Prosecutor drops charges in death of Detroit college officer

  • Prosecutor drops charges in death of Detroit college officer

Prosecutor drops charges in death of Detroit college officer

Davis was originally arrested for the murder of Wayne State University Police Officer Collin Rose last month. Davis, 31, of Detroit is expected to be released today from jail.

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He stepped around the cameras and began to run across Gratiot and disappeared near Harmony Park. He was charged November 25 with first-degree murder, felony firearm, murder of a police officer, felony firearm and felon in possession of a firearm.

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James says Rose's death was "a tragic loss", but she added it's "also wrong" that police arrested Davis without evidence. All of us at the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office grieve along with the Wayne State University community and the law enforcement community.

Davis' attorney, Nicole James, said she would be issuing a press release later Wednesday.

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Prosecutor drops charges in death of Detroit college officer
Prosecutor drops charges in death of Detroit college officer

Sgt. Collin Rose (above) was shot and killed on November 22, 2016. Rose was shot shortly after requesting help from other officers.

Charges against him are being dropped, which means there's a cop killer on the loose. Rose was one credit away from finishing his masters degree in police administration from Wayne State University. Worthy said officers are literally working around the clock.

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy is going to have a news conference Wednesday, the news channel reported.

Worthy did not provide further details about the dismissed case, citing the ongoing investigation.

Holt has said he wasn't aware of a weapon being recovered.

Davis has a history of being combative with police officers, court records show. In 2009, he was charged with assault/resisting/obstructing police officers with the Taylor Police Department.

A Wayne State officer arrived about 6:34 p.m. and transported Rose to Detroit Receiving Hospital, where he died, the release said.