Detroit Police Officer Lathuya Weaver took a shot at her husband Darin in the bedroom of their Romulus home - the bullet passing over his shoulder, through the bedroom wall, and out of the house. Darin called 911 first saying that he had been shot at. Then Lathya's call came in, saying that she had been assaulted by her husband.
Detective Joshua Monte of the Romulus Police Department:
"...There wasn’t enough evidence at the scene to indicate that Weaver’s husband assaulted her, and warrant requests seeking charges against the husband were denied."
Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office issued a three count felony warrant against her, charging her with Felonious Assault; Discharge of a Firearm in a Building; and Felony Firearm. She is out on bond, suspended without pay, and is ordered to not carry a firearm or get into any more domestic fights while her career status is decided WITHIN the Detroit Police Department:
"CONDUCT UNBECOMING AN OFFICER, CONTRARY TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT CODE OF ETHICS; THIS BEING IN VIOLATION OF THE 2003 DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT MANUAL SERIES 100, DIRECTIVE 102.3 – 7.9, CONDUCT UNPROFESSIONAL, COMMAND 1."