Police: I-94 double homicide 'not a random shooting'

James David Dickson
The Detroit News
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Two people who were fatally shot while driving on Interstate 94 early Sunday have been identified as Raymell Campbell and Dominique Brown of Detroit. On Monday, police said their slaying was "not a random shooting."

The reason for the shooting remains under investigation, but Michigan State Police said the double homicide "appears to be the result of an ongoing feud between two subjects, and suspect leads are being investigated."  

Brown was remembered by relatives as a caring mother to her two children.

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“She was a great mother and would go above and beyond to take care of her children,” according to a GoFundMe page set up to support her children.

Campbell and Brown were riding in a Chrysler 200 sedan at 2:45 a.m. when the vehicle was struck by multiple shots, according to the Michigan State Police. The car, which was in the eastbound lanes, came to a halt on the shoulder of the interstate near Livernois Avenue.

Campbell and Brown, who were discovered in the car, were pronounced dead at the scene.

The interstate was closed during the initial investigation and reopened 10 hours later.

Police are asking anyone with information about the double shooting to contact (313) 237-2450.


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