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On February 16th 2004 at 0200am i lost a dear friend in Matthew Bowens. He and his partner Jennifer Fettig effected a traffic stop on Gilbert Ave when many lives would soon be changed forever. Priority 4-5 would be one of the last things Matt would ever say. I miss you dearly Brother.
As the two officers called in the license plate information of the vehicle, while sitting in their patrol car, the suspect exited his vehicle and opened fire with a .40 caliber handgun, striking Officer Fettig five times and Officer Bowens three times. The shooter then went out of view as Officer Bowens exited the patrol car, returned fire three times, and then went to help Officer Fettig as he called assistance.
The shooter reappeared and shot Officer Bowens six more times before stealing his service weapon. The shooter fired a total of 19 rounds at the officers during the incident.
The killer fled in his pickup truck, but a portion of the shooting was recorded in the patrol car's camera. The killer and his brother were arrested several hours later. The killer was found guilty on four charges of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison, where he died on October 15, 2010.
Both officers were transported to Henry Ford Hospital where Officer Bowens was pronounced dead. Officer Fettig was admitted in extremely critical condition and died from her wounds 12 hours later.
Places dont have to be abandoned to have interesting details. Half of this elevator was refinished, this half still had its patina from its years of service. This is in an apartment building that's from somewhere between 1929-1931 as far as I can find so far.