Michigan shooting suspect wanted after rap video showed guns found at scene: police

Authorities are looking for a Michigan shooting suspect after discovering guns used at the scene of a restaurant shooting in September in his music video posted to YouTube.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) confirmed to Fox News that the agency obtained a federal arrest warrant for Tylique Campbell on Thursday for being a criminal in possession of a gun. fist under Section 18 of the US Code § 922 (g) (1).

“They were able to identify that he contributed to gun violence in Pontiac,” ATF Detroit public information officer Tracy Morris told Fox News.

Authorities are looking for a Michigan shooting suspect after discovering guns used at the scene of a September shooting in his YouTube clip. (YouTube / Michigan Department of Corrections)

The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to Fox News that Campbell, 22, was arrested on October 4, but posted bail four days later, allowing his release on October 8, but was unable to immediately share additional information about Campbell’s arrest. The suspect is currently on probation for making a false report or a bomb threat.

DETROIT MAN ACCUSED AFTER Beating WOMEN, Locking Them In Basement, Supplying Them With Drugs

Investigators told Fox 2 Detroit that the guns and extended magazines seen in Campbell’s YouTube rap clip are the same guns discovered at the scene of the Elam Brother restaurant shooting last month.

The sheriff’s office told the outlet that Campbell and several of his partners in the clip are believed to be involved in various shootings dating back to January.


Authorities have reportedly arrested Campbell and several other men for their involvement in the September shooting, according to Fox 2. The Sheriff’s Office and the Oakland County District Attorney are still trying to charge those involved, according to Fox 2.

There is a $ 1,000 reward for information that could lead to Campbell’s arrest. Authorities are asking anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.

Comments are closed.