Garden City stabbing suspect still sought, reward offered to catch him

By Joanne Marie Hoopes, ClickOnDetroit.com writer
Published On: Jul 16 2013 02:58:07 PM EDT
Updated On: Jul 16 2013 03:10:56 PM EDT
GARDEN CITY, Mich. -

Garden City police are still searching for the man who stabbed Curtis Scott to death in the parking lot of Roma Hall Banquet on June 6.

The 43-year-old victim was stabbed during a confrontation on Cherry Hill Road just east of Venoy Road.

Garden City police say the victim was walking with another man when they got into an argument with two other men who were in a maroon or burgundy Ford Windstar minivan.

According to police, the passenger in the minivan got out and stabbed Scott.

Watch: Garden City man stabbed to death.

Curtis Scott

-- Victim Curtis Scott stabbed to death.

The minivan was a late 90’s model with a luggage rack on the roof, rust along the passenger side of the vehicle and had damage to the back hatch. Police have surveillance video of a person of interest who was in the area before the stabbing.

Watch: Uncut: Surveillance video of Garden City stabbing person of interest.

The suspect is described as having a dark completion with a protruding brow. He is around 25-30 years of age, 5’6 to 5’9, and approximately 140 to 180 pounds. 

Garden-City-stabbing-suspec

Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,500 reward and the Garden City Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the suspect's arrest. 

Call 1800-SPEAKUP if you have any information on this case.

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