DETROIT (AP) — Police aren't commenting on the motive for the fatal shooting of a 33-year-old Wayne State University law student, whose body was found near Detroit's long-abandoned Packard auto complex.
Detroit police Chief James Craig told reporters Wednesday that two "people of interest" are in custody in the killing of third-year law student Tiane Brown. Craig says he can't comment on the motive.
A campus vigil was held in her memory Wednesday night.
Craig says authorities found Brown's body Wednesday morning in a vacant lot near the former auto plant.
The mother of three was last seen on campus Monday. The Detroit Free Press says he parents were watching her children at their home in Oakland County's West Bloomfield Township and reported her missing Tuesday.
Brown lived in Oakland County's Waterford Township.