EASTPOINTE, MI – Jared Glenn, 34-years-old, one of the six people shot outside the Last Call Bar in Eastpointe early Saturday morning has died.
On Tuesday October 15th, 2019, Lenny Jessie Whitfield, 47-years-old, was charged with five counts of Assault with Intent to Murder, five counts of Felony Firearm, and one count of Firearm-Possession by a Felon for the shooting that took place at the Last Call Bar on October 12th. He will now face a charge of murder for the shooting death of Jared Glenn.
Jared Glenn died as a result of being shot in the head allegedly by Lenny Whitfield. Jared Alan Glenn passed away Tuesday evening surrounded by the love of his family.
A memorial fund has been established for Jared. Donations in memory of Jared will go to the Williams Syndrome Association. Williams syndrome (WS) is a genetic condition that is present at birth and can affect anyone. It is characterized by medical problems, including cardiovascular disease, developmental delays, and learning challenges. These often occur side by side with striking verbal abilities, highly social personalities and an affinity for music.
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Lenny Whitfield was arraigned in the 38th District Court and given a $5,000,000 cash / surety bond. His Probable Cause Conference is scheduled for October 30th. His Preliminary Hearing is scheduled for November 5th.
Eastpointe Police are also looking for a second person in this tragic case. They are seeking the help of the public to identify the man in the photo. Witnesses indicated that this man was Lenny Whitfield the night of the shooting at the Last Call Bar. He may go by the street name as “TEENIE”
If anyone has information concerning who this person is or his whereabouts, you are asked to please call Eastpointe detectives at (586) 445-5100, extension 1027.
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