Murder suspect turns himself in to police

George Hunter
The Detroit News
Reinaldo Richard Jamison

A 24-year-old Warren man who allegedly shot a man during a dispute over a vehicle has been charged with multiple crimes, including murder.

Reinaldo Richard Jamison was arrested Thursday night after police released his photo to the media in connection with a fatal shooting Tuesday in the 23500 block of Joseph Street in the Glenwood Village trailer park.

"The call initially came in as 'shots fired, subject down,'" Warren Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said. "This all occurred over a dispute over a vehicle."

The victim, 33-year-old Andrew Fort, was shot several times, Dwyer said. "He had wounds to his head and chest," he said.

After police released Jamison's photo to the media, his attorney called police, Dwyer said.

"(Jamison) turned himself in at about 11 p.m. (Thursday) night after we negotiated with his attorney," Dwyer said. 

Dwyer said Jamison was to be arraigned in Warren's 37th District Court on charges of second-degree murder, felony firearm and drug possession with intent to deliver.

"This is our second homicide this year, and in both cases it was over a dispute where people were acquainted," Dwyer said. "In both cases, the suspects were apprehended and arraigned within 48 hours."

In the earlier killing, six people were arrested in connection to Saturday's fatal shooting of a 21-year-old Madison Heights man outside of a barbershop.

"In that case, the argument was over a damaged door handle of a car at the barbershop," Dwyer said.
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