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Michigan man accused of killing his mom arrested at Domino’s pizza shop

A Michigan man accused of killing his mother and going on the run was arrested Sunday after a police officer spotted him at a Domino’s pizza shop ordering food.

Joshua Hill, 25, was ordering stuffed cheesy bread when a Detroit police officer on patrol saw him, Fox 2 Detroit reported. 

“He (the officer) recognized him from the media reports, the pictures, and then the intel pictures we had,” Detroit Police Chief James White said.

“If you will kill your mother, you’ll do anything,” said Inkster Police Chief Bill Ratliff told the news outlet. 

In a statement, Wayne County Prosecutor Kim Worthy her office plans to bring Hill to justice. 

“Matricide is not a crime that is widely committed. We are alleging that Joshua Hill did just that. We are relieved that he has finally been found and taken into custody. We will now begin the process of bringing justice to the rest of his family,” she said. 

Hill is being held on a $1 million bond. 

Louis Casiano is a reporter for Fox News Digital. Story tips can be sent to


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