A Detroit man allegedly shot and killed two men — then kidnapped a victim’s 5-year-old daughter and held her captive for days.
Dangelo Cash Clemons, 29, was charged in connection to the fatal shootings of Larry Brown, 23, and Colby Millsap, 44, according to the Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.
On June 30, police were dispatched to a child endangerment call. When they arrived, they were notified that a child was being held captive in a residence on the 12100 block of Schaefer Highway in Detroit, according to the office.
Maggie Millsap, 5, yelled for help from the window of a duplex, saying a monster was coming, according to FOX 2.
Her neighbor and babysitter Raynell Jones called 911 after hearing her yell, FOX 2 reported.
"She goes, ‘Help me, help me please,’" Jones told FOX 2. "When the guy walks back up she says, ‘The monster is back,’ and then she closes the curtain."
When attempting to contact Millsap at the home, police found the bodies of Brown and Millsap. Both men had gunshot wounds to the head, according to Prosecutor Kym Worthy.
It is alleged that Clemons fatally shot the victims before kidnapping the child and fleeing to a residence next door.
“The allegations in this case are brutal and tragic, but the only silver lining is that the child involved here was able to signal for help and was found alive,” Worthy said in announcing the charges.
Clemons has been charged with one count of felony murder, one count of first-degree murder and two counts of felony possession of a firearm.