DETROIT (WWJ) – A woman accused in a standoff with Detroit Police will be in court Sunday. WWJ Newsradio 950’s Beth Fisher has more.
Fifty-eight-year-old Maryanne Godboldo is charged with discharging a weapon in a dwelling, felonious assault, felony firearm, resisting and obstruction of an officer.
She allegedly held police at bay in a 12-hour standoff when Child Protective Services arrived to take her 13-year-old daughter into custody at their west side home.
Minister Malik Shabazz, Judge Deborah Thomas, and community activist Ron Scott were among those called to the scene to help mediate a peaceful resolution.
Several community members are expected in court Sunday and WWJ will be reporting the story.