3 arraigned in deadly shooting of teenager at Flint Township mobile house park – MLive.com

8September 2020

FLINT TWP, MI– Three suspects have actually been arraigned in connection with the shooting death of a 19-year-old guy

at a Flint Township mobile house park. Jalen D. Haynes, 26, Ryan J. White Jr., 21, and Dequan M. Pugh, 23, all of Flint, are charged with murder and felony firearm

charges in an incident at the Villa Mobile Home Park. Officers with the Flint Township Police Department were dispatched around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept 2, to the 3100 block of Avalon Drive at the mobile house park off Torrey Road for a shooting. Police found Nathan King, of Flint Township, had actually been shot.

1 dead, 3 in custody after shooting at Flint Township mobile house park He was transferred to a regional medical facility where he was later pronounced departed. A search started by police for a getaway car along with several individuals who ‘d fled the scene after the shooting. 3 people were arrested a short time later on, authorities said.

Michigan State Police cannon fodders, deputies with the Genesee County Sheriff's Office, Metro Police Authority of Genesee County officers, and the Michigan State Police Crime Lab out of Bridgeport helped Flint Township cops with the incident.

White is charged with single counts of felony murder, attack with intent to murder, discharging a firearm from a vehicle, bring a concealed weapon, and three counts of felony gun. Pugh is charged with single counts of felony murder, assault with intent to murder, discharging a firearm from an automobile, and three counts of felony firearm.

Haynes is charged with single counts of felony murder, open murder, felon in belongings of a firearm, felon in ownership of ammo, carrying a concealed weapon, and 4 counts of felony firearm.

All 3 suspects are due back in court Thursday, Sept. 17, for a probable cause conference in front of Genesee District Judge Nathaniel C. Perry.

Anyone who might additional information about the fatal shooting is asked to contact Flint Township Police Detective Lacey Lopez at 810-600-3250 or to stay anonymous call Crime Stoppers of Flint and Genesee County at 1-800-422-JAIL (5245 ), on the P3 Tips mobile app, or online at www.crimestoppersoffint.com.

Videos, images, and audio can be submitted by means of the Crime Stoppers app or website.

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presumed burglary at Flint house Source: mlive.com

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