• Plea For Justice For Teen Shot In The Head: 24 Hour Crime Report With Angelo Henderson

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    24-HOUR MAJOR CRIME SUMMARY REPORT

    April 24, 2013 – 6:01 a.m. to April 25, 2013 – 6:00 a.m.

    NOTE: The following summaries are allegations of incidents that have been reported and are under investigation.

    Wednesday, 04/24/13 – 7:00 a.m.

    CIRCUMSTANCES:

    At Fielding and W. McNichols, the male victim, 32, was walking into a residence when the suspect approached and began firing shots.  The victim received a gunshot wound and was listed in temporary serious condition.

    WANTED:

    Suspect:  Black male; armed.

    Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call Homicide at telephone number: 313-596-2260

     

    Wednesday, 04/24/13 – 11:10 p.m.

    CIRCUMSTANCES:

    In the 13500 block of Hasse, the male victim, 30, had parked his vehicle and walked twards  residence when the suspects approached from the side of the house and demanded his property.  The suspects fled with the victim’s personal property and an undisclosed amount of U. S. currency.  The victim was not injured.

    WANTED:

    Suspect #1: Black male, 20’s, 5’-4”, small build, wearing a gray sweatshirt with a hood, dark pants, face was covered with shirt, and armed.

    Suspect #2:  Black male, 20’s, 5’-6”, dark complexion, medium build, wearing all dark clothing.

    Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call Criminal Investigations at telephone number: 313-596-1340.

     

    Thursday, 04/25/13 – 3:30 a.m.

    CIRCUMSTANCES:

    In the 6300 block of Colfax, the female victim, 93, and male victim, 55, were inside their residence when the suspect forced entry into the location.  The suspect then fled from the location.  Nothing was taken, and no one was injured.

    WANTED:

    Suspect:  Black male.

    Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call Criminal Investigation at telephone number: 313-596-5240.

     

    Thursday, 04/25/13 – 4:15 a.m.

    CIRCUMSTANCES:

    In the 10000 Schoolcraft, the male victim, 23, was at a local gas station when he was approached by the suspects who demanded his vehicle.  The suspects took the victi’s personal property and escaped in his vehicle (2000, Pontiac Grand Am). .  The victim was not injured.

    WANTED:

    Suspect #1:  Black male, teens, 5’-8”, 140 lbs, thin build, wearing an orange sweater, dark jeans and armed.

    Suspect #2:  Black male, teens, 6’-0”, 170 lbs, dark complexion, wearing a dark sweater and dark jeans.

    Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call Criminal Investigations at telephone number: 313-596-5240.

    Anyone with information on these crimes can also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK- UP (1-800-773-2587), online:  http://www.1800speakup.org or Text:  CSM and your tips to CRIMES (274637). 

    For additional information, please contact the Office of Public Information at 313-596-2200.

     

     24-HOUR MAJOR CRIME SUMMARY REPORT

    April 25, 2013 – 6:01 a.m. to April 26, 2013 – 6:00 a.m.

    NOTE: The following summaries are allegations of incidents that have been reported and are under investigation.

    Thursday, 04/25/13 – 12:05 p.m.

    CIRCUMSTANCES:

    In the 6300 block of Brace, the male victim, age 45, was driving his vehicle when a mini-van (unknown model) blocked his pathway.  The victim and suspects exited his vehicle, and a verbal altercation ensued.  The suspects physically assault the victim and escaped in his vehicle (2006, light blue, 4-door, Toyota Camry). The victim sustained minor injuries.

    WANTED:

    Unknown Suspects #1 – #5.

    Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call Criminal Investigations at telephone number: 313-596-5240.

     

    Thursday, 04/25/13 – 8:10 p.m.

    CIRCUMSTANCES:

    In the 5900 block of Lodewyck, the male victim, age 47, open the door for the suspects who entered the dwelling.  A verbal altercation ensued and the suspect(s) fired shots, striking him in the body. The suspects left the location. The victim has died.

    WANTED:

    Suspects #1 – #3: Black males; at least one was armed.

    Anyone with information on this crime is encouraged to call Homicide at telephone number: 313-596-2260.

    Anyone with information on these crimes can also call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK- UP (1-800-773-2587), online:  http://www.1800speakup.org or Text:  CSM and your tips to CRIMES (274637).

    For additional information, please contact the Office of Public Information at 313-596-2200.

     

    Shooting victim says stranger knocked on door holding a gun

    After scuffle, victim grazed in the head by bullet

    GARDEN CITY, Mich. (WXYZ) – A Garden City shooting victim is speaking out in hopes of finding the man who nearly took his life.

    Investigators aren’t sure exactly who they’re looking for, and what makes it even more difficult is the shooting victim, who stood toe to toe with the suspect, says he’s never seen him before in his life.

    “Basically I heard a knock on the door,” recalled shooting victim R.J. Tucker, “I opened the door, there was a guy on the outside of the door standing, holding a gun.”

    It’s not what R.J. Tucker expected to see when greeting a visitor, but the 21-year-old says he had to act fast and engage the armed stranger to protect himself.

    “We struggle over the gun, gunshot go off.” Said Tucker, ‘I look and realize I was hit in the head.”

    The bullet merely grazed Tucker Friday afternoon. But the incident at the Village Apartments on Warren and Venoy has residents concerned and Garden City Police piecing together several descriptions of the event.

     “Right now it appears as if someone, who was not known to the resident but may have had some sort of relationship with him, appeared at the front door and fired a shot.” Said Garden City Police Chief Bob Muery,“Striking the victim in the head.”

     “Never seen him before,” said Tucker, “Never seen him before. Never.”

     Tucker says he has no idea why someone would target him. Police are hoping to find connections, find witnesses, and hopefully find the man who fired the near-fatal shot.

    “We’re still trying to determine motive,” said Muery, “We’re trying to piece together a description of the perpetrator from the several witnesses who were there. Hopefully we’ll be able to solve this one.”

    “And the thought that my life could have been taken just that quick, that’s crazy,” said Tucker.

    Garden City Police say there were several witnesses to the event, but suspect descriptions have been too vague and too inconsistent with each other, which is why police aren’t releasing a public description.

     

    Plea for justice for teen shot in head in Detroit

    (WXYZ) - He is a student who didn’t just succeed, he helped others succeed.

    Now, 17-year-old Balaal Hollings is in the hospital recovering after being shot in the head.

    Nuballa Hollings is proud of her brother Balaal. And she should be – after their mother died 2 years ago, the 26-year-old took care of him and helped him succeed.

    He was homecoming king, student council president, senior class president, a star on the football field and in classes at Northwestern High School.

    He just got back from a tour of colleges on April 6. Nuballa says that night he went to a  party .

    Someone got into a fight at that party at a home near Manor and 6 Mile in Detroit.

    Nuballa says her brother tried to break it up and he was shot in the head.  Two weeks later – he amazingly is alive – but facing a long rehabilitation.

    So far no one has been arrested. If you know anything about this incident, please call Detroit Police. 

     

     

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