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Walter Clyde Hollandsworth, who was sought in a shooting on Dean Street and had eluded Taylor Police and assisting agencies for weeks, turned himself in last night without incident.
Police were seeking the 21-year-old resident in relation to a non-fatal shooting on Dean Street September 12. Hollandsworth is suspected in the shooting of a 20-year-old on the 6100 block of Dean Street. The man was shot in the abdomen, underwent surgery at Beaumont Hospital Dearborn and is now recovering at home.
Hollandsworth, accompanied by several other people, walked into the lobby of the Taylor Police Department last night (September 30). He identified himself and told the desk officer that “I want to turn myself in.”
Deputy Chief Richard Hopper took Hollandsworth into custody without incident and he was processed into the system. A LEIN check run on Hollandsworth indicated not only the felony warrant related to his incident, but two other warrants out of South and Wayne County.
Hollandsworth was arraigned this afternoon (October 1) by 23rd District Court Judge Geno Salomone on assault with intent to commit murder charges and was held on a $750,000 cash bond. His pretrial conference is scheduled for 8:30 a.m. October 14 with an examination scheduled for the same time on October 21.