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Meridian Twp. Police Investigating a Homicide

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UPDATE (5:05 p.m.)

MERIDIAN TWP., (Mich.) -- One man is behind bars as police investigate why a man was stabbed to death Meridian Township.

The victim has been identified as 23-year-old Andrew Michael Singler.

Through our own investigation, it appears Singler was a senior at MSU.

There were canine units from several surrounding police agencies out searching all morning, along Lake Lansing Rd. and Hagadorn for evidence.

Steve Russo, who lives nearby and says he was shocked when he woke up and saw all the police. "Stuff happens locally but when its right in front of your face right out your balcony and you can see across the way I mean you kind of don't think it's real you kind of almost think its like a dream and you don't what to think really," said Russo.

Police tell 6 News tonight they do have a suspect in this case in custody who could face a judge Monday.

Police are still looking for more information though to help their investigation. If you know anything, call Meridian Township police at 517-332-6256 or Crime Stoppers at 483-STOP.

Make sure you stay with 6 News for the very latest on this story.

ORIGINAL STORY: Meridian Township police are investigating a homicide in the 6200 block of Rothbury Way at Castle Pointe Apartments.

Police got the call around 4:00am Saturday morning, in reference to a victim that received a life threatening injury.

They say a roommate transported the victim to Sparrow Hospital, where he later was pronounced dead.

The victim has been identified as 23-year-old Andrew Michael Singler. A suspect was located and arrested, and police say should be arraigned on Sunday or Monday.

There were canine units from several surrounding police agencies out searching all morning, along Lake Lansing Rd. and Hagadorn for evidence.

If you have any information call Meridian Township Police at 517-332-6526 or Crime Stoppers at 517-383-STOP.

The investigation is ongoing, tune in to 6 News at 6 for the very latest.

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