(CBS DETROIT) – A man from Wixom has been charged in connection to the fatal shooting of a Detroit woman in her driveway after returning home from dropping her kids off at school.
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Jarren Cox, 19, was charged in connection to the homicide of Andrea Tucker, for allegedly fatally shooting Tucker when she arrived at her in the 16940 block of Carlisle in Detroit, on Wednesday, Nov. 17.
Cox is the son of the defendant, David Hammond, who was a person of interest in this case. Earlier this month, Hammond was ordered to stand trial for arson, felonious assault, domestic violence, and home invasion. Tucker was the victim in those cases.READ MORE: MSU Police Find Body That Is Believed To Be Brendan Santo In Red Cedar River
He was arrested on Nov. 22 and has been charged with first-degree murder, felony firearm, and witness intimidation.
His Probable Cause Hearing is on December 3, 2021, and the Preliminary Examination is on December 10, 2021, both before Judge Kenneth King.MORE NEWS: Michigan Prisons Follows CDC, Allows COVID-Positive Staff To Work After 5 Days With Mild Symptoms
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