Vehicle’s foggy windows lead to discovery of Oakland County shooter
OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. --- ***UPDATE***
A neighbor who spotted a vehicle with fogged up windows is what led to Michael Quigley being found around 5:15 Wednesday afternoon in Ortonville.
Quigley was taken into custody about five minutes after that resident called the police.
He was taken into custody without incident.
Suspect Michael Quigley has been taken into custody by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office. He was detained and put into custody at 5:20 p.m. Wednesday.
Our Joel Feick was live at the news conference.
The Oakland County Sheriff says the .22 caliber silver revolver believed to have been used by Michael Quigley has been recovered.
It was found in a bush located near the 90 block of Village Court.
His phone was also found in the same location.
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The search for Quigley is still underway as he has not been found.
There have been no reported sightings of him.
Quigley was previously arrested by the Sheriff’s Office on November 10th, 2017, and lodged at the Oakland County Jail for a hit and run accident.
He was released on bond November 11 when he voluntarily checked himself into a treatment center.
Family members report he was seeking treatment for an addiction to opiates.
He had been a third party contracted assistant wrestling coach at Lake Orion Community Schools, but has not been associated with the schools since early spring of 2017.