No bond for man charged college officer's slaying
DETROIT - A 31-year-old man charged in the fatal shooting of a Wayne State University police officer near the school's Detroit campus is being held without bond.
DeAngelo Davis was arraigned Friday in Romulus District Court and ordered jailed. Davis is charged with first-degree murder, murder of a police officer and gun crimes.
The Wayne County prosecutor's office says he does not yet have a lawyer.
Officer Collin Rose was investigating possible thefts of navigation systems from vehicles near the Wayne State campus on Detroit's west side, and was shot in the head Tuesday as he tried to arrest Davis.
Davis has a Dec. 9 probable cause hearing and a Dec. 16 preliminary examination.
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