The man accused of making the straw purchase of the gun used to kill Detroit police Officer Loren Courts, appeared before a judge, where federal prosecutors made some damaging new claims.
A 26-year-old man was charged Sunday for illegally purchasing a firearm for another man who is accused of using that gun to shoot and kill a Detroit police officer.
The man charged with making the straw purchase of the gun that killed Detroit police Officer Loren Courts will stay in jail, officials say.
Detroit City Councilmember Scott Benson organized a demonstration Tuesday outside Action Impact Firearms in Eastpointe. It's the shop where Sheldon Thomas purchased a Draco for Ehmani Davis.