UPDATE 12:24 A.M. (WLNS) – Daniel James Sougstad, the man wanted in a triple-homicide in Windsor Township is now in custody.
An update on the Eaton County Sheriff’s Facebook page was put out around 7 a.m. saying Sougstad had been arrested. Law enforcement also thanked the public for its help in the post and said an update via press release would be provided on Monday.
UPDATE 12:24 A.M. (WLNS) – 6 News has confirmed that the shots fired are unrelated to the triple homicide.
The suspect is still wanted and considered armed and very dangerous.
UPDATE 12:09 A.M. (WLNS) – 6 News reporters are on scene near the homicide location near South Bishop Rd and South Waverly.
Shots have been fired. It is unconfirmed if the shooting is related to the homicide.
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EATON COUNTY, Mich. (WLNS) – The Eaton County Sheriff’s Office released a statement late Friday night warning residents of a triple homicide suspect and asking for help in locating him.
The man is a suspect in a triple murder in Windsor Township just southwest of Lansing.
His name is Daniel James Sougstad, 23.
He is believed to be in a black Honda Accord with a Michigan license plate, number CZM 350.
He is considered armed and very dangerous.
Police are asking anyone that sees him or his car to call 911 and report it.