street and Missaukee Court in Westland when he was shot and killed, police said.
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