Detroit police are searching for two masked gunmen who killed one person and injured another on the city’s east side.
The second of two men convicted in the fatal shooting of an anti-crime advocate and Detroit nightclub bouncer has been sentenced.
Detroit police are searching for the suspect who was caught on a surveillance camera unloading an AK-47 into another vehicle, killing the man inside.
Investigators don’t know what sparked the shooting, but officers have found suspects who they believe were involved.
Authorities say the former U.S. Army Ranger was shot multiple times after telling a man to leave the bar.
Authorities say they have more questions than answers after a 55-year-old man was shot to death on Detroit’s east side.
The women haven’t yet been identified, but police said they did not live in the home where their bodies were found.
Upon arriving at the scene, deputies found the victim of the shooting — a 31-year-old man — lying in the snow in front of the home who was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say Friday that surveillance video show the men near the Grove Street garage on Feb. 5.
A year has passed and authorities in Oakland County are still searching for the gunman who killed a 63-year-old gas station clerk.