Three men, looking to be rappers and who met in prison, haven’t been seen for over 10 days. This comes following an event in Detroit that was canceled because of faulty equipment.
“We just have a whole lot of unanswered questions that we’re trying to find the answers to. The fact that the three of them are missing together is very concerning and very alarming for us,” said Cmdr. Michael McGinnis on Monday.
The men, who reside in Michigan, were named as Armani Kelly, Montoya Givens, and Dante Wicker.
They were set to perform at a party at Lounge 31 in Detroit on Jan. 21, but the appearance was canceled.
Kelly’s fiancée says phone calls, text messages, and social media contacts have been unsuccessful since that evening.
“I just beg for help, for anything, I need answers and, if it comes to it, I need closure, because I will never forget, and I will never stop,” stated Taylor Perrin.
She added that Kelly was working, taking college courses, and working on his rapping abilities. This came after he was attempting to change his life after a robbery case.
“Armani did his time and came out as a whole new person,” Perrin said.
McGinnis says that authorities are reviewing license plate readers and camera surveillance video to attempt to solve the mystery.
“I’m confident that using those tools will help us get answers that these families deserve,” he said.