Detroit Shooting Suspect Out on Parole in 2011

Stop Their Socialist Disarmament.

Donate Now.

On this edition of Deal of the Day, Cam Edwards shares a story from Detroit, Michigan where Norwood Witherspoon, 27, is suspected in the shooting death and robbery of a Highland Park gas station clerk. Witherspoon was sentenced to 5 years in 2008 for felony weapons charges. This followed a string of arrests from the time he was a juvenile, and he was already serving 3 years probation for drug charges at the time of sentencing. Still, he was paroled in 2011 and out to be involved with this murder. Originally aired 2/6/2012.