Serial Killing Suspect Kept Free By Feds

The man in custody for at least 6 murders in the Detroit area had several probation violations, but was free because federal authorities allowed him to stay out of jail.
Kenyel Brown was an informant to the feds on criminal activity. Brown has a long criminal record going back more than 20 years.
U-S District Court in Detroit says Brown was allowed to be free at the behest of a federal law enforcement agency. The court does not say which one.
Brown shot himself while police were pursuing him. He’s in critical condition.
Police say Brown killed 6 people, shot somebody else, and did 2 carjackings in the past month.

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