Warren police looking for 5 ‘persons of interest’ in deadly shooting
Warren police seek 5 persons of interest after 26-year-old woman murdered on way home from a party.
Johnice Clark fatally shot by someone in a vehicle, police say
Five persons of interest who Warren police believe might have information about a June 5, 2021, homicide.
Five persons of interest who Warren police believe might have information about a June 5, 2021, homicide. (Warren Police Department)
WARREN, Mich. – Warren police are trying to identify five persons of interest after a 26-year-old woman was murdered on her way home from a party over the weekend, authorities said.
Johnice Clark, 26, was leaving a party around 9:30 p.m. Saturday (June 5) near Masonic and Schoenherr roads in Warren, according to authorities.
Clark and a friend realized they were being chased by another vehicle, and someone from that vehicle fired shots at Clark, police said. The shooting happened on Schoenherr Road between Masonic and 12 Mile roads.
She was struck by gunfire and died from her injuries, according to Warren police.
Authorities are trying to identify five persons of interest in connection with the case. Their photos are posted at the top of this page. Police said they are trying to get any information they can to help with the investigation.
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