Baby Found Alive in Detroit Home Alongside 2 Dead Police Officers

According to the local NBC station WDIV, two Detroit police officers were discovered dead on Sunday in a house in Livonia, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan, along with an undamaged infant.

Detroit Police Chief Jesse E. White described Sunday’s incident, which is being looked into by the Livonia Police Department, as “a very tragic and sad set of events.”

White stated, “That seems to be domestic.” “We currently believe it to be a murder-suicide, at least initially.” “Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, as well as the officers—whom you can see are grieving greatly—and the rest of the command team on this tragic day for our department.”

The identities of the two victims have not been made public; however, FOX 2 in Detroit claimed that the 22-year-old female cop and the 26-year-old male officer were dating.

According to Livonia Police Captain Gregory Yon, a relative had asked that police visit the residence to check on the resident’s well-being. When the police arrived, they discovered the two cops dead on the scene.

According to WDIV, the two officers were discovered dead from what appeared to be gunshot wounds. The baby, who was also discovered inside the house at the time of the incident, was unharmed and is currently in the care of a family member, according to the local media site.

Others contacted the Livonia Police Department to ask for more details on the ongoing investigation.

Since Sunday, there have been no fresh developments.

Please dial 988 to reach the 988 Suicide and Crisis Helpline, text “STRENGTH” to the Crisis Text Line at 741741, or visit if you or someone you know is thinking about taking their own life.

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