Rappers Missing In Detroit – According to a spokeswoman for the city of Highland Park, three bodies were discovered on Thursday in the greater Detroit area. It is thought that the remains belong to three rappers who had been missing for about two weeks. LaKisha Brown, a spokesperson for the city of Highland Park, stated that the remains were discovered in Highland Park, which is located around 9 kilometers northwest of Detroit. The names of the deceased have not been established, despite the fact that the Michigan State Police are in charge of conducting the investigation into the bodies. On Thursday evening, authorities announced that victims had been discovered in a vacant apartment complex in Highland Park.
Officials with the Michigan State Police Second District stated that “as of yet we haven’t confirmed the identities of any individuals inside or a manner of death.” They also did not specify how the victims died. “Please keep in mind that everyone of the victims had a family, and that we do not have the luxury of making educated guesses about their identities and then changing our minds if we were wrong. We will provide an update (on Twitter) as soon as the information has been verified.
The state police have stated that members of their homicide task force, as well as troopers and employees from their forensic lab, were present at the complex during the inquiry. According to statements made by state police Thursday evening, forensic investigators from the state police lab were making their way into the building and started to collect evidence. “Progress is being slowed down due to the building’s very bad condition and the presence of rats in the building.”
According to the statements made by the police, Armani Kelly, 28, Dante Wicker, 31, and Montoya Givens, 31, who are all associated with each other, were scheduled to play at a club in Detroit on January 21, but the show was canceled. According to the authorities, there was no sign of any activity on their mobile phones after the morning of January 22. On January 23, the Detroit Police Department stated that a vehicle believed to be connected to at least one of the three was discovered in the city of Warren, which is located just a few miles away from Highland Park.