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SUSPICIOUS DEATH 17TH STREET – UPDATE – 2.26.23

By The Port Huron Police

The Michigan State Police Crime Lab responded to the residence in the 1300 block of 17th Street and assisted the Port Huron Police Department Criminal Investigative Division with collecting evidence. Throughout the day members of the Port Huron Police Major Crimes  

Unit and Criminal Investigative Division interviewed several people and followed up on investigative tips. 

The deceased subject is a 26 year old male resident of St. Clair County. The circumstances of this subject’s death remain suspicious. Currently a person of interest is lodged at the St. Clair  County Intervention Center. The St. Clair County Prosecutor’s Office will review the case tomorrow. 

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The deceased has been transported to the St. Clair County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of death. This incident is still under investigation by the Port Huron Police Department.  

Additional information will be released as it becomes available. 

If you have knowledge of this incident call the Port Huron Police Department at (810) 984- 8415 or the Port Huron Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit at (810) 984-5383. 

Anonymous tips can be received through the CAPTURE Hotline at (810) 987-6688, emailed through www.porthuronpolice.org, or texted by downloading the Port Huron PD app on apple  or android devices. Anonymous texts can also be received by texting the keyword CAPTURE and their message/tip to 847411.  

Contact person(s) Assistant Chief Brian Kerrigan 

Port Huron Police Department 

810-984-9710 

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