Detroit Police Chief: Suspect in Deadly Police Shooting Was Trying ‘To Bait’ Officers

We are learning more details about the deadly police shooting in Detroit.

The police chief says the gunman was trying to bait the officers as they searched a home for him.

Police say the suspect waited at the bottom of the basement stairs, fired two shots from a rifle and ran past the fallen officers.

Other officers shot the suspect in the arm.

He was arrested a block away.

Police say the gunman was “very target specific” and “knew what he planned to do.”

Officer Rasheen McCalin was shot in the neck and died.

Officer Phillipe Batoum-Bisse is recovering.