Parolee wanted for bank robbery identified as suspect killed by police in hotel shooting

A man who was out on parole and wanted for bank robbery was shot and killed by Farmington Hills Police in Detroit Wednesday morning.

Bradley Carey was wanted for robbing a bank in Farmington Hills Tuesday morning. Police said they identified the man who was spotted in security cameras thanks to tips from the public and tracked him down to the Victory Hotel on Telegraph in Detroit.

Members of a fugitive apprehension task force pulled up to the hotel Wednesday morning to arrest him. A West Bloomfield Police Sergeant and a Michigan Department of Corrections officer knocked on the door .

Carey answered, they said, and was holding a large knife.

"When they entered the room the invidual was armed with a pretty large butcher knife," Detroit Dep. Chief David Lavalley said.

The two officers shot Carey in the chest and the shoulder. He was taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. Carey was release from prison just a few weeks ago. On July 12th, he was freed after serving his ten years in prison.

"In addition to being a bank robber suspect he was also wanted on parole violation warrant," Lavalley said. "This individual was involved in bank robbery ten years ago for which he was arrested and convicted for."

Detroit Police and Michigan State Police are investigating. Once finsihed, they'll hand it over to the Wayne County Prosecutor to see if this was a justifiable homicide.