2 killed in Detroit house fire believed to be caused by space heaters
DETROIT – Fire crews believe space heaters were the cause of a fatal house fire Saturday morning in Detroit. According to authorities, the bodies of two men were found in a bedroom in a home on Lauder Street, near the intersection of Hubbell and Fenkell avenues. The Detroit Fire Department said several space heaters were found in the home and they believe the propane and kerosene heaters were being misused. Authorities said the fires appears to be accidental, but the investigation is ongoing. RELATED: Detroit apartment fire that injured 3 likely caused by stoves used for heat
2 shot in Detroit by unknown gunman wearing ski mask
Meanwhile, the 53-year-old is in stable condition. DETROIT – On Monday, two people were shot in the 14800 block of Hubbell Avenue in Detroit by an unknown man who was wearing all black and a ski mask. Police say the victims, a 22-year-old and 53-year-old were getting out of their vehicle when the unknown man started shooting. Anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit Police Department at 313-596-5240. Anyone with information is asked to please call Detroit Police Department’s Second Precinct at 313-596-5240, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up.
Woman in critical condition found laying in street on Detroit’s west side
DETROIT – A woman was found in the middle of the street Sunday afternoon on Detroit’s west side. Police said she was found in the intersection of Hubbell and Puritan avenues with trauma to her body. She was rushed to a hospital, where she is listed in critical condition as a Jane Doe. The investigation is ongoing. More: Detroit crime news
Video: Detroit police seek man wanted in carjacking on city’s west side
DETROIT – Police are looking for a man wanted in connection with an Oct. 27 carjacking on Detroit’s west side. Police said a black Nissan drove up to a pump and the driver entered the store. While the passenger, an 18-year-old woman, was sitting in the Nissan, an armed man approached the car and orderd the woman to get out at gunpoint. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Detroit Police Department at 313-596-2555 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak-Up. More: Detroit crime news