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Fired Employee Keys Car, Returns with Gun in Rochester Hills

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(Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept., Nov. 11, 2013)

INCIDENT:  03:52 hrs. Nov. 9 – City of Rochester Hills – Felonious Assault – #13-173040

SUMMARY: Deputies were dispatched to 2923 Technology Drive to investigate a Felonious Assault that had just occurred. Per the complainant, an employee that was just fired was escorted out of the business, when she “keyed” the side of complaint’s vehicle. Suspect fled the scene in a black 4-door Ford. Minutes later, suspect returned to the parking lot pointing a black handgun at the employee telling her that she should learn how to richard gage adtreat people. Suspect then drove off. Victim attempted to get the registration plate information but it was covered with a plastic bag.

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT: OCSO Dispatch was able to use the suspects name provided by the employer to get a valid vehicle description and address of the suspect. Information was put out over the radio to Troy PD. Soon after sending out the information Troy PD Officers and Madison Heights PD Officers located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop. The suspect was placed under arrest and the weapon was seized. Suspect was transported to the Rochester Hills Substation and turned over to Detectives and lodged OCJ.

SUSPECT / ARRESTEE INFORMATION: Female, 20-year-old resident of Detroit

VICTIM INFORMATION: Female, 29-year-old resident of Center Line

NOTE:  Police Reports come directly from the Police Department or agency involved and are written by the person or agency listed below the title.  We generally run these “as is” or with minimal editing for punctuation, spelling, etc. Suspects should not be presumed guilty.  hose needing more information about a case are encouraged to follow up with the reporting agency or court system for the most current information.

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