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January 17, 2020

Police identify 6th suspect in Warrenton murder

Antonio Nehiah Ogburn, 18, faces a charge of conspiracy to commit robbery.
A sixth suspect in the Jan. 8 fatal shooting in Warrenton remains at large, probably in the Detroit area, Warrenton police announced Friday night.

Warrenton police detectives Friday obtained an arrest warrant for Antonia Nehemiah Ogburn, 18, on a charge of conspiracy to commit robbery, according to a press release.

Authorities have five other suspects in custody.

The 4 a.m. shooting on Jackson Street killed Fabian Sosa, 27, Warrenton, and left two men with grave wounds.

Police recovered a 9mm pistol and shell casings in Apartment 211 at 393 Jackson St., according to a search warrant.

Witnesses described three suspects running from the apartments toward Broadview Avenue, according to early police reports.

Authorities since have charged five people with a variety of offenses, but none with murder or attempted murder, so far:

• Makoya Denham, 21, of Detroit, with accessory to murder after the fact.

• Alexander Golden, 18, of Detroit, with conspiracy to commit robbery.

• Emily Race, 19, of Warrenton, with conspiracy to commit robbery.

• Jaden Lawrence Staples, 18, of Detroit, with accessory to murder after the fact.

• Terrell Jonathan Tucker, 20, of Woodstock, with accessory to murder after the fact.
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AngryBob · January 21, 2020 at 11:04 am
DF: The only thing of financial value you'd find anywhere in that apartment complex is drugs. Lots and lots of drugs.
DonkeyFarmer · January 21, 2020 at 10:49 am
Somebody knew there was something valuable in that apartment. I doubt it was the four people from Detroit. More likely it was the 19 year old girl that worked a block away at Chic Fil A. Pretty obvious what happened here. She got her friends to rob the guy. Most likely drugs are involved here unless the victim had gold or diamonds in his apartment.
Cbe78 · January 21, 2020 at 10:20 am
Sonny Day - commenting that our legislators need to focus on "growing drug and gang problems" on a story has yet to have a connection to EITHER issue is like me coming here and commenting "I like mashed potatoes." - that's fine and good but it has NOTHING to do with the topic at hand lol
Zaytoven313 · January 21, 2020 at 7:58 am
They werent here illegally so dont talk about what you dont kno i personally know them they moved down there bc a few of them where down on their last and didnt have too much to live for so now wait and see what the police say and stay quiet!!????????‍♂️smh why did they do it idk i questioned that too but at the end of the day they made that decision.
Cbe78 · January 20, 2020 at 3:50 pm
Sonny Day - What on earth does immigration have to do with this case? NONE of the arrested parties seem to be here illegally....unless Detroit is no longer part of the United States. Also, why does it have "gang activity" written all over it? That's just laughable. Could have been any number of things, let's wait till the investigation is complete and we have some facts before spouting off silly things.
DonkeyFarmer · January 19, 2020 at 8:53 pm
What did this guy have in his apartment that brought guys all the way from Detroit to rob him? And 6 guys and girls so far? Cash or drugs is my guess.
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