Firebombing of Detroit home under investigation


DETROIT — The weekend firebombing of a Detroit family's home in which one person died and three were critically injured is under investigation.

The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News report the person who died in the about 6 a.m. Sunday attack is identified as Robert Inman, who was in his early 50s. No arrests or suspects were reported early today.

Witnesses told police they saw two men drive up to the house and throw a firebomb through the front window.

Police have said nine people were in the home at the time of the attack.

Updated information on the conditions of the three critically injured wasn't available. Several others were hurt.