DETROIT (AP) — The latest on the fatal shooting of a Detroit man by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent (all times local):
A prosecutor says a U.S. customs agent won't be charged in the fatal shooting of a Detroit man.
Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy said Wednesday that forensic evidence and the testimony of some people at the scene show that the April 27 killing of Terrance Kellom was "justified by the laws of self-defense."
Police say Mitchell Quinn shot Kellom after the 20-year-old man lunged at the ICE agent with a hammer in his father's west side home. His father, Kevin Kellom, disputes that account.
Worthy says Terrance Kellom was shot four times.
Kellom was wanted on armed robbery and weapons charges. His death came amid a national debate over police conduct — particularly toward black men. Kellom was black, as is the agent who shot him.