Psychiatric Hospital Releases Patient Without Treatment Leading to Police Shootout
Detroit Receiving Hospital

Michael Moza died after a high-speed pursuit from police. Prior to this, Moza was admitted to the Detroit Receiving Hospital’s psychiatric center after experiencing a mental health crisis. The hospital released Moza without medication. Due to the lack of medication, Moza was experiencing another mental health crisis and began shooting up a house. Police were able to identify the car tag and pursued Moza which lead to the incident that claimed Moza’s life. The Detroit Receiving Hospital has a record of releasing patients before properly treating them. More of this story here.

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Ricardo Munoz

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