Man suspected of being involved in Detroit crimes arrested, facing charges


DETROIT – A man suspected of being involved in an armed robbery that took place on Jan. 28 at a gas station on the 10,000 block of the West Seven Mile in Detroit is in custody and is charged with a separate incident, so the police.

In video footage released by the police, you can see the suspect approach a 53-year-old man and pull a gun from the victim’s pocket while another person stood outside the door and watched. After taking the victim’s gun, he pulled out another gun and pointed it at the man before escaping the scene.

Original story: Man snatches a gun from man at the counter of the Detroit gas station

Detroit police issued an update on the case on Sunday.

According to police, the man at the gas station was arrested on Tuesday, February 9, while a traffic obstruction in the West McNichols and Stout area for his involvement in a separate incident that occurred on January 27 at the 18300 block of West Eight Mile Street in Detroit.


During this incident, he is said to have shot and seriously injured a 19-year-old man at a gas station.

Marcus Brown was indicted and indicted on Friday, February 12th at 2:30 pm and received a $ 100,000 bond.

The suspect has been charged with a number of assaults with the intention of murder, a number of assaults with the intention of causing less physical harm than murder, a number of guns owned by a criminal, and three numbers of guns that a criminal was .

Regarding the armed robbery of a gas station, an additional warrant package for his alleged involvement is presented to the Wayne County Attorney for review.

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Dusty Kennedy