Triple homicide suspect charged

FLINT TWP. — Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton has charged a 27-year-old Flint Township man with three counts of first degree murder in the February 3 killings of three city of Flint residents, according to a press release.

Jeffrey Jamelle Glover is accused of shooting to death Andre Devion Davis, 54, James Edward Fagan, 68 and Sharon Kaye Davis, 77 in their home at 6911 Cranwood Lane in Flint. Sharon Davis was Glover’s grandmother. Andre Davis was Glover’s uncle.

Two individuals who were on scene when police arrived assisted the joint Flint Police-Michigan State Police Major Crimes Unit (MCU) with information that lead to Glover’s arrest. He was taken into custody two miles from the shooting scene without incident. Flint Township Police assisted the MCU in the investigation.

Glover is also charged with three counts of using a firearm during the commission of a felony. If convicted, he faces life in prison without parole. He was expected to be arraigned in 67th District Court on February 14. — R. Sanders

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