Man mistakes wife for intruder, fatally shoots her, police say
An Ypsilanti Township man shot and killed a person he thought was an intruder inside his home before realizing it was his wife, police said.
Authorities said the man was asleep at 1:30 a.m. Thursday when he heard someone inside his house on Desoto Avenue near Tyler and Ecrose roads.
The man told investigators he thought someone other than his wife and two children was inside their home.
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