By Matt Christopherson

SUMPTER TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) – A man was charged Wednesday with killing his ex-girlfriend and three more people in weekend shootings in suburban Detroit.

Raymond Bailey, 37, of Kinross was charged with four counts of first-degree murder, Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy said.

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Bailey is accused of killing ex-girlfriend Laura Tanner, 35, her sister Sarah Grupa, 38, Forrest Sampson, 28, and Neal Sampson, 30. The Sampsons were brothers and were related to women. Police were called to a home in Sumpter Township on Saturday.

Bailey was arrested a day later in Bay County and was in a hospital Wednesday. It wasn’t immediately known if he has an attorney who could comment on the case.

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“The allegations, in this case, are the quintessential example of domestic victimology,” Worthy said. “As a result, four people are now tragically deceased.

“We clearly understand the social psychology of the domestic violence victim and we strive mightily to support them. So, please, if you are a victim of domestic violence, help is available,” the prosecutor said.

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Matt Christopherson