Livonia Fed Ex Facility Shooting Suspect Arraigned on 19 Counts

LIVONIA, MI – The suspect that was involved in a domestic relationship shooting at a Fed Ex facility located in Livonia was arraigned on a 19 Counts which included charges of Assault With Intent To Murder, Kidnapping, Unlawful Imprisonment and CSC 1st Degree.MSP Patrol Car at I94 and Masonic

The suspect, Robert Earl Easley-Calloway, 26-years-old, from Detroit, was arraigned on Friday December 7th, 2018, in his hospital bed by a Livonia District Judge. The investigation involving the pursuit shooting is still on going by the MSP First District Incident Response Team.

Robert Easley-Calloway, has been charged in connection with the non-fatal shooting of his 25-year-old wife, also from Detroit, at her workplace, and the subsequent police pursuit.

On November 26, 2018 at approximately 3:14 a.m., Livonia police officers were dispatched to the FedEx Ground Distribution Center, located in the 38400 block of Amrhein Road in Livonia, MI.  Upon arrival, officers were informed that Easley-Calloway left the scene with his wife and he was engaged in a vehicle pursuit with the Livonia Police Department on eastbound I-96.  Evidence was collected from the scene.  Michigan State Police joined the pursuit and eventually disabled the vehicle.

It is alleged that Robert Easley-Calloway had recently been violent with his wife.  She was sufficiently concerned about her safety that she asked two male co-workers to ride with her to work.  On November 26, 2018 at approximately 3:14 a.m., it is alleged that the wife parked near the entrance of her workplace and her husband approached her vehicle.

When the doors automatically unlocked, it is alleged that Robert opened the driver’s door and shoved a shotgun into her face.  Her two male co-workers exited the vehicle and it is further alleged Easley-Calloway fired the shotgun, and grazed his wife, who exited the vehicle and ran away with her co-workers.  It is also alleged that the defendant reloaded the shotgun and fired, and struck his wife in the back. The defendant forced her into the vehicle and drove off, and was pursued by the Livonia Police Department.  The Michigan State Police joined the pursuit, and eventually disabled the vehicle.

Robert Easley-Calloway was shot during the vehicle chase and was transported to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries.  His wife was also transported to the hospital for treatment of her injuries.

“This case is yet another stark reminder of the massive problem we have in Wayne County with domestic violence,” said Prosecutor Worthy.

Easley-Calloway has been charged with Criminal Sexual Conduct – First Degree, Kidnapping, Felonious Assault, three counts of Assault With Intent to Murder, three counts of Felonious Assault, Unlawful Imprisonment, eight counts of Felony Firearm and Fleeing and Eluding – Fourth Degree.*   He was arraigned on December 7, 2018  in 16th District Court.  The Probable Cause Conference is scheduled for December 20, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. before 16th District Court Judge Kathleen McCann.  The Preliminary Examination is scheduled for December 27, 2018.  The defendant was remanded to jail.