I wonder if this is a duplicate of 16 yo kid pulled over for driving wrecklessly and he never had a drivers license and the rookie oak park cop took him home to his mommy and it was his 13 yo girl friend and then fearing the cop would hurt her he took the cop’s gun and shot the cop in the head! The kids when convicted said IT IS NOT OVER TO THE COP’s family and he will get out! the state african representatives used the cop killer teen as there poster boy for being wronged for getting life without parole and they want the teen out at 21 since he did the crime as a teen. Yet did the cop do it to himself? remember the oak park cop who went to the casino and gambled away his last bit of assets and he was in debt and he stood up at the gaming table and pulled out his gun and SHOT HIMSELF in the casino in the head and died. Yet recently the oak park cops pulled over a drunk female and the cuffed her and put her in their cop car and an african thinking the cops were doing to hurt, got into the cop car and drove off with a big chase and the prisoner in cuffs in the back and he is going to save her!!! this is just like that dude who kidnapped a 13 yo girl and she escape and the cops interview him and called him a pervert and he went and got the community shotgun and went to the detroit police station and shot it up for accusing him of being a child molester but he was SAVING THE GIRL!!! the theme is close to what happened with cops arresting and then a citizen coming out of no where and killing the cop for abuse. This oak theme seems to be driving force for DIRECT COP KILLING. they are rescueing the arrested person and saving them from the cop…ALL HEAD SHOTS…
Wayne State University police officer dies after being shot Tuesday
DETROIT (WXYZ) – Wayne State University Police say Officer Collin Rose has died after being shot on Tuesday night.
Wayne State University President M. Roy Wilson released this statement:
I am saddened to report that a short time ago, Wayne State University officer Collin Rose died from the gunshot wound he suffered while working in the line of duty yesterday evening.
This is a tragedy felt by all of us — Collin and his family and friends, his fiancée, and our campus and community.
Please keep Collin and his fiancée and family in your thoughts and prayers. Collin served Wayne State with distinction, and we owe those he left behind our deepest sympathies and our strong support.
Please keep all our police officers in your thoughts as well. Collin is the first and only Wayne State officer ever to fall in the line of duty. Our officers mourn with us, but these dedicated, professional men and women continue to serve us courageously, every day. We can honor Collin’s memory best with our ongoing gratitude and support for all of our officers.
Rose, 29, was on life support at Detroit Receiving Hospital after he was shot in the head after stopping someone on a bicycle near Lincoln and Brainard around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. He died just after 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Rose’s family has issued the following statement:
“The family members of Collin Rose want to thank everyone for their outpouring of support. Collin loves working at Wayne State and has enjoyed the challenges of being a canine handler. We’re thankful his two canine partners were not harmed and appreciate the regional law enforcement response to the crime scene. We are optimistic about his recovery and ask for your prayers during this time.”
Gov. Rick Snyder released this statement
“I am deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Officer Collin Rose and my thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and coworkers during this tragic time. Officer Rose was well-respected by fellow law enforcement officers and the community for his work and his commitment to serving others. May he rest in peace knowing that Michiganders are collectively mourning his loss and that we will support his family, friends and colleagues to the best of our ability while they grieve.”
Rose was a canine officer who named his partner “Wolverine” in memory of fallen DPD Officer Patrick Hill. “Wolverine” was Hill’s code name. He died in October 2013 after being shot in the line of duty by a murder suspect in April of that year.
Rose was with the Wayne State University Police Department for five years.
“This is a tragedy of immense proportions,” said Dr. M. Roy Wilson, president of Wayne State University.
Officials say a Wayne State University police officer has not been shot in 36 years.
Original story on Hill’s death.
Rose was on duty, but off campus at the time of the shooting.
Rose reportedly stopped someone on a bicycle right before the incident. Police released a picture of a unique bicycle that the suspect was riding at the time of the shooting. Officers say that picture led them to Davis because he was identified as having been seen riding the bike.
Davis was taken into custody at Michigan and Selden and driven to the Detroit Detention Center for questioning.
According to officials, it’s is not clear exactly why Rose made the stop.
Chief James Craig says Wayne State University police made several arrests in the area where the shooting occurred last night. Those arrests were related to a recent rash of car break-ins, where items were stolen.
Police say Rose was investigating those break-ins, but it’s not clear why he stopped the bicyclist.
Rose was discovered by another police officer who responded to the scene.
The ATF is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the recovery of the gun used in the shooting, which is still missing. Anyone with information can call 888-ATF-TIPS.