911 caller warns he's suicidal, then police find 2 people dead in Garden City home

By James David Dickson and Mark Hicks

Garden City — Two people were found dead and a third person was wounded in a Garden City home Wednesday morning.

Authorities responded to the 32500 block of Rosslyn at about 11 a.m. That's south of Marquette and east of Venoy.

Police said a man called the department's 911 emergency line and "made a brief statement to dispatchers that he was going to commit suicide and suggested that his location should be tracked," they said in a statement. "He then hung up the telephone."

Dispatchers used the number to track the signal back to an address on Rosslyn.

At the home, officers found three people: two dead, and one critically injured, police said.The injured person was transported to a hospital.

"The preliminary investigation has revealed that all three people are related and one of the deceased is believed to be the initial 911 caller," police said.

Police said they were unable to provide more information Wednesday night.

The scene on Rosslyn on Wednesday.

Michigan State Police forensic investigators remained at the scene through Wednesday night, blocking the street in front of a white two-story home with a well-kept front yard.

Yellow police tape cordoned off surrounding houses, some decorated with Christmas lights.