Huron Township Man charged after Barricading himself in Basement of Home

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NEW BOSTON, MI – On Friday April 6th, 2018 at 2:24p.m., The Huron Township Police Department responded to the 36000 block of Willow Road for call of Domestic Violence involving a knife. When officers arrived at the scene, they were advised that the suspect, Philip Fabinski, had threatened a relative at the residence with a knife. The subject then barricaded himself in the basement of the home.Philip Fabinski

Huron Township Officers established a perimeter around the residence and began to communicate with the suspect. After approximately an hour and a half, the suspect surrendered and was taken into custody without incident.

The investigation was turned over to the Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney for review. Philip Fabinski was charged with the following:

Count #1: Assault with a dangerous weapon (Felonious Assault); 4-year felony
Count #2: Domestic Assault; 93-day misdemeanor;
Count #3: Second Offense notice

“This is a situation that had the potential to turn our quite differently. I commend our officers for their patience and professionalism. We were fortunate that no one was injured in this incident.”
-Director Everette Robbins

The suspect is being held in the Wayne County Jail on a $20,000/ 10% bond

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