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Bodies Of 3 Missing Detroit Rappers Believed To Be Found, Person Of Interest In Custody

Detroit Police Searching For 3 Rappers Who Went Missing After Their Show Was Canceled
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Detroit police believe they have discovered the bodies of three rappers who went missing in January.

Armani Kelly, 28, Dante Wicker, 31, and Montoya Givens, 31, were scheduled to perform at Lounge 31 on Detroit’s east side on January 21, but their gig was canceled because of equipment issues.

Their families have been searching for them and that search came to an end at an abandoned apartment complex in Highland Park.

Late Thursday night, Detroit police said that they believe they have found the bodies of the three missing men, however, it’s going to take time to confirm their identities because of the condition of the apartment building where they were found. 

A rat infestation in the apartment building has slowed down the investigation as well as the police’s efforts to identify the bodies of the Detroit rappers.

Armani Kelly’s mother, Lorrie Kemp, reported her son missing on January 23, a few days later, family members of Givens and Wicker saw a news report about Kelly and realized all three men who knew each other were missing. 

According to police, Ms. Kemp used OnStar to track Armani’s car to Warren, where it was found on January 23. 

Police said the car had been moved a few times before they located it. 

A 15-year-old, who had been driving the vehicle was arrested and charged with possession of burglary tools and concealing and receiving a stolen car. 

The teen has not been labeled as a person of interest in the murders, but a judge did revoke his bond.

However, a person of interest is now in custody and being questioned. 

The person’s identity has not been disclosed, but FOX 2 Detroit reports the person of interest was arrested during a raid in Detroit.

This is a developing story. 

I will keep you updated as more information becomes available. 

In the meantime, please keep the families of Armani Kelly, Dante Wicker, and Montoya Givens, in your thoughts and prayers.

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Source: FOX 2 Detroit

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