Police investigate home break-in of slain neurosurgeon – Crime Online

A break-in occurred at the home of deceased neurosurgeon Devon Hoover on Saturday evening, just hours before friends and family were to gather for the respected doctor’s funeral.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Hoover, 53, was found shot multiple times in the head and wrapped in a sheet, his body stuffed in an attic crawl space, on April 23 after family members asked for a welfare check when he failed to show up to a family. gathering.

His car was found abandoned at a separate location, police said, but they did not provide that location.

Late last week, police said they arrested a “person of interest” for questioning. They did not name the person or call him a suspect, WDIV reported. Detroit Police Chief James White said only that detectives were “confident the person had information about what happened.”

Police say there were no signs of a break-in at Hoover’s mansion on Boston Boulevard, leading them to believe he knew his killer.

Police said they could not say for sure what was taken in the break-in, and they had no suspects.

No other information about the case has been released.

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[Featured image: Devon Hoover/Facebook]

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