Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Officer David Cobb - Murdered wife Rose - Detroit PD

DECEMBER 26, 2007: OFFICER DAVID COBB, [DETROIT POLICE DEPARTMENT] HIRED A HIT MAN TO MURDER HIS WIFE, ROSE COBB.


ALSO SEE:
ROSE COBB MURDER CASE

http//michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/12/rose-cobb-murder-case.html


VINCENT SMOTHERS :HITMAN OFFICER COBB HIRED : MURDER OF ROSE COBB

 http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/12/vincent-smothers-hitman-officer-cobb.html


Rose Cobb, who was brutally gunned down on December 26, 2007...by a hitman [Vincent Smothers], who had been hired by her husband [Detroit Police Officer David Cobb].






OFFICER DAVID COBB,[DETROIT PD] WHO HIRED A HITMAN [VINCENT SMOTHERS] TO GUN DOWN HIS WIFE, ROSE COBB ON DECEMBER 26, 2007.



VINCENT SMOTHERS OF SHELBY TOWNSHIP, WHO OFFICER DAVID COBB HIRED TO MURDER HIS WIFE, ROSE COBB.





....In April 2008, the horrible truth behind Officer Cobb hiring someone to kill Rose began to emerge....On September 26, 2008 David Cobb was found hanged.







On July 23, 2010, Vincent Smothers was sentenced to 50 - 100 years for the murder of Rose Cobb and others.






The price Officer David Cobb paid hitman Vincent Smothers to murder Rose Cobb? $1500.






Hitman Vincent Smothers: The last face that terrorized Rose Cobb saw as she was being killed.







ROSE COBB'S MURDER: DECEMBER 26, 2007:






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Detroit CVS store where Rose Cobb was gunned down and murdered...






....as she sat in her van....






...while she waited for her husband, Officer David Cobb, while he was inside CVS shopping.






....The hired gunman shot Rose at least once in the face, during the deadly attack.






Crime scene of Rose's murder.






Crime scene of Rose's murder.







Crime scene of Rose's murder.






Crime scene of Rose's murder.






Rose's van, where she was murdered.






INVESTIGATION OF ROSE COBB'S MURDER [DECEMBER 26, 2007]




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CVS store where Rose was gunned down and murdered.






Rose's van, where she was murdered.






Rose's van.






Crime scene.






Crime scene.






Officer Cobb hides behind his front door during an interview, following the murder of his wife, Rose.




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Officer David Cobb didn't want to speak with the media following his wife Rose's murder.






Approximately 2 years prior to Rose'd murder, Officer Cobb had previously been charged with harrassing and soliciting sex from a minor...






....Officer Cobb had been acquitted of that crime.






Officer David Cobb, is considered to be a person of interest in Rose's murder.




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Police are continuing their investigation into Rose Cobb's murder....






....Detroit Police have determined that Rose's murder did not involve an attempted robbery or attempted car-jacking....






...Detroit Police consider Officer David Cobb to be a person of interest in the murder of Rose. Officer Cobb refused to comment, when FOX 2 News went to his home....






Candlelight vigil for Rose Cobb [January 04, 2008].




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Video from: Cloudwriter / Behind The Blue Wall:






Rose Cobb.






Detroit CVS store where Rose Cobb was brutally gunned down and murdered, as she sat in her van on December 26, 2007.






Rose's family and friends gathered in the frigid winter cold to hold a candlelight vigil on January 4th....Rose's husband [Detroit Police Officer David Cobb] did not attend.






Rose's niece, Tameeka Gary, pleading for leads in her aunt's murder.






Off-Duty Detroit Cop Walks Out of Pharmacy, Finds Wife Shot Dead in Parking Lot
Fox News
December 27, 2007
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,318655,00.html

DETROIT — The wife of an off-duty Detroit police sergeant has been shot to death outside a pharmacy.

Police spokesman James Tate says 47-year-old Rose Cobb had been shot at least once in the head. She was dead at the scene.

Tate says her husband was inside the east side CVS about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb had been shot through the vehicle's window and nothing appeared to be taken. The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

Tate says the motive for the slaying is under investigation after police earlier reported it as an apparent carjacking.

Tate says people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.











Detroit police seek suspects in fatal shooting of sergeant's wife
Detroit News
December 27, 2007
http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071227/METRO/712270437

Detroit police are looking for suspects in the shooting death of Rose Cobb, who was killed while sitting in the passenger seat of her car as her police officer husband shopped inside a Detroit pharmacy.

Police spokesman James Tate says Cobb had been shot at least once in the head. She was dead at the scene.

Tate said Cobb's husband was inside an east side CVS Pharmacy about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb was shot through the vehicle's window and nothing appeared to be taken. The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

Tate said the motive for the slaying is under investigation after police earlier reported it as an apparent carjacking.

Tate said people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.

According to a report on WJBK-TV (Channel 2), the shooting took place outside the CVS at Jefferson Avenue and Dickerson Street.

Cobb, 47, was the wife of a sergeant on the Detroit Police Department assigned to the Eastern District station.






Family Offers Reward For Info. On CVS Slaying POSTED: 10:33 am EST
December 27, 2007
ClickOnDetroit.com
http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/14930759/detail.html

DETROIT -- The family of a woman who was shot to death outside a CVS pharmacy is offering a $10,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for her death.

Police spokesman James Tate said 47-year-old Rose Cobb, the wife of an off-duty Detroit police sergeant, had been shot at least once in the head. She was dead at the scene.

Tate said her husband was inside the east side CVS on Jefferson Avenue about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb had been shot through the vehicle's window and nothing appeared to be taken. The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

Tate said the motive for the slaying is under investigation after police earlier reported it as an apparent carjacking.

Tate said people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.

The family is asking anyone with information to call 1-800-SPEAK-UP.






Wife of Detroit police sergeant slain outside pharmacy
Southbend Tribune
December 27, 2007
http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:HKvDOFmeOtAJ:www.southbendtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article%3FAID%3D/20071227/News/49873299/0/FRONTPAGE+Rose+Cobb,+Detroit&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=8&gl=us

DETROIT (AP) — The wife of an off-duty Detroit police sergeant has been shot to death outside a pharmacy. Police spokesman James Tate says 47-year-old Rose Cobb had been shot at least once in the head. She was dead at the scene.

Tate says her husband was inside the east side CVS about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb had been shot through the vehicle's window and nothing appeared to be taken. The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

Tate says the motive for the slaying is under investigation after police earlier reported it as an apparent carjacking.Tate says people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.





Detroit Police Officer’s Wife Slain
WNEM News
POSTED: 2:08 pm EST December 27, 2007
UPDATED: 2:17 pm EST December 27, 2007
http://www.wnem.com/news/14932432/detail.html

SAGINAW, Mich. -- The wife of a Detroit police sergeant has been shot to death outside a pharmacy.

Police spokesman James Tate said 47-year-old Rose Cobb had been shot at least once in the head.

She was dead at the scene of a CVS store.

Tate said her husband, who was off-duty, was inside the east side CVS about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb had been shot through the vehicle's window and nothing appeared to be taken.

The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

Tate said the motive for the slaying is under investigation after police earlier reported it as an apparent carjacking.

Tate said people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.

Detroit police are asking people with information about the shooting to call 313-596-2260 homicide or Crime Stoppers at 800-SPEAKUP.






Wife of Detroit police sergeant slain outside pharmacy
Detroit Free Press
December 27, 2007
http://64.233.167.104/search?q=cache:38RLwJx17rQJ:hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/MI_OFFICERS_WIFE_SLAIN_MIOL-%3FSITE%3DMIDTF%26SECTION%3DHOME%26TEMPLATE%3DDEFAULT+Rose+Cobb,+Detroit&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=11&gl=us

DETROIT (AP) -- The wife of an off-duty Detroit police sergeant has been shot to death outside a pharmacy.

Police spokesman James Tate says 47-year-old Rose Cobb had been shot at least once in the head. She was dead at the scene.

Tate says her husband was inside the east side CVS about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb had been shot through the vehicle's window and nothing appeared to be taken. The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

Tate says the motive for the slaying is under investigation after police earlier reported it as an apparent carjacking.

Tate says people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.










Motive in fatal shooting unclear
The Detroit Free Press
By Zachary Gorchow and Amber Hunt

December 28, 2007
http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071228/NEWS01/712280319/1001/NEWS

Her husband just feet away from her inside a pharmacy on Detroit's east side, 47-year-old Rose Cobb -- the wife of a city police sergeant -- was shot dead Wednesday.

Police initially said the motive appeared to be a carjacking. But by Thursday night, officials said they didn't know what prompted the shooting, and no one was in custody.

Cobb of Detroit was shot multiple times in the head through a window of the couple's van.

The shooting occurred at 9 p.m. in the parking lot of a CVS in the 12000 block of East Jefferson, just east of Conner.

Her husband, 37-year-old Sgt. David Cobb, works with the department's Eastern District.

Police continued to investigate, both with officers from the homicide department and from internal affairs.

Yvette Walker of the Police Department said police do not know what the motive was.











Suspects sought in shooting death of cop's wife
The Detroit News
December 28, 2007
http://www.detroitnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20071228/METRO01/712280337/1410/METRO0

DETROIT -- Detroit police are looking for suspects in the shooting death of Rose Cobb, who was killed in the passenger seat of her car as her police officer husband shopped in a Detroit pharmacy.

Police spokesman James Tate says Cobb had been shot at least once in the head. She was dead at the scene.

Tate said Cobb's husband was inside an east-side CVS Pharmacy at Jefferson and Dickerson about 9 p.m. Wednesday when shots were heard.

Cobb was shot through the vehicle's window, and nothing appeared to be taken. The shooter is believed to have left on foot.

"We are still seeking a motive since (it) does not appear that the victim was robbed," Tate said.

Police earlier reported the incident as a carjacking.

Tate said people were in the parking lot at the time of the shooting, but may have driven away in fear for their own safety.

Cobb, 47, was the wife of a sergeant on the Detroit Police Department assigned to the Eastern District station.










Vigil Held for Officer's Slain Wife
Detroit Fox News
Last Edited: Friday, 04 Jan 2008, 11:21 PM EST
Created: Friday, 04 Jan 2008, 11:17 PM EST
http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/myfox/pages/News/Detail?contentId=5399283&version=2&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=VSTY&pageId=3.2.1

There are still no suspects in the murder of a police officer's wife. Rose Cobb was gunned down last month in the parking lot of a CVS Pharmacy on the east side of Detroit. FOX 2's Ron Savage reports that friends and family held a vigil for her Friday.







Rose Cobb was gunned down while she sat in her van in a CVS store parking lot, while her husband, Sergeant David Cobb, was inside the CVS store. The case still remains unsolved.
On January 4, 2008 Rose's family held a candlelight vigil for Rose. Not in attendence at the vigil: one Sergeant David Cobb.





ALSO SEE:
ROSE COBB MURDER CASE

http//michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/12/rose-cobb-murder-case.html

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