Two 18 yr olds Wanted in Flint for 1st Degree Murder

FLINT, MI – Police in Flint are looking for two suspects wanted for 1st Degree Murder who were apparently involved in a drive-by shooting.

Ra'Mond Bradley and Deondre Willis

Ra’Mond Bradley and Deondre Willis

Flint Police are looking for Ra’Mond Bradley, 18-years-old, AKA “Skipp” and Deondre Willis, 18-years-old, AKA “Bucko” on multiple felony charges. Both individuals are wanted for:

-1st Degree Murder
-Assault with Intent to Murder
-Discharging a Firearm into a Building Causing Death
-Discharging a Firearm into a Building Causing Serious Impairment
-CCW
-2 counts of Discharging a Firearm from a Vehicle
-6 counts of Felony Firearm

The two are described as:

• Deondre Willis: 6 feet tall, weighs about 190 pounds

• Ra’Mond Bradley: 5-feet 10-inches tall, weights about 170 pounds

Both subjects should be considered ARMED & DANGEROUS, do not approach!

The Flint Police Department did not provide information as to  what murder case the suspects are accused of being involved in. As close as we can tell the crimes that they are accused of committing occurred on or about October 23rd of 2019.

On December 19th, 2019, Police officers in Sandusky, Ohio, armed with body armor and rifles, raided an apartment building seeking to arrest the pair. It was believed the pair were staying at the apartment building, but police did not find either suspect.

According to the Sandusky Register, about 30 members of local law enforcement agencies, including Sandusky police, Erie County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI and Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office were involved in serving the search warrant, which occurred at about 12:30 p.m. in the 1800 block of Remington.

Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 in rewards for each leading up to the apprehension of both Bradley and Willis.

If you have any information please call 810-237-6801 or 911. To remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL (5245).

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