Prosecutors will conduct a separate investigation into the killing of a 20-year-old Detroit man by a federal agent
Detroit’s Immigration and Customs office was the scene of a rally and protest on Friday, calling for action in the wake of the Terrence Kellom case.
A lawyer says a federal agent who fatally shot a young Detroit man acted appropriately and “by the book.”
Terrance Kellom’s death comes amid a national debate over police conduct, particularly toward black men.
Detroiters Protest Man’s Fatal Shooting By ICE Agent: ‘We’re Not Gonna Burn Down Anything…We’re Not Savages’
A loud crowd of protesters gathered in Detroit, one day after a federal agent shot and killed an alleged fugitive in a west side home.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig tried to calm residents at the scene, promising a thorough investigation.
Police said the 61-year-old man ran toward a firefighter, armed with a knife.
A Detroit police officer is in trouble with the law after allegedly shooting at a home where is wife works as a caregiver.
Investigators said it wasn’t clear what the man’s intent was, but he ignored multiple commands to drop his weapon.
According to police, David Reid responded to a domestic dispute call, where he shot and killed 40-year-old Aura Rosser after they say she confronted officers with a knife at her home.