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Woman, 50, Shot by Police in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

PhotoUpper Michigan’s Source – by Ty Czarnopis

HUMBOLDT TOWNSHIP — The Michigan State Police say a 50-year-old Humboldt Township woman was shot and killed after officers responded to a domestic dispute.

According to police, Lori Lee was armed with a rifle when police arrived at the residence on County Road FS in Champion. Lee pointed the rifle at the officers and refused their commands to put the firearm down, according to the Michigan State Police.  

A 17-year MSP trooper then fired at Lee, striking her in the chest. The Marquette County Medical Examiner performed an autopsy on Lee, verifying that she died from a single fatal gunshot wound to the chest.

Both the Michigan State Police trooper and Marquette County Sheriff’s deputy have been put on administrative leave in accordance with policy, pending an investigation.

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3 Responses to Woman, 50, Shot by Police in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

  1. Bullwinkle says:

    Woman shot in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
    In what part of the body is the Michigan’s Upper Peninsula?
    Is it any where near the fracas?

    When I get my bullet proof vest, I want to make sure it covers my Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and my fracas as I now understand I will die instantly when these parts are hit.

  2. WTH says:

    “The Marquette County Medical Examiner performed an autopsy on Lee, verifying that she died from a single fatal gunshot wound to the chest.” No kidding… she didn’t die from something else? I really don’t see the point of doing an autopsy in this case.

  3. Morgan says:

    Is the story of the ‘caged gerbil shooters’ (cops) even real? They lie to kingdom come!

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