The chief of the Detroit Police Department said a tip led them to a commercial building where they found Michigan school parents shooting suspect Ethan Crumble overnight.
“There was video of one of the fugitives entering the building,” Chief James White said Saturday morning.
Crumbles, who was found on the run after failing to appear in court on manslaughter charges, was unarmed and did not resist when officers found him, White said.
“They seemed to be hiding in the building,” the chief said. He added that he was “assisted” in gaining access to the building and as a result, charges could be laid.
CNN contacted the parents’ attorney, Shannon Smith, on Saturday morning, who previously claimed the Crumbleys had left town for their own safety and intended to surrender voluntarily. But Detroit’s chief said there was no indication Crumbles was wanted.
“This is not a sign of surrender,” White said.