(CBS DETROIT) – A teen has been charged in connection to a Macomb County fatal crash, according to The Detroit News.
On Monday, the 17-year-old was arraigned at 41A District Court in Sterling Heights on four charges:READ MORE: Woman Who Shot At Police Killed By Cop At Juneteenth Event
- Felony murder, punishable by life without parole
- Second-degree murder, a felony punishable by up to life in prison
- Fleeing a police officer, first degree, a 15-year felony
- Second-degree fleeing a police officer, a 10-year felony
The teen’s bond was set at $100,000 during the arraignment.READ MORE: Michigan Reports 327 New COVID-19 Cases, 35 Deaths
It’s alleged the 17-year-old teen from Detroit was speeding in a Jeep Grand Cherokee late Thursday that is believed to have been stolen from Jim Riehl’s Friendly Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep-Ram in Romeo. The Detroit News reports the Jeep was at 15 Mile and Van Dyke and sparked a three-car crash that killed a woman.
Surveillance footage shows three other suspects allegedly breaking into the Romeo dealership and leaving in four vehicles. Authorities are continuing to search for them.MORE NEWS: Police Investigating Shootings Across Detroit
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