Police: Home invader told Eminem he was there to kill him
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – It was much more than a home invasion. Police said the man accused of breaking into Eminem’s home wasn’t there to rob the place, he was there to kill him. Clinton Township Police said Wednesday they watched Hughes break into the home on security camera. Clinton Township Police Officer Adam Hackstock said Eminem was sleeping, and when he woke up to a man standing behind him, but he thought it was his nephew. Matters asked him, why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes, that we was going to kill him,” said Hackstock.
Man who broke into Eminem’s Clinton Township home told rapper he was there to kill him, officer says
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A man who threw a brick paver through a window to break into Eminem’s Clinton Township home told the rapper he was at the home to kill him, an officer testified in court. Eminem caught Matthew David Hughes, 27, breaking into his home on Westchester Street after 3 a.m. April 5, according to Clinton Township police. Authorities said it was a brick paver that Hughes threw at the back window of Eminem’s home to get inside. Quinn told Judge Jacob Michael Femminineo Jr. that he was able to identify Hughes as the man in the security footage. He told Hackstock that he woke up to Hughes standing over him, but thought it was his nephew.
Eminem catches intruder who broke into his Clinton Township home by smashing window with brick paver
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Rapper Eminem caught an intruder who broke into his Clinton Township home in the middle of the night by smashing through a window with a brick paver, police said. Clinton Township police said the break-in happened around 4 a.m. April 5. Matthew David Hughes, 27, threw a brick paver through the back window of Eminem’s home to get inside, officials said. Eminem was home at the time, and security was alerted when Hughes got inside, according to authorities. Clinton Township police were called to the scene after Hughes was detained by security.