A veteran Detroit police officer was shot and killed in an early morning shootout that left four more officers injured and the gunman in the hospital facing murder charges.
Officer Brian Huff, 45, was Detroit's first police officer to be gunned down in the line of duty in five years. Police have not released the name of the gunman.
Police were called to a vacant house around 3 a.m. with reports of shots fired, Officer Phillip Cook said today.
"When they entered the dwelling, that's when the...Full Story