Michael Moza recently turned 30 and is diagnosed with Schizophrenia. Moza fired 13 bullets into a home in southwest Detroit. No one was injured and Moza wasn’t labeled a suspect at the time. Afterwards, Moza was working as an election poll worker when he experienced a mental health episode. After being brought to the Detroit Receiving Hospital’s psychiatric crisis center, Moza was released hours later without any medication. When Moza was released, he went back to that same house and fired bullets again. Police caught Moza’s license tag and engaged in a high-speed pursuit. Multiple shots were fired during the pursuit and Moza died after crashing into a parked truck.
Hours before he died, Pittsburgh Jail released an autistic man with intellectual disability from custody
Pittsburgh Institute for Non-Profit Journalism: “Anthony Talotta, 57, died Wednesday at UPMC Mercy Hospital after he was found unresponsive in his cell at the Allegheny