2 men cleared of murder file $160M lawsuit against Inkster detectives in case
INKSTER, Mich. – Two men cleared of murder have filed a $160 million lawsuit against two Inkster police detectives and the city. Kevin Harrington and George Clark spent nearly 18 years in prison on murder charges. The men accuse the detectives of framing them for the shooting death of Michael Martin in 2002. Last year, investigators determined that one of the detectives threatened a witness in the case. Both Harrington and Clark have been cleared of the crime and said they want justice.
Police: Suspected burglars shoot at officers, chased through Wayne County
INKSTER, Mich. – A dangerous chain of events played out Sunday across several cities in Wayne County. Officers from several police departments, including Michigan State Police, are involved in the investigation. The Dodge escaped westbound on Michigan Avenue, where they were pursued by Wayne police officers. Police said Wayne officers were shot at during the pursuit, which was taken over by Michigan State Police once the suspects reached I-94. Police are looking for suspected gunmen who reportedly tried to run Inkster police officers over before a pursuit across Wayne County on Dec. 27, 2020.
Endangered missing advisory issued for 2 teens out of Inkster
INKSTER, Mich. Police are searching for a 13-year-old boy and his 15-year-old brother who are missing from their home in Inkster. An endangered missing advisory has been issued for Kamell Green, 13. He was last seen with his brother, 15-year-old Markell Green, in the 390 block of Amherst Street in Inkster. Kamell is described as a Black boy standing about 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighing about 130 pounds. If you have information about their whereabouts call 911 or the Inkster Police Department at 313-563-9850.
Man shot twice in attempted robbery in Inkster, Michigan state troopers seek culprit
INKSTER, Mich. Michigan State Police are investigating a shooting that happened during an attempted robbery Saturday night. According to authorities, it happened just before 11 p.m. in the 28000 block of Glennwood Street in Inkster, near Inkster Road and Avondale Street. Police said someone pulled a gun on a driver in an attempt to rob people in a truck. Police said the suspect fired at least two shots at the vehicle, hitting only the driver. State troopers are still looking for the culprit.
Man found fatally shot in SUV in Inkster
INKSTER, Mich. A man was killed and another was injured in an altercation in Inkster. It happened on Tuesday night off the 28000 block of Glenwood in a neighborhood near Inkster and Cherry Hill roads. READ: Inkster shooting: Man found dead in SUV on Glenwood StreetNeighbors said the sound of gunfire was masked by fireworks and many were left questioning if they heard gunshots or fireworks. Michigan State Police said the shooting happened at 1:30 a.m. A 27-year-old man was found dead in the front seat of a white Chevy Traverse, and the SUV was riddled with bullets. The man was shot but is expected to survive, the woman was not injured.
Investigation underway after 3-year-old Inkster boy stabbed to death
INKSTER, Mich. – Police say 3-year-old Zion Muhammad was found stabbed to death in his Inkster home on Lehigh Avenue on Wednesday. We find it hard to believe that a person could do this to a little boy like that,” nearby resident Rick Huckestein said. READ: Mother in police custody after 3-year-old stabbed to death in Inkster homeHis mother is accused of being the killer. Family members said they had been trying to reach Zion’s mother for days but could not contact her. I’d be like, ‘Hey little man,’” Root said.
Mother in police custody after 3-year-old stabbed to death in Inkster home
INKSTER, Mich. – Police said a 3-year-old boy has been found stabbed to death inside an Inkster home on Wednesday. After family members couldn’t reach the boy’s mother for days, they came by the house and someone with a key let them in. ORIGINAL: Police: 3-year-old found stabbed to death inside Inkster homePolice secured the scene Wednesday afternoon. Officials took the boy’s mother into custody around 6 p.m. the same day after a brief search. Family members told Local 4 she hadn’t been answering her phone for days.