Three men are wanted for a series of carjackings and break-ins, terrorizing their victims, then destroying their property and the evidence. Now, they're some of Detroit's most wanted.
The first carjacking happened in May before the three men then committed a series of break-ins.
"When you have behavior that continues like this and people that have a complete disregard for the entire community and the people who are living in the community, this is what’s gonna happen," U.S. Marshals Deputy Rob Watson said.
The three men were caught in the act. Then, the second carjacking on Detroit's west side.
"Kordall Sparks, he is the one that had the firearm and stuck it in the face of a young woman and there is no more cowardly thing you can do than that," Watson said.
Police believe 20-year-old Sparks is the most violent of the group. The enforcer, they say, now a fugitive, armed and dangerous.
One of the other suspects is 18-year-old Kenyotta Fairley, but they still need help figuring out who the third man is.
Sparks is 5-feet-11, 160 pounds and believed to be on Detroit's west side. Police say he could be in the area of Orange Lawn and Wyoming, and he goes by the street name of Fat Daddy.
Fairley is 6-foot-2, 182 pounds and the third suspect has not yet been identified.
As always, there's a cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of any fugitive featured on Detroit's Most Wanted. You can call the U.S. Marshals any time at 313-234-5656.