Man arrested in connection with fatal shooting in Huron Estates mobile home community

By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub

Posted March 1, 2022, Updated

A 30-year-old Huron Township man was arrested Sunday in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred in the Huron Estates mobile home community.

At 1:15 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27, first responders were called to the 27000 block of Bordeau in the mobile home community on a report of a shooting.

Huron Township police and fire units responded within five minutes of being dispatched.

Upon arrival, first responders located a 36-year-old woman from Huron Township who had sustained a gun shot wound.

She was transported to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. Following an autopsy, the death was ruled a homicide by the Wayne County medical examiner.

Police said the home was secured for several hours, and the immediate area was blocked off pending further investigation.

The Huron Township Police Department Detective Bureau and Evidence Technician Unit responded to conduct the death investigation.

The Michigan State Police Crime Scene Investigation Unit was also contacted to assist with the crime scene investigation.

The shooting was not a random act and local residents were never deemed to be in danger following the shooting, police said.

The suspect is currently being held in custody pending formal charges from the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office.

“Our Detective Bureau, in partnership with patrol and command staff, has conducted a methodical and thorough investigation over the past several days and have worked non-stop to ensure no available detail was missed. Every investigative tool available to us was utilized. The investigation is still ongoing and no other information will be released until a charging decision is made by the Prosecuting Attorney’s office,” said Everette Robbins, Huron Township director of public safety.

Check back with The Huron Hub for more information when it becomes available.


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