A Google mapping truck caught an image of a man standing on a porch, with what appears to be a gun, at a home that looks like the same home where a baby died.
The mapping truck caught the image while driving through a neighborhood in Detroit. The home's address seems to be the same address where a baby was found dead earlier in the year, according to NY Daily.
Several images can now be seen on Google's Street View Map function, and those images show a group of young men standing around on a porch of a house that looks exactly like the home where 17-month-old Zyia Turner was discovered dead in her grandmother's closet.
According to ABC, five young men can be seen in the images. Four of the men can be seen standing behind the man with the gun, and all of them stare right into the camera. The camera also snapped a photo of the man pointing the gun right towards the camera.
According to CBS, the Wayne County Prosecutor, Kym Worthy, said that the gunman may not have necessarily committed a crime.
Worthy said that there are a lot of questions that would need to be answered, such as whether or not the home was the gunman's home because people do have the right to bear arms in their home. Worthy also said that it would make a difference if the person was a juvenile or an adult.
Worthy also said that in some circumstances, even pointing a gun at someone is not illegal, if the person felt threatened.