Detroit police have released a suspect in the deadly shooting of a teen on Sunday at a Cinco de Mayo parade on the city's southwest side.
Police immediately took the 24-year-old suspect into custody after 19-year-old Andreas de Jesus was shot to death. However, police have released that suspect while the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office says it can't make a charging decision before further investigation by police.
A vigil is planned for Wednesday night at the shooting location. The victim's family says the vigil may turn into a protest.
Local 4 will be at the vigil.