Warren Police Department held a press conference announcing its arrest of an alleged murder suspect in connection to execution-style killing of a woman, a 6-year-old child, and his father.
Nicholas Raad Bahri, 37, from West Bloomfield has been charged with 15 counts; 3 counts of homicide 1st degree, 3 counts of homicide felony murder, 3 counts of felony firearm, 3 counts of weapons firearms, 1 counts of 3rd degree arson.
Bahri was arrested Friday morning around 7 a.m. as a person-of-interest, and is now charged with killing a 6-year old boy and a woman execution-style in a Warren basement, and murdering the boys father and burning his body found in a car in Detroit. Warren Police commissioner William Dwyer said, "the execution of a 6-year-old baby is truly evil, unthinkable." Dwyer also suggest that Bahri should get capitol punishment for the homicide.
Commissioner Dwyer commends the joint detective efforts of Detroit and Warren police departments in solving this homicide investigation.
Killing is wack on all levels. My condolences goes out to the family, friends, and loved ones.