Monroe County Probation Officers Uninjured after being Fired Upon

SUMMERFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI – On Monday, December 2, 2019 at approximately 10:20 AM, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the 600 block of Rose Road in Summerfield Township on reports of a subject who fired several gunshots from a residence. police marz llights

The gunshots were reported to be fired in the direction of two Monroe County Probation Officers who were attempting to make contact at the front door of the residence to conduct an investigation.

Deputies arrived to the scene within minutes of the 911 call and a perimeter was established. Within minutes of their arrival, a 22-year old man and a 27-year old woman were apprehended without incident. Information was obtained that a 27-year old man and two young children were still inside the home. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team responded due to the circumstances surrounding the incident. Information was also obtained that the 27-year old subject was in violation of his adult probation conditions.

At 12:02 PM, members of the Monroe County Special Response Team made contact with the man,  who was cooperative and complied with requests to exit the home, where he was taken into custody without incident.

The 27-year old woman was questioned and released.

The 22-year old man suspected of firing the weapon was arrested on scene. The 27-year old man was arrested for violation of probation. Both individuals were lodged at the Monroe County Jail pending further investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office-Detective Bureau.

No one involved in the incident, including the two probation officers, sustained any injuries. The weapon used in the incident was recovered from the home.

The Michigan State Police, Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Monroe Community
Ambulance service (MCA) assisted at the scene.

The names of the individuals arrested are being withheld, pending formal arraignment in the First
District Court.

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