Pretty badass way to go, tbh.
And the taxpayers can breathe a sigh of relief too.
A Redford homicide case has been closed following a year-long investigation after the offender was shot and killed by a Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy during an escape attempt while being transferred to jail.
Donna Kendrick-Rutherford, 65, was found dead by Redford Township police in her home on the 19800 block of Five Points on Oct. 25, 2018. Investigators found the death was a result of a home invasion or robbery but found no immediate suspects, according to police.
The county medical examiner found evidence of blunt-force trauma and that the death was a result of stabbing.
In December 2018, officials identified Martez Storey-Webb, 25, and his girlfriend, 16, as suspects in the death, according to Redford police. By then, Storey-Webb was already dead.
Storey-Webb, his girlfriend and his brother, Anthony Webb, were suspects of a home invasion in Detroit in November 2018, which resulted in the death of his brother who was shot.
Storey-Webb was also shot at the incident, both by the intended victim of the home invasion, according to officials. He and his girlfriend were arrested by police after claiming to be victims of an armed robbery.
The girlfriend was placed in juvenile detention while Storey-Webb was transported to Ascension St. John Hospital for treatment.
Storey-Webb was shot and killed while attempting to escape in an ambulance on I-94 in Detroit by the Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy who was guarding him during the transfer to jail, according to officials.