PONTIAC, MI – The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a suspect wanted in a homicide which occurred in the City of Pontiac this week. On Sunday August 25th, 2019, Deputies were dispatched to the 700 block of Whittemore on a report of a shooting.
Upon arrival, Deputies located a man in the doorway of the residence with two gunshot wounds to the torso. The victim, identified as Bo Lee, 26-years-old, of Pontiac, was transported to McLaren Oakland Hospital by Star EMS where he was pronounced dead.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office Forensic Laboratory responded to the incident, along with Detectives, and processed the scene.
A witness reported seeing an unknown man approach Bo Lee and fire three to four gunshots with a black and silver semi-automatic handgun. The suspect then took off running in an unknown direction. During the investigation, Detectives were able to ascertain the suspect’s identity.
Lewis Terrelle McNeir, a 32-year-old resident of the City of Pontiac is being actively sought by the Sheriff’s Office for this homicide. The Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office has issued the following charges in this case:
• Count 1 – Murder – First Degree – Premeditated – Life Felony
• Count 2 – Possession of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony – 2-year Felony
• Count 3 – Weapons – Firearm – Possession by Felon – 5-year Felony
• Count 4 – Possession of a Firearm in the Commission of a Felony – 2-year Felony
McNeir has a previous charge of Unarmed Robbery from 2008.
McNeir is still at-large and is considered to be armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of McNeir should contact Crime Stoppers at (800) SPEAK-UP. There is a reward available and you will remain anonymous.
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