Adrian Lamar Brown, 31, was described as black, 5 feet 6 inches tall and 175 pounds. He was last seen driving a burgundy 2015-2020 Chevy Suburban with Florida plates. He was reportedly wearing a black shirt with white graphics on the back and blue jeans.

Adrian Lamar Brown, 31, was described as black, 5 feet 6 inches tall and 175 pounds. He was last seen driving a burgundy 2015-2020 Chevy Suburban with Florida plates. He was reportedly wearing a black shirt with white graphics on the back and blue jeans.

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Woman found, police seek man who fled after alleged abduction

By: Brian Louwers | Warren Weekly | Published May 11, 2021

 Adrian Lamar Brown

Adrian Lamar Brown

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WARREN — At press time on May 21, Warren police were still looking for a man who fled as officers arrived to investigate an alleged abduction of a woman at a Subway restaurant on Nine Mile Road east of Groesbeck earlier in the month.

Warren police said the victim, Michelle Nichole Jackson, 27, was released hours after the alleged abduction on the afternoon of May 11 and that she was later interviewed by detectives.

The suspect, Adrian Lamar Brown, 31, described as Black, 5 feet 6 inches tall and 175 pounds, was last seen driving a burgundy 2015-2020 Chevy Suburban with Florida plates. He was reportedly wearing a black shirt with white graphics on the back and blue jeans.

Warren police were called to the Subway at 13505 Nine Mile after Brown allegedly forced Jackson into the Suburban. Witnesses told police that he implied he had a gun.

Lt. David Kriss of the Warren Police Department said Jackson didn’t report a weapon when she spoke with detectives, but that she was cooperating with the investigation.

Police said previously that Jackson works at Subway and that she and Brown dated at some point.

“A friend of hers was able to talk to the suspect and he agreed to release her,” Kriss said. “He released her to the friend, and the friend drove her to Eight (Mile Road) and Van Dyke. She came in for an interview last night.”

Kriss said Jackson had been assaulted, but suffered no significant injuries.

Warren Police Commissioner William Dwyer said officers in an unmarked car arrived at the restaurant as the suspect vehicle was leaving the scene, but before any details of the crime were known. The officers provided a description of the vehicle that was used by patrol officers to locate the Suburban. A brief pursuit ensued, and the Suburban was last near Seven Mile Road and Interstate 75, in Detroit.

Brown was reportedly sentenced on an unlawful imprisonment charge on May 5 and allegedly cut off his tether the next day. He has an outstanding warrant for his arrest as a result. He was also named in warrants on charges of unlawful imprisonment and fleeing and eluding police in Warren related to the May 11 incident.

Kriss said that case was out of Wayne County and involved a different victim.

Police cautioned that Brown is to be considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information about Brown’s whereabouts can reach the Warren Police Department’s watch commander at (586) 574-4877.

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