Two Women Arrested in the Case of 17 yr old Murder Victim

DETROIT, MI – Two separate reports came in early on from tips that the two individuals who were ‘person’s of interest’ in the murder of a 17-year-old boy on Friday, February 24th, 2017 have been taken into custody.

Two women have been arrested in connection to the fatal shooting of Reginald Rose-Robinson on Detroit’s northwest side.  However, until the individuals formally charged, their names cannot be released.  They were arrested in the area of Telegraph and W. Chicago late Sunday night.

Reginald Rose-Robinson and his friend were at a store in the 16600 block of Meyers on Friday, February 24th, 2017 at approximately 6:30 p.m.

Reports are that they encountered two women, one of them 21-years-old and the other is 25-years-old, while they were at that business.  One of those women believed that they were “disrespected”.

As Reginald and his friend were walking out of the store, a black SUV pulled up and someone inside of it opened fire shooting toward the pair.  Reginald Rose-Robinson was hit by the gun fire.  He died at the scene. His friend was not hurt.