Quickie Convenience Store Murder Suspect turns himself In

LANSING, MI – Eaton County Sheriff Tom Reich is pleased to announce that murder suspect Nathaniel Bowers turned himself in to the Michigan State Police Multi-Jurisdictional Fugitive Apprehension Team in Detroit.

Eaton County Sheriff’s Office Detectives, Lansing Police and Capitol Area Violent Crime Initiative had been working with this team since the night of July 11th in an effort to locate Bowers. Sheriff’s Detectives are transporting him to the Eaton County Jail to be held for arraignment on the charges issued by the Eaton County Prosecutor’s Office.

Sheriff Reich stated, “We extend our deep appreciation to all of these outstanding agencies that joined in the search for the suspect who is now in custody”.

On Tuesday July 11th, 2017, at 4:32 p.m., Eaton County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a report of a shooting which occurred in the parking lot of the Quickie Convenience store at 4820 S. Waverly Road in Delta Township.

Upon arrival Deputies observed a 22-year-old male victim, Trevon McDuffy of Lansing, lying in the parking lot with multiple gunshot wounds. Delta Township Fire Emergency Medical Services responded to provide emergency medical treatment but Trevon died from his wounds on scene.

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