On Friday, Andricka McIntosh was found shot to death shortly after 7 AM in front of her home on Gunston near Connor on Detroit’s east side.
Shortly before McIntosh’s death, she called police requesting help, but she was gunned down moments later, according to reports.
“There was a 911 call that the incident was happening, that a woman was being chased up the street, being shot at,” Detroit Police Department Chief James White said. “The officers made record time getting there. In the area, as they approached they heard shots. He was actually standing over with a gun in his hand. They ordered him to drop his weapon and he did. They immediately took him into custody.”
The suspect has been identified as the victim’s soon-to-be ex-husband.
“We don’t know exactly what led up to it,” said White. “We know they were going through a divorce and it was a very bitter divorce proceeding.”
Both McIntosh and her husband were expected to be in court just two hours before he allegedly gunned her down.
“She just didn’t deserve this, she was a good-hearted person,” Williams added. “She loved everybody.”