Rochester Hills Man Arrested After Shooting at Lost Student


Rochester Hills Man Arrested After Shooting at Lost Student

(Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept, April 13, 2018)

Rochester Hills, MI-  INCIDENT:  08:20 hrs. April 12, 2018 – City of Rochester Hills – Shots Fired/Assault – #18-67727

SUMMARY:  Deputies responded to the 2200 block of  S. Christian Hills Dr. on the report of a subject who was trying to break into the house.  The caller reported that a black male was trying to break into her house and her husband chased after him into the yard.  Upon Deputies arrival, it was determined that the husband chased after the male with a 12 gauge shotgun and fired a round toward the fleeing male.  No injuries were reported.

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT: The male subject was located down the street and stated that he missed his bus to Rochester High School and was walking to school when he got lost in the Christian Hills subdivision. He knocked on the door to ask for directions. All subjects were transported back to the substation and interviewed by Detectives.

The male homeowner was transported and lodged at the Oakland County Jail, pending issuance of criminal charges.

ARRESTEE INFORMATION: 53 year old male, resident of Rochester Hills.

VICTIM INFORMATION:  14 year old male, resident of Rochester Hills.

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