Associated PressDETROIT — Michigan State Police spent six hours searching for evidence at the Detroit home where an officer shot a 7-year-old girl to death during a raid.
The Detroit Free Press reports that Police Capt. Harold Love said his investigators visited the duplex Wednesday to investigate what happened early Sunday when Aiyana Stanley-Jones was killed by a police officer's bullet.
The report says police found two stolen vehicles in the backyard.
Detroit police officers had been hunting for a murder suspect during Sunday's raid. They arrested 34-year-old Chauncey Owens and arraigned him on a first-degree murder charge.
Police say Stanley-Jones' shooting death was accidental.
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The family's attorney, Geoffrey Fieger, says he doubts state police can investigate the death impartially.