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Detroit Officer Found Dead, Apparent Murder-Suicide

June 13, 2014  | 

A Detroit Police officer was among two people found dead in a Redford Township, Mich., home late Friday morning in what Redford police are classifying as a murder-suicide.

Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 9900 block of Kinloch Street at 11:39 a.m. in Redford Township for a report of a possible homicide. Responding officers found two deceased subjects.

No suspects are actively being sought, police said.

One of the deceased has been identified as 50-year-old Anna Hamilton.

Detroit Police Chief James Craig did not identify the officer, but told the Detroit Free Press she was a 16-year veteran of the department and was “well loved and liked by her co-workers.”

Tags: Officer Down, Detroit PD, Murder-Suicide


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