(WXYZ) — More than 100 of Detroit's Most Wanted fugitives have been found thanks to your tips, but there are three accused killers still at large and the U.S. Marshals are asking for your help to find them.
These fugitives have been arrested here in Michigan, outside the state and even the country. As we head into the New Year, there's a new push to find them.
"They took a life, you can't just take someone's life and walk away, it's just not right," said Julieana Baughman, Rocky's mom.
Billboards are still up across metro Detroit, as the family of Herman Walters spends their first Christmas without him.
"We know he may have ties to Georgia, to Michigan to Troy obviously, Oakland County area," said Deputy U.S. Marshal Aaron Garcia. "He kind of bounces all over the place."
34-year-old Daniel Cook is wanted for the July hit-and-run crash in Detroit that killed Walters. The U.S. Marshals believe his family is helping him hide.
Cook is 5-feet 8-inches and 160 pounds.
Tamera "Tammy" Williams
40-year-old Tamera Williams is also wanted in the brutal murder of her boyfriend whose teenage son is still left without closure.
David Carter, Jr.'s father was murdered. "He was somebody you can actually look up to – he taught me from right to wrong," said Carter's son.
David Carter went missing from his Melvindale apartment in October 2018. Police say his body was found along I-75 in Ohio.
Williams is 5-feet 5-inches tall, about 190 pounds with several notable tattoos.
Police believe she could have tried to disguise her appearance and may have even left the country.
"What Tammy did to her boyfriend at the time, David, it’s horrible, its brutal." said Deputy U.S. Marshal Aaron Garcia. "This is not a normal person doing these. She did it to somebody she loved. Who knows what she's going to do in the future to somebody else."
Lenell Kirby is wanted for the 2018 murder of his girlfriend Tyiela Autrey. Police say he also shot her niece, Kiera.
"I can’t explain to you how dangerous this guy is – we believe he is armed and dangerous, and he does not want to go back," said Deputy U.S. Marshal Aaron Garcia.
Lenell Kirby goes by “Nell." He is 5-feet 8-inches tall, about 190 pounds and believed to be on Detroit's west side.
"He went and took her life and I just want him to be caught," said Tyrisha Cunningham, a member of the victim’s family. "I want justice so that we can rest and be at peace."
As always, there's a cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of any Detroit's Most Wanted fugitives. You can call the U.S. Marshals anytime at (313) 234 5656.