Flint’s Homicide Record May Rise By One
Flint’s homicide rate may rise by one more after police find a man shot in his van on the south side reports ABC12:
This is in reference to the kidnapping and shooting death that started in Genesee Township early in the morning of November 24. It ended some eight miles away in Flint with 26-year-old Deonta Perry shot in his van, outside a gas station on the city’s south side.
Township investigators believe Perry was shot in Flint.
Flint Police Chief Alvern Lock said that homicide wouldn’t be added to the city’s count because the series of crimes originated in Genesee Township.
Perry’s death would have tied the city with its all-time high of 61 homicides set back in 1986. Flint broke that record this week when the city’s 62nd homicide was reported.
via – abc12.com.