Robert Charles Raymond is dead. He was shot and killed in an officer-involved shooting. Michigan State Police confirmed the Robert, who was identified as the suspect that shot two Lapeer County Sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday.
Robert Charles Raymond, age 47, was of Imlay City. One of the deputies who was shot remains at a hospital in stable condition and the other sustained non-life-threatening injuries, they said.
Who was Robert Charles Raymond? An Attempted Cop Killer
The incident occurred at about 9:22 a.m. Wednesday at a residence on Willis Road near Brown City Road in Brown City, according to preliminary investigation. Brown City is located about 73 miles north of Detroit, in both Lapeer and Sanilac counties.
Raymond, who was wanted on a felony criminal sexual conduct warrant, was found at the home by two uniformed deputies and a detective from the sheriff’s office, according to state police. According to them, the home’s owner permitted deputies to search the property for the suspect.
Shots were fired at them as they opened the entrance to a separate outbuilding, officials claimed, injuring one deputy numerous times. The suspect was hit by the other deputy who returned fire.