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TROY, MI – On Tuesday November 3rd, 2020, at 4:45 PM. Troy Police Officers responded to reports of a verbal altercation at the Somerset Collection South, located at 2801 West Big Beaver Road, where a handgun had been implied.

Upon arrival the officers located the three male suspects exiting the Neiman Marcus store. Officers made contact with the suspects and started to inquire about the altercation.

When officers requested to conduct a search for weapons on one of the suspects, the man fled from officers on foot. The suspect ran down the escalators at which point he lost his footing and fell to the floor. As the subject fell, officers observed a handgun fall from the subject’s waistband. Officers secured the weapon and continued pursuit of the suspect on foot.

He was taken into custody by officers in the westbound lanes of Big Beaver and transported to the Troy Police Lock-up Facility. The handgun recovered from the suspect was found to be reported stolen out of Jackson in 2018.

During the booking process, officers located nine credit cards not belonging to the suspect and believed to be stolen.

Camron Demon Trimble, 25 years old, of Detroit, was charged with Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Possession of a Firearm by a Felon and Stealing/Retaining a Financial Transaction Device Without Permission.

Trimble was arraigned at 52-4 District Court on November 5th with bond set at $100,000 cash or surety. Trimble was arrested in March 2020 for charges related to allegedly shooting at a girlfriend and another man in Warren.

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