Sami Loussia Death – An investigation has been opened by the authorities in Commerce Township following the stabbing death of a man in his 76th year by his own son. In accordance with the information provided by the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, the authorities were summoned to a residence located in the 3400 block of Sutton Road at approximately 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday. Deputy sheriffs tracked down a man aged 22 years old who directed them to the location of his father, who had suffered multiple stab wounds.
The man was deemed to be deceased after emergency medical technicians were unable to bring him back to life. He was identified as Sami Loussia. The son identified as Jacob Loussia was taken into custody by the deputies, and then he was taken to the hospital for treatment of his minor injuries. According to the authorities, there is yet no confirmed motive.
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Before being arraigned in front of Novi District Judge Robert Bondy this morning, 36-year-old Noah Ravenscroft was released from the hospital where he had been being treated. At around 9:40 p.m. on Monday, a 911 call was placed from the residence of Ravenscroft located in the 1700 block of Applebrook Drive. Deputies from the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office responded to the incident. A domestic attack was reported by the couple’s 10-year-old child, who also stated that Ravenscroft was retrieving a knife at the time of the call.
Upon their arrival, the deputies saw that Ravenscroft was covered with blood. He invited them inside and then informed them that his wife, Kristy Ravenscroft, who was 38 years old, had passed away. She was discovered by the deputies in the living room. She was taken to a nearby hospital, where a medical examiner later confirmed that she had passed away. The office of the Oakland County Medical Examiner conducted an autopsy on Tuesday and determined that the death was the result of homicide due to the several stab wounds that were found on the body.
Ravenscroft, a former senior vice president at Quicken Loans based in Detroit, was also hospitalized for injuries that authorities believe were caused by the individual themselves. He had an adequate recovery from his wounds to be discharged from the medical facility today. A kitchen knife that investigators believe was used in the stabbing was also located and brought into evidence.
Before Monday, sheriff’s detectives stated that they had never gone to the residence in connection with any domestic violence incidents. Bondy gave Ravenscroft the order to completely cut off any communication with his children and his wife’s family. On February 8th, District Judge Travis Reeds will preside over a preliminary examination that has been planned.
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