A day before the shooting, police took the 19-year-old sophomore to the hospital because he was excessively paranoid and “not really making a lot of sense,” CMU police said this weekend.
The officer, who is a new father, was clinging to life early Thursday morning at a local hospital, where he was undergoing surgery.
Police are looking for a van or SUV that sped away from the gruesome scene Thursday night.
“You see what I got,” the man said on a video, flashing two guns. The police “aren’t coming nowhere near this shit. … Test the water, bitch.”
Violence broke out inside a church on Detroit’s west side.
Police this morning were looking for a second suspect who was seen running north on Cass Avenue.
An Australian photographer got a quick, bitter dose of Detroit and its police force.
Theodore Wafer was found guilty Thursday of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Renisha McBride.
Theodore Wafer said he was defending himself when he opened his front door and shot a 19-year-old in the face.
The 24-year-old man who shot and killed a teenager at the Cinco de Mayo Parade in Detroit last month won’t be charged because he was acting in self-defense, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office announced today.