Sumpter Township quadruple homicide suspect turns himself in to police

Suspect accused in death of ex girlfriend, 3 others

Police released more details about a quadruple homicide that happened this weekend

SUMPTER TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police chief Eric Luke is detailing how a quadruple murder suspect in Sumpter Township turned himself in.

UPDATE: Sumpter Township quadruple homicide suspect charged with first-degree murder

Before turning himself in, Raymond Lee Bailey, was on the run after allegedly killing his ex girlfriend and three of her family members at a Martinsville Road home.

READ: Man accused of quadruple homicide in Sumpter Township turns himself in

“He abandoned his vehicle just outside Bay City,” Luke said.

Sumpter Township police worked closely with Bay City police, hoping to find the suspected killer. On Sunday night the suspect turned himself in.

“He walked into one of their substations, or their main office, and turned himself in,” Luke said. “He was transported back here into our custody last night and he is currently at our lodging facility.”

Official charges are expected to be filed.

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