Shooting suspect arrested in Tecumseh Township subdivision
An Ann Arbor shooting early Sunday morning ended quietly at 5207 Turnberry Court in Tecumseh Township, when Ann Arbor police arrested 18-year-old Torrey Juide and an unidentified 18-year-old Tecumseh woman. Juide is charged with shooting another 18-year-old man in the shoulder on South State Street in Ann Arbor sometime before 1:58 a.m.
His charges include assault with intent to murder, assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder, carrying a concealed weapon, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, according to court records. The drive-by shooting witnesses identified Juide and his vehicle to police.
“The car was very recognizable,” said Ann Arbor Police Detective Bill Stanford.
Police found the vehicle was registered to the Turnberry Court address in the Highlands subdivision in Tecumseh Township. Ann Arbor police contacted the Lenawee County Sheriff’s office and Tecumseh police, who assisted in the arrest.
Stanford said the process went smoothly and quietly. After driving to the local address, the vehicle identified in the shooting was parked outside.
Police made contact with the house’s owner, Sterling Bunce, and then arrested Juide and the Tecumseh woman. “It all went without incident,” said Lieutenant Jeff Ewald of the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office.
“It was very smooth,” agreed Sanford.
Arraignment occurred at the Washtenaw County Jail on Monday where Juide was being held, and, according to police, his bond was set at $50,000 cash. The Tecumseh woman was not charged by the Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s office.
“The Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office reviewed the case and felt there was not enough probable cause to issue a warrant,” Sanford said of the woman’s release.
At the time of the shooting, Juide was free on bond from a Feb. 21 misdemeanor guilty plea of disturbing the peace, according to media reports. The misdemeanor plea was added to Juide’s original felony charges of possession of a billy club and carrying a concealed weapon, which were dismissed when he pleaded guilty to the lesser charge.