Medical examiner: 2 found dead in Detroit house fire suffered gunshot wounds
DETROIT An unfolding investigation of a Detroit house fire that occurred Monday has revealed that the bodies of two individuals found in fire debris actually died from gunshot wounds. They got inside the building, and in doing their search, they found two victims in the front room, Detroit fire Capt. Investigators did not initially believe the cause of the fire was suspicious in nature and that the individuals died from the fire. However, a medical examiner determined Wednesday that the two burned individuals actually died from gunshot wounds, not the fire. Detroit police are now investigating the incident as a homicide, and the cause of the fire as suspicious, officials said.
2 bodies burnt beyond recognition in Detroit house fire, officials say
DETROIT Officials are investigating a Detroit house fire that reportedly killed two people on Monday morning. The Detroit Fire Department says a house fire occurred at about 6:30 a.m. at 3791 Pingree Street. The bodies of two residents were reportedly found burnt beyond recognition on the first floor. Investigating officials say they do not have reason to believe there is any suspicious activity related to the incident. Stay with Local 4 News and ClickOnDetroit as we share updates on this developing story.
2 found dead after massive fire rips through home on Detroits west side
DETROIT Firefighters are investigating after two people were found dead in a home that was ravaged by a massive fire on Detroits west side. They got inside the building, and in doing their search, they found two victims in the front room, Detroit fire Capt. READ: Shooter returns to Detroit crime scene firing shots at officers before fleeing againOfficials said they found food and medicine inside the house. It went into the second floor, and then, of course, it ended up burning into the roof area, Fornell said. Tremendous amount of heat coming out.Investigators dont believe the second floor was occupied.