WARREN, Mich. (AP) -- A suburban Detroit man has been charged with murder on accusations he killed his father, then hid in the attic for hours before police found him with a heat-seeking device and camera.
Thirty-four-year-old Jason Kinnie was arraigned Thursday in Warren district court on second-degree murder charges and ordered held in the Macomb County jail on a $1 million bond. It's unknown if he has a lawyer.
Warren police found the bloody body of 61-year-old Donald Kinnie on Wednesday in the bathroom of the home in the city about 10 miles north-northeast of Detroit. Police say the victim suffered trauma to the head.
Officers had responded to a report of a fight between a father and son.
Hours later, police found the son hiding in the attic.
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