Fatal Shooting Incident at Michigan Police Station
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A 33-year-old man is dead after he walked into the lobby of a police station in Michigan and attempted to fire a gun, authorities said.
Dearborn Police Department officials said the suspect, Ali Naji, walked in through the front entrance of the station in Dearborn — just a few miles outside of Detroit — at about 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. Then, he pulled out a concealed handgun and pointed it at an officer standing behind the desk, about 5 feet away.
“The individual attempted to fire the gun at the officer, prompting the officer to discharge multiple rounds that struck the individual,” Dearborn Police Chief Issa Shahin said.
Naji was transported to a hospital, where he later died from his injuries. No officers were harmed during the incident, police said.
The Dearborn Police Department lobby was closed after the fatal shooting, but reopened to the public on Monday afternoon.
A motive for the incident was not immediately clear. Michigan State Police (MSP) are now investigating the shooting.
On Monday, the MSP noted that the 9mm gun used by Naji was stolen about an hour before the incident.
Source: Fox 2
6 comments on Fatal Shooting Incident at Michigan Police Station
Suicide by cop!
Sounds like he wanted the police to shoot him dead before Christmas, probably no family background. Sad, did his gun have any bullets in it???
Justice served and the need lies at the feet of the voters who put the lib trash in office.
His name does not sound like he is black, so the officers should be in the clear.
Ali Naji! Hmm, sounds like one of those white nationalists the Creepy Joe administration keeps warning us about.
With a name like Ali Naji, I’m sure that MSM will totally ignore this incident. It’s totally worthless if it can’t fit into their leftist agenda. But hey, I’m sure that it’ll be repackaged and sold to the gun grabber division.
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