Domestic Dispute believed to be Motive in Flint Triple Homicide

FLINT, MI – Jeffrey Jamelle Glover is accused of shooting to death Andre Devion Davis, 54-years-old, James Edward Fagan, 68-years-old and Sharon Kaye Davis, 77-years-old, in their home at 6911 Cranwood Lane.

After contacting the Genesee County Prosecutors Office to determine what the possible motive was behind the tragic murders, John Potbury, Deputy Chief Assistant Prosecutor stated that they believe it was a domestic dispute that sparked Jeffrey Golver to murder his grandmother, Sharon Davis, his uncle, Andre Davis and another man, James Fagan on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Two people who were inside of the house at the time of the shootings provided information to the Major Crimes Unit comprised of Flint Police Department and Michigan State Police investigators that led to the arrest of Glover.

Jeffrey Glover was taken into custody two miles from the shooting scene without incident. If convicted, he faces life in prison without parole.

Glover was on probation after he pleaded guilty in 2016 to a charge of maintaining a drug house in Genesee Circuit Court, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections.

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