Walker standoff ends peacefully, suspect in custody
WALKER, MI -- A seven-hour standoff in a Walker neighborhood, prompted by an armed robbery investigation, ended peacefully Friday, May 27. The standoff was in the area of Ferris Street NW and Cornelia Avenue. Police said they went to a home in the area with an arrest warrant for a violent armed robbery suspect. Walker police, in a Facebook post, said a suspect peacefully surrendered after not coming out for a lengthy period,Police blocked off streets during the standoff. More from MLive27 cats seized from Ottawa County shed in animal cruelty investigationSuspects jailed, fatal shooting at ATM caught on surveillance camerasVictim of fatal shooting at ATM remembered for devotion to family, faithmlive.com
Man shot at vehicle, barricaded himself inside home before surrender
VAN BUREN COUNTY, MI — A man is in police custody after shooting at a vehicle and retreating into a house, leading to a standoff that lasted about two hours, the Michigan State Police reports. The Michigan State Police Emergency Services Team responded to the 15000 block CR 681 in Van Buren County’s Geneva Township on the afternoon of Monday, Sept. 20. A man shot at a vehicle in the area of two other people in a yard, police said. The suspect retreated into the house and was then considered a “barricaded gunman,” police said. MSP was assisted by Van Buren County Sheriff Department deputies.mlive.com
Police in standoff with barricaded person at Barry County gas station
BARRY COUNTY, MI -- Police are in a standoff with a barricaded person at a Barry County gas station and say shots have been fired. State police said the standoff is at a Mobile gas station on East Broadway Street in the Woodland area, south of Lake Odessa. Police did not immediately release further details or say if anyone was injured. State police are assisting Barry County sheriff’s deputies at the scene. More from MLiveMasks won’t be required at Grand Rapids Public Schools this fallCapitol rioter from Michigan released on time served after pleading guilty to misdemeanormlive.com
Bail denied for man who prosecutors say fatally shot girlfriend as she sat in bed eating
While a motive was not made clear, prosecutors said West and Harper were living together as boyfriend and girlfriend, and Harper’s mother began to worry because she hadn’t heard from her all day Monday and also found out she hadn’t shown up to her job as a secretary at Jackson Park Hospital.chicagotribune.com
Police fatally shoot Michigan man after standoff, suspect fired at officers during dispute
ROYAL OAK, MI -- A 35-year-old Royal Oak man was shot by police Saturday night after a standoff that lasted several hours and involved the suspect firing at officers. According to the Associated Press, the suspect has been identified as Jason Raymond Sugg. Sugg was taken to a nearby hospital following the shooting, but eventually died from his injuries Sunday morning. Police say they were called to a house in Royal Oak around 2 p.m. Saturday for a domestic dispute involving Sugg and his father. Sugg was eventually shot by officers around 8:30 p.m. when he appeared near the front of the house and leveled his rifle at police.mlive.com
Police arrest gunman after standoff in Warren
WARREN, Mich. – Police arrested an armed man at the end of a standoff in Warren. Warren Police Department’s Special Response team responded to a home near Toepfer and Hoover roads. Police said the standoff started after an argument between a couple at about 6:30 a.m. Sunday. Police said that at some point, the man fired four shots. Police negotiated with the man and eventually took him into custody.
Warren police fatally shoot man after 9-hour standoff
WARREN, Mich. – A man was killed by police in Warren Saturday after a nine-hour standoff. According to authorities, the incident started Friday night at the Lancaster Woods Condominiums, near the intersection of 12 Mile and Hayes roads. “It’s really hard to see something like this happen really close to home," said neighbor Adrian Gigg. “A lot of people in this area tried their best to help him out in multiple ways.”Authorities said police negotiators tried talking to the man for nine hours. “With situations like this, you know Warren had to do their best job to protect the citizens and the people within this area.
Warren police kill barricaded man who threatened officers with weapon after long standoff
WARREN, Mich. – Officers killed a barricaded man Saturday morning after a nine hour standoff that started Friday night, according to Warren Police Commissioner, Bill Dwyer. Police say the shots were fired at Lancaster Woods Condominiums near Hayes and 12 Mile Road in Warren. When officers arrived they found an unstable man and the nine hour standoff started. Throughout the standoff between the man and officers negotiations failed, stated Dwyer. Dwyer said officers repeatedly told the man to put the weapon down, but he refused.
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.
Standoff in northwest Detroit continues into night, 1 hostage still remains inside home
DETROIT – A standoff in a northwest Detroit home continues into Tuesday night as one hostage still remains inside the home with the gunman. The gunman, who was wanted for question of a triple homicide on Helen Street earlier this summer, posted on Facebook earlier today. The father of the hostage still inside the home remained on scene. He fired a shot before entering the home in Detroit, police said. Original reports stated the man fired at officers, but police later clarified he did not fire directly at officers -- he just fired a shot.
Standoff with Warren police ends peacefully
A four-hour standoff between police and a gunman ended peacefully Saturday in Warren. According to authorities, it happened at a home in the area of Sherwood Avenue and Nine Mile Road. Police said they were responding to reports of shots being fired at about 9 a.m. and two people barricaded themselves inside the home until 1 p.m.Warren police said the two people were taken into custody without incident.