Car Count Grows as Police Continue to Assess Damage by Five Vandals

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(Lt. William Wilson, Ferndale Police, Sept. 9, 205)

Many are calling for the status of our investigation of MDOP to autos that occurred Sunday morning. Once the investigations are completed, the cases will be presented to prosecutors for review and determination of what warrants to seek. When we have information as to charges and when arraignments will be held, I will put out the information.

This Sunday morning (09/06/15), Ferndale police responded the the Northeast section of the city on ChamberAd_showcasereport of cars being damaged by people driving by shooting out car windows with BB / Pellet guns. Ferndale officers stopped a vehicle and arrested five young men armed with pellet / BB guns and spray paint. Numerous complaints were received from Ferndale, Hazel Park, Madison Heights, Royal Oak, and Warren. Numbers of victims are still being tallied, but the number of cars attacked will likely be between 50 and 75.

Three 18 year olds and two 17 year olds from Eastpointe, Warren, and Detroit have been arrested.


The following subjects have been arraigned on the 10 year felony charge of Malicious Destruction of Personal Property valued at $20,000+ for damaging 46 vehicles listed in the complaint and warrant.  This includes vehicles damaged in Ferndale, Royal Oak, Madison Heights, and Hazel Park. 91 vehicles were damaged in these four cities.

  1. Bailey, Antonio Lamar, 18 yrs, Warren resident
  2. Gulley, Aubrey Anton, 18 yrs, Eastpointe resident
  3. Davis, Jalin Martez, 18 yrs, Detroit resident
  4. Allen, Demontae Rashawn, 17 yrs, Warren resident
  5. Sanders, Donovan Danddre, 17 yrs, Warren resident

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