At a news conference, Warren City Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer elaborated on the horrific crime in which a 6-year-old boy was killed in execution style.
According to Commissioner Dwyer the bodies of a six-year-old boy and a 28-year-old woman were found inside a house, located at 2199 Otis in Warren as part of an investigation related to the body of a man who was found in a burned-out car found in Detroit.
According to investigators, the heinous crime is related to the murder of the boy’s father, who was allegedly killed by gunshot wounds and later, the killers set his car on fire.
On Thursday, October 1, in the morning hours when the police went to notify the victim’s registered address of the death, they found the door of the house ajar, something that seemed suspicious and later made the terrible discovery.
Investigators say the tragedy could be related to drug reckoning.
Detectives hope that security cameras in the area have caught something and said they will release a video soon.
Authorities are searching for multiple suspects involved in the triple murder.
Meanwhile, during the press conference, Commissioner Bill Dwyer reported that they will ask federal authorities for help to get involved in the execution-style murder of a 6-year-old boy.
When asked by a reporter not to use the local authorities Dwyer, he replied that what they are looking for is the death penalty for the guilty.
Visibly shocked, Dwyer, who called the crime truly evil and unthinkable, and stated that the person or persons responsible clearly have no respect for life.
Commissioner Dwyer also reported that the agents who made the discovery and the forensic technicians will receive psychological help due to the traumatic scene they had to see.
Warren Police are calling on the community to provide any information about this crime call Crime Stoppers 1-800-SPEAKUP 1-800-773-2587.
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