Searching for Closure: Tragic Disappearance of Three Michigan Men

The search for closure has come to a tragic end. The bodies of three Michigan men who went missing after a performance they were heading to in Detroit was canceled are believed to have been found.

Montoya Givens, 31, Armani Kelly, 28, and Dante Wicker, 31, were traveling together for a show on Jan. 21 at Lounge 31 when it was canceled, Detroit police said. Their phones were shut off shortly after and no one could reach them.

The search for the men had become an urgent priority for their families and the Detroit Police Department. The vehicle they were believed to be driving was recovered in Warren on Jan. 23, officials say.

The search for the missing men ended in Highland Park, where the bodies were discovered. The discovery has left the families of the three men in great pain and anguish. Michael McGinnis, commander of Major Crimes with the Detroit Police Department, said of the incident, “The fact that the three of them are missing together is very concerning and very alarming for us.”

The families of the three men are desperate for answers. While the cause of death has yet to be determined, the families are hoping that the investigation will bring them the closure they need.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of Montoya Givens, Armani Kelly, and Dante Wicker during this difficult time. We hope that the investigation will uncover the truth and bring them the peace they deserve.