Charges in Farmington Hills attack
Farmington Hills—Two suspects were charged late Friday in the abduction and assault of a 42-yea-old woman at her apartment complex.
Joshua Miller, 18, of Farmington Hills, and Jasmine McReynolds, 20, of Farmington, were both arrainged in 47th District Court Friday evening.
Both were charged with assault with intent to commit murder, armed robbery, carjacking, unlawful imprisonment, second-degree home invasion and resisting/assaulting/obstructing a police officer.
Miller was additionally charged with fleeing a police officer and stealing/retaining a financial transaction device without consent.
Bond for each was set at $500,000.
The manhunt for the two suspects began at about 11 p.m. Wednesday when a 42-year-old woman told Farmington Hills police she had been attacked when entering her building at the Fairmont Park Apartment complex, located near Nine Mile and Drake.
The victim said the couple attacked her and tried to force her into her vehicle, but she was able to escape. The woman, who was treated at a local hospital and then released, said the suspects also made off with her purse, cellphone, laptop and books.
Acting on a tip from a citizen, police arrested Miller and McReynolds on Thursday.
"We located the car they had stolen and then, after a brief foot pursuit, the suspects were arrested. They are currently being held here at our jail," said Lt. Daniel Rodriguez.
Miller and McReynolds are scheduled to appear in 47th District Court for a pre-exam conference on Feb. 2 and a preliminary examination is scheduled for Feb. 4.