Detroit nurse kidnapped after her shift, found dead inside her trunk

In a chilling turn of events, a Detroit-based nurse was discovered dead in her car trunk after being abducted as she finished her work shift. Law enforcement officers are fervently searching for the suspect, identified by the victim’s family as a former romantic partner.

Patrice Wilson, aged 29, was allegedly abducted by 36-year-old Jamere Miller around 7:40 a.m. Saturday in the parking area of the DMC Detroit Receiving Hospital. She was about to enter her 2020 Lincoln Nautilus when the incident occurred.

Authorities revealed that the suspect then drove the car towards the intersection of I-75 and Mack Avenue. Miller was last seen disguising himself with a blonde wig.

Tragically, Wilson’s body was later found in the trunk of her car near her residence at Pavilion Court in Novi, near I-275. She had sustained a gunshot wound.

In a heartfelt plea for justice, Wilson’s mother, Roslind Livingston, urged the public to aid in the manhunt. She further underscored the cruelty of the timing, as Wilson’s son was deprived of celebrating Mother’s Day with his mother.

Livingston, who shares the same workplace as her daughter, disclosed that Wilson and Miller had once been in a relationship. She claimed that her daughter had been attempting to distance herself from Miller, recognizing his toxic influence.

The hospital where the victim worked expressed profound grief at the tragic loss, offering counseling services to its staff. In an official statement, spokesperson Brian Taylor extended heartfelt condolences to Wilson’s family, friends, and colleagues, acknowledging the immense dedication of both Wilson and her mother to the hospital. He emphasized Wilson’s cherished status, noting her significant impact as a co-worker and a dear friend to many at DMC.