Teens charged with 1st degree murder in death of Uber driver in Detroit
DETROIT – Two Detroit teenagers have been charged as adults with first-degree murder after an Uber driver was found in an alley with fatal injuries from a hammer and knife attack, officials said. Prosecutors said Devin McKee, 16, and Lanyah Brady, 15, order the Uber ride with every intention of robbing the driver. He was taken to a nearby hospital, where he died from his stab injuries, officials said. The teens were charged with first-degree felony murder, carjacking and armed robbery causing serious injury. RELATED: 2 Detroit teens charged with murdering Uber driver who was attacked with hammer, knife, police sayMore: Detroit crime news
2 Detroit teens charged with murdering Uber driver who was attacked with hammer, knife, police say
DETROIT – Two Detroit teenagers have been charged with first-degree murder after an Uber driver was found in an alley with fatal injuries from a hammer and knife attack, officials said. Devin Delon McKee, 16, and Lanyah Quan Brady, 15, both of Detroit, are accused of killing Timothy Marcus Perkins, a 60-year-old Uber driver from Southfield, according to authorities. Detroit investigators recovered Perkins’ stolen car and identified McKee and Brady as suspects in the case, police said. Officials accuse McKee and Brady of calling for an Uber driver for the purpose of robbing him. When they were inside Perkins’ car, McKee robbed and carjacked him by attacking him with a hammer and stabbing him with a knife, according to authorities.
Detroit police seek missing 16-year-old boy, Devin McKee
DETROIT – Police are asking for help locating a missing 16-year-old boy from Detroit. Devin McKee was last seen Wednesday morning at about 11:30 a.m. when he left his home located near the intersection of Rutherford Street and Cambridge Avenue. Devin McKee Details Age 16 Clothing Black/gray hooded sweatshirt, black pants, black shoesAnyone who has seen Devin or knows of his whereabouts is asked to contact the Detroit Police Department at 313-596-5840 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up. All tips to Crime Stoppers are anonymous. READ: More Missing in Michigan coverage