FLINT, MI — Two people have been arrested and charged the shooting death of a Flint father of two, and police continue to look for a third who has been charged with murder. Flint police are looking for Savon Oshea, 22 David Johnson Jersey of Flint, following the Aug. 11 shooting death of 26-year-old, according to a post on the Flint Police Department’s Facebook page. has been charged with first-degree murder, felon possession of a firearm and felony firearm, according to 68th District Court records. was gunned down at a Flint apartment complex. Flint police were called to the 4200 block of, off Lippincott Boulevard, between Center Road and South Dort Highway, around 1 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 11, for reports of a shooting. was taken to the hospital, where he was originally listed critical condition, but later died from his injuries. Marquell Tiggs, 20 of Flint, has been arrested connection with the shooting and is charged with first-degree murder and felony firearms, according to court records.
He was arraigned Denzel Perryman Jersey on the charges Tuesday, Sept. 1. Tiggs is held without bond. Jamarr Jacquel, 23 of Flint, was also arrested connection with ‘s killing, according to the post. is charged with lying to a police officer – violent crime investigation, according to records. was arraigned Aug. 14. and was released on bond. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of is asked to call Flint police at, or to submit anonymous tip call Crime Stoppers at 1-SPEAK-UP, or text CSM and your tip to CRIMES or online at.
PARK — jeopardy is a legal principle that prohibits the courts from trying people twice for the same crime. It’s strictly about jurisprudence, and has nothing to do with footballing. But Detroit Lions coach Caldwell believes the principle anyway, and for that reason, won’t bench Ndamukong Suh for any part of the team’s playoff opener Sunday against the Cowboys. I ‘t believe double jeopardy, ? Caldwell said. I ‘t think there’s any law the land that does believe it, and we certainly ‘t. Suh originally was suspended for the game before successfully appealing that punishment down to a $70 fine.
Suh’s defense part was based on his claim that he couldn’t feel his feet when stepping on Aaron Rodgers due to the cold. Caldwell still had the option to bench Suh himself, as he’s done with other players. Starters Joique Bell and Brandon Pettigrew missed the first quarter of the last month of the regular season for violations of team rules, while Ihedigbo missed the third quarter of the Packers game last week. But Caldwell has opted not to do the same with Suh, because he’s already being punished by the league. Suh has been the middle of a firestorm this week, but Caldwell says he’s handled the situation well and his demeanor has not changed. No different than he’s been, Caldwell said. Hard working, smart, dedicated.