Father of suspect in UK lawmaker's slaying is 'traumatized'
The father of a man held for the fatal stabbing of a British lawmaker during a meeting with local voters has told British media that he was shocked and “traumatized” by his son’s arrest, as police continued questioning the suspect under terrorism lawswashingtonpost.com
Authorities seize 11 guns, ‘large quantity’ of drugs from suspected cocaine dealer
TRENTON, MI – Authorities seized a “large quantity” drugs plus 11 firearms from a suspected cocaine dealer during searches earlier this week. The suspect, who police have described as a 37-year-old white male originally from Carleton, is in custody awaiting charges. On Wednesday, Aug. 12, the multi-jurisdictional Metro Narcotics Enforcement Team (MNET) executed two search warrants on the suspect in the city of Trenton. Officers seized a “large quantity” of Xanax and Adderall, some of which is suspected to contain fentanyl, plus 23 grams of cocaine and seven grams of ecstasy (or MDMA). MNET was assisted in this investigation and execution of the search warrants by the Trenton Police Department and the Downriver SWAT Team.mlive.com
Michigan man pleads guilty to federal hate crime for attacking Black teen
Lee James Mouat Jr., 44, of Newport, Michigan was charged on June 8, 2020 for assaulting an 18-year-old Black man in Monroe County. MONROE, Mich. – A Michigan man pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal hate crime for attacking a Black teenager. Lee Mouat, 43, of Newport willfully caused bodily injury to the victim because of the teen’s race, the Department of Justice says. According to the plea agreement, Mouat confronted a group of Black teenagers, including the victim, at a state park in Monroe. Mouat repeatedly used racial slurs and said that Black people had no right to use the public beach where the incident occurred.
Man arrested in crash that killed 107-year-old woman in Allen Park
ALLEN PARK, Mich. – A man has been arrested after a hit-and-run crash in Allen Park that killed a 107-year-old woman. The victim was a passenger in the other vehicle involved in the crash. Update: 19-year-old charged in crash that killed 107-year-old woman in Allen ParkPolice said the 19-year-old suspect got out of his vehicle and stopped for a moment before running away from the scene. The suspect, who police said was injured in the crash, was arrested at a Meijer store as he was purchasing bandages. Officers were able to identify the driver after someone posted a picture of him at the scene on social media.
Gun used in Boulder mass shooting was bought legally, police chief says
The weapon used in the deadly mass shooting at a Colorado supermarket was purchased legally, Boulder's police chief said Friday. Meanwhile, the district attorney said the suspect would be facing new attempted murder charges in the coming weeks. Herold also said the suspect had a 9 mm handgun on him, but the police don't believe the weapon was used in Monday's shooting. "Immediately after responding, they charged into the store, " Dougherty said. "I think the victims' families and the community are desperate to know the motive," Dougherty said.cbsnews.com
Decades after 12-year-old girl goes missing, police charge unusual suspect
Decades after 12-year-old girl goes missing, police charge unusual suspect Over 35 years after 12-year-old Jonelle Matthews went missing, her body was found and police charged an unusual suspect, who implicated himself in the investigation. Richard Schlesinger joins "CBS This Morning" with the investigation into the suspect involved on this Saturday's "48 Hours."cbsnews.com
Boulder shooting suspect denied bail in first court appearance
Boulder shooting suspect denied bail in first court appearance The suspect in the deadly supermarket rampage in Boulder, Colorado, appeared in court for the first time. Police said the suspect was wearing slain officer Eric Talley's handcuffs when he was booked in jail. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.cbsnews.com
Man charged in series of Troy home invasions
Troy police say their suspect got into four homes and robbed them recently. D’Mario Darrell Thornton, 40, was arraigned Tuesday afternoon after being arrested Sunday morning and held on a $45,000 bond. Joshua Jones from the Troy Police Department told Local 4 News officers first suspected Thornton after the first home invasion a week ago in the neighborhood near Somerset collection. Immediately detectives went to work and followed Thornton to a Troy neighborhood at Livernois and Big Beaver Saturday night. They say he went to work robbing two homes.
Bank robbery suspect fleeing police crashes on U.S. 23, closing freeway
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI – A bank robbery suspect fleeing police crashed on northbound U.S. 23, leading to the freeway being shut down Tuesday afternoon. Police responded to a reported bank robbery at the Chase Bank branch in Pittsfield Township on March 23, when they spotted the male suspect fleeing the scene and pursued him onto northbound U.S. 23, according to the Pittsfield Township Police Department. Crash closes U.S. 23 between I-94 and Washtenaw AvenueThe suspect lost control of his vehicle on the freeway and crashed, suffering serious injuries in the crash, police said. He was taken to an area hospital where he is listed in serious but stable condition, police said. Police recovered an undisclosed amount of cash that was taken during the robbery, along with several firearms the suspect had in his possession, in the crashed vehicle, police said.mlive.com
Tennessee double murder suspect surrenders after barricading himself in Detroit home
DETROIT – Police said a man wanted for a double murder in Tennessee barricaded himself in a home on Detroit’s east side and later surrendered peacefully. The incident happened in the area of McLean and Dequindre streets. Officials said authorities went after him when his phone pinged in Detroit. Police said he barricaded himself in a family member’s home. He was also wanted for a parole violation.
Ohio man charged with terrorism for threatening to burn down Port Huron elementary school
PORT HURON, Mich. – Ohio resident Dominik Hricovsky, 32, was arraigned Sunday on multiple charges including terrorism for allegedly threatening to burn down a Port Huron elementary school. On Wednesday at 8:10 a.m. St. Clair County Central Dispatch received several calls from Hricovsky making threats to burn down Cleveland Elementary School and shoot police officers. Cleveland Elementary School went into a soft lockdown until police could figure out what was happening. Dispatchers were able to connect the address the calls were made from which was an apartment in the 2700 block of Nern Street in Port Huron. Police say he was on parole through Ohio while being placed under arrest in Port Huron.
Man suspected of being involved in Detroit crimes arrested, facing charges
DETROIT – A man suspected of being involved in an armed robbery that happened Jan. 28 at a gas station in the 10000 block of West Seven Mile in Detroit is in custody and facing charges for a separate incident, police say. After taking the victim’s gun he pulled out a different weapon and pointed it at the man before fleeing the scene. Original Story: Man snatches gun from man at Detroit gas station counterOn Sunday, Detroit police shared an update in the case. AdDuring that incident he allegedly shot and critically wounded a 19-year-old man at a gas station. In terms of the gas station armed robbery an additional warrant packet for his alleged involvement will be submitted to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office for review.
Bond denied for teen charged in September murder of man walking with girlfriend near Rogers Park CTA stop, sparking ‘roller coaster of emotions’ for family
Young was arrested Thursday while at his grandmother’s house, where he was on electronic monitoring, prosecutors say, because he was previously arrested Oct. 12 for an unlawful use of a weapon case due to carrying a handgun with an extended clip. During the October arrest, he was wearing the same kind of shoes and “what appear(ed) to be the same pants” as the shooter caught on camera, but the gun he had was a different caliber than the weapon used in the shooting.chicagotribune.com
Man critically injured after being stabbed by wife in Detroit
Detroit police officers were hurt while responding to a domestic violence call, DPD said. (WDIV)DETROIT – A man was stabbed by his wife Sunday before 6:30 a.m. in the 9100 block of Montrose in Detroit, police say. The incident took place after a domestic dispute between the 44-year-old woman and 35-year-old man. Anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit at 313-237-2579. New Today: 73-year-old woman critically injured after unknown person fires shots into Detroit home
Stabbing suspect arrested after police chase on I-94 in Macomb County
MACOMB COUNTY, Mich. – A man suspected of stabbing another man was arrested after leading police on a chase on Interstate 94. The incident on Tuesday began in Clinton Township on North Avenue. Police said the man is believed to have stabbed a man multiple times. He was later spotted on 23 Mile Road in Chesterfield Township on and tried to outrun police. A video of the chase obtained by Local 4 showed the man swerving on the shoulder of I-94.
Suspect surrenders after hour standoff
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Police on Wednesday, Jan. 13, arrested a wanted suspect after an hourlong standoff on the city’s Southeast Side. The suspect was wanted for criminal-sexual conduct and weapons charges in Kentwood, police said. Police closed roads in the immediate area while the Grand Rapids police Special Response Team and crisis negotiators responded. After about an hour, the man surrendered around 10:10 a.m.Kentwood police detectives took the man into custody. Whitmer kidnap plot faces first Michigan court appearanceD.C. riots inspire six-foot fence around Michigan Capitol before possible armed protestsmlive.com
Police seek man who made his way into Waterford Township home after posing as DTE employee
Anyone with information is asked to call the Waterford Police Tip Line at 248-674-2677 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgDETROIT – Police in Waterford Township are searching for a man wanted in connection with a DTE scam. According to police, on Jan. 5 at around 3 p.m. a man approached an elderly woman at her home and identified himself as a DTE employee. The man told the woman he needed to come inside the home to shut her power off for a short period. Police say the man put $100 on the table and asked the woman if she had $50 to make it even. Anyone with information is asked to call the Waterford Police Tip Line at 248-674-2677 or email email@example.com.
Man shot in West Side police-involved shooting charged with attempted murder
Morris was shot during the incident and was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where he was in good condition. Morris will not appear before a judge in bond court later Saturday because he is a “person of interest” in another, unrelated case, Chicago police said in a statement.chicagotribune.com
Girlfriend of Nashville suspect warned police he was making bombs
Girlfriend of Nashville suspect warned police he was making bombs More than a year before the Christmas Day bombing in downtown Nashville, Anthony Warner's girlfriend warned police that he was building bombs in his RV. Jeff Pegues reports.cbsnews.com
Police search for man in Shelby Township bank robbery
SHELBY TOWNSHIP – Police are searching for a man in connection to a bank robbery in Shelby Township. Police responded to an alarm at about 1:24 p.m. on Monday at the PNC bank on Hayes Road. Police said the man then left the bank on foot after given an undetermined amount of money. The suspect was seen running south across Hall Road into Sterling Heights. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Shelby Township Police Department at 586-731-2121.
FBI confirms identity of Nashville suspect and says he died in blast
FBI confirms identity of Nashville suspect and says he died in blast Federal investigators have identified Anthony Quinn Warner as a person of interest in the Nashville bombing on Christmas Day. The FBI said Sunday that human remains found at the scene belong to Warner. Mola Lenghi reports.cbsnews.com
18-year-old suspect turns self in to Detroit police in connection with fatal double-shooting
DETROIT – An 18-year-old man turned himself in to police in connection with the fatal shooting of two sisters Friday on Detroit’s east side. Police said the man was wanted in connection with a fatal double-shooting at a home on Lantz Street, near John R. Street, just south of State Fair Avenue. READ: Family in ‘complete shock’ after fatal double-shooting, Detroit police seek 18-year-old suspectPolice have not released the suspect’s name and no official arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit Police Department at 313-596-2260 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak-Up. More: Detroit crime news
Family in ‘complete shock’ after fatal double-shooting, Detroit police seek 18-year-old suspect
DETROIT – Police are searching for an 18-year-old man in connection with the fatal shooting of two women Friday on Detroit’s east side. Police said the victims -- 21-year-old Shaniya Todd and 18-year-old Shakiya Todd -- were sisters and were killed when a fight turned into a shooting. They said they’re upset and confused, but hopeful that the information police released on the suspect could lead to an arrest. Police released a photo of a suspect wanted in connection with a Dec. 18, 2020 fatal shooting. Police said he shot and killed Shakiya Todd and her older sister, Shaniya Todd, who also is a young mother.
Detroit homeowner shoots and kills man during attempted break-in
DETROIT – A 22-year-old man was shot and killed during a home invasion in the 17600 block of Fenton in Detroit on Monday evening. According to police, the home invasion suspect was killed around 7 p.m. yesterday by a 36-year-old resident of the home after entering it without permission. Police reported that at some point during the incident the resident, a CPL holder, fired several shots at the suspect and killed him. At this point it is still uncertain whether the two knew each other. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Detroit Homicide Division at 313-596-2260.
Ferndale resident caught recording unclothed victims in restroom with hidden camera
FERNDALE, Mich. – Ferndale resident Tyler Tierney, 29, has been charged in connection with recording unclothed victims in a restroom with a hidden camera. Detectives identified and interviewed all the victims of the crimes. The investigation into Tierney’s recordings started in July of 2020. Tierney was arraigned today on five counts of surveilling an unclothed person. He was given a $20,000 personal bond and is scheduled to appear next on Nov. 23.
Police blotter: Motorcyclist eludes authorities
The motorcyclist was driving at 92 mph in a 50 mph speed zone, a deputy’s report said. The deputy gave chase and activated his emergency lights when the suspect continued to speed and turned south on Tuttle-Hill Rd. The suspect went through another stop sign and turned north on Plank Rd., where it passed three vehicles in a no- passing zone. The suspect turned south on the freeway and reached speeds of over 100 mph, the report said. However, the suspect ran a red light at the junction and turned north, with the deputy reactivating his emergency lights again.monroenews.com
Dolton mayor: Officer bodycam captured police shooting, wounding gun suspect
The suspect, believed to be 19 or 20 years old, ran from the officers and again refused repeated orders to show his hands. Rogers said the man then pulled a firearm from his waistband and was shot as he pointed it toward the officers, who both have about two years’ police experience.chicagotribune.com
Police seek man wanted for Dearborn road rage shooting
DEARBORN, Mich. – Dearborn police released images of the suspect wanted for a road rage shooting that took place around 5:40 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 18. Police say the shooting happened in the area of Warren Avenue near Chase Road. The Dearborn Police Department will aggressively investigate this incident and the person responsible will be held accountable,” said Dearborn Police Chief, Ronald Haddad. CRIME HEADLINESDearborn police released this photo of the man wanted for a road rage shooting incident. (Dearborn police)Dearborn police are encouraging anyone who recognizes the vehicle or suspect to contact authorities.
Farmington Hills man charged in connection with string of Livonia robberies
LIVONIA, Mich. – Farmington Hills resident Norman Fuchs, 45, is facing charges in connection with a string of robberies, according to the Livonia Police Department. In recent weeks a significant number of breaking and entering incidents have taken place in Livonia. During the incidents Fuchs would allegedly break into the businesses by prying open the doors or using a sledgehammer to get inside them. Livonia police say Fuchs broke into nine Livonia businesses including Cantoro Italian Market, the UPS store, IHOP restaurant, Mary’s Grill restaurant and five other businesses in the Buckingham Plaza. On Saturday, Livonia police released footage of one of the breaking and entering incidents.
Rochester Hills burglar fled scene with stolen items after being confronted by homeowner
ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. – Police are searching for a man wanted in connection to a Rochester Hills home invasion that happened on Saturday evening. Officers responded to the 3200 block of Avalon Road in Rochester Hills at around 7 p.m. yesterday after an active home invasion was reported. According to the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, the victim reported that she and her mother came home and noticed a truck parked in the driveway. The victim didn’t believe it and told the man she knew he had items belonging to her. Afterward the suspect ran to his truck, threw the stolen items in the bed of it and fled the scene.
Suspect shot in face by St. Clair County property owner during breaking and entering, police say
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI -- A 27-year-old man was shot in the face by a property owner during a breaking and entering incident in St. Clair County. As deputies were on their way to the property, a 50-year-old Port Huron man who owns the property confronted the suspect, a 27-year-old Kimball Township man. The suspect had illegally entered the property, said a St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office news release. The property owner then fired multiple rounds from a handgun at the suspect, police said. The incident remains under investigation by members of the Port Huron Major Crimes Unit, consisting of Port Huron police, Marysville police, and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officers as well as Michigan State Police.mlive.com
Property owner shoots man breaking and entering in Clyde Township, deputies say
CLYDE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – St. Clair County Sheriff deputies said a man allegedly breaking into a property was shot in the face Monday by the property owner. The incident happened at about 3:34 p.m. in the 6000 block of Lapeer Road in Clyde Township. The 50-year-old property owner from Port Huron confronted a 27-year-old Kimball Township man as he was breaking and entering. Deputies and Port Huron Major Crimes Unit later located the suspect at a hospital. The Port Huron Major Crimes Unit is still investigating the incident.
Robber who threatened store employee with box cutter wanted by Detroit police
DETROIT – The Detroit Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man wanted in connection with a robbery that happened on the city’s east side. On Sept. 10 at around 5:20 p.m. in the 14300 block of Harper in Detroit, a 49-year-old store employee witnessed an unknown man attempting to leave the location with merchandise in his pockets. During the situation the robber pulled out a box cutter which led to the employee backing off. The robber is described as a black man in the middle to late 40s, 6 feet tall and weighs 215 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call the Detroit Police Department’s 9th Precinct at 313-596-5940 or Crimes Stoppers at 1-800-Speak-Up.
Gunman dies of self-inflicted gunshot wound after 2-day stand off on Detroit’s west side
DETROIT – A barricaded situation that stretched on for more than 24 hours on Detroit’s west side ended with the gunman dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. It was an outcome police tried to avoid, which is why the standoff lasted as long as it did. Police said they wanted the suspect to come out peacefully. Officers from multiple departments, including Dearborn and Redford, worked their way inside. While it was never proven in court, police are certain he was the person behind an unsolved triple-homicide on Detroit’s east side.
Two-day standoff at Detroit home ends after gunman kills himself
DETROIT – A standoff with a gunman that started early Tuesday morning at a home on Detroit’s northwest side has ended after more than 24 hours. The gunman, who was wanted in connection with a triple homicide on Helen Street earlier this summer, has killed himself. Police officers surrounded the home for more than a day. The hostage who escaped Wednesday morning told police he was fearing for his life the entire time he was in the home with the armed man. Original reports stated the man fired at officers, but police later clarified he did not fire directly at officers -- he just fired a shot.
Detroit police seek man who set off fireworks inside gas station on city’s west side
DETROIT – Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a man who set off fireworks inside a gas station in the 19800 block of West McNichols Road. Detroit police said the man walked into the gas station at about 9:45 p.m. on Sept. 3. A surveillance video showed the man lighting a box of fireworks before running out of the building. The fireworks reportedly caused damage to the ceiling tiles inside the business. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Detroit Police Department at 313-595-7194 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-Speak Up.
Police seek faux delivery driver who stole cash from Dundee hotel
DUNDEE, Mich. Police are seeking the publics help to identify a person who stole cash from a hotel after posing as a Door Dash delivery driver on Sunday. The Dundee Police Department says just before midnight, the suspect faked a delivery at the Hampton Inn & Suites at 401 Powell Drive. The suspect reportedly returned to the lobby after the delivery to notify a clerk that a man was laying on the floor unconscious upstairs. Police say that after the clerk left to check on the situation, the suspect walked behind the desk counter and stole $275 from a cash drawer. The suspect reportedly fled the scene in a gray or silver four-door sedan.
Motive of gunman who killed his mother and sister in Dearborn Heights remains unknown
DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich. – This morning detectives continued an investigation into a double homicide that happened Saturday and has shaken Dearborn Heights. Dearborn Heights police have identified the shooter as a 43-year-old Dearborn Heights man. Both of the victims are also Dearborn Heights residents. According to Dearborn Heights Police Department, he then shot at officers as they continued giving him orders to drop the weapon. In addition to the AR-style rifle, the gunman had another rifle in his bedroom along with about 30 loaded magazines.