WARREN, Mich. (WXYZ) — Warren Police confirmed Thursday morning they shot a suspect after they say he tried to run over officers with a car.
The incident happened around 2 a.m. in the parking lot of the Knights Inn in Madison Heights.
According to Warren PD, their special ops team was surveying a 35-year-old man. They say the suspect has a long criminal history.
Suspect is in stable condition. Warren PD says it’s special ops team had been surveilling the 35-year-old, who they say had stolen a safe from a location in Auburn Hills. They say the man led them to the Knights Inn and he attempted to run over officers with a car @wxyzdetroit— Jenn Schanz (@JennSchanzWXYZ) December 10, 2020
Police say the man had just stolen some sort of safe from a location in Auburn Hills and Warren police continued to follow him.
They say the man led them to Madison Heights, where the suspect’s girlfriend and two kids were. That’s when Warren police say the man attempted to run over police with his car, and they shot him.
The suspect has been taken to Beaumont hospital in Royal Oak and listed in stable condition. Where the suspect was shot or how many times remains unclear.
7 Action News has been told Warren police are working to get a search warrant so they can look in the room where the man was staying.
The investigation is ongoing.