Death of Detroit Police officer shot in 1972 ruled a homicide after his death 45 years later

WXYZPublished: April 18, 2018
Published: April 18, 2018

"We were investigating drug sales on the street," said Retired Detroit Deputy Police Chief James Younger whose partner was shot in 1972 by a man who was never arrested for the crime.  The shooting left Detroit Police Officer Donald Kimbrough paralyzed from the waist down and he died December 7, 2017, from medical complications that resulted from the decades old shooting.

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