George Mack court records reveal criminal past and domestic violence

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- George Mack is suspected of shooting and killing 26-year-old Edward Bell Sunday afternoon.

The suspect  has been on the run for two days now and authorities believe he may be in Benton Harbor, Chicago or Kalamazoo.

FOX 17 decided to check out Mack's record to find out more about his criminal history.

Records show Mack has a past of domestic violence, assault and drugs.  He was also arrested for a home invasion in July that may reveal his ties to the murder of Edward Bell.  Police said the victim may have died protecting his sister.

George Mack was charged July 4 for assaulting Erica Bell, the mother of his two kids. He was released on bond the same day, but was arrested the next day and charged with home invasion. He was also in violation in terms of that bond.

The judge made it very clear that Mack needed to stay away from Erica Bell. He soon denied any violations.

"I never showed up at her house or made contact with her," Mack said in a July court appearance.

Investigators stress that if you see George Mack do not approach him because he's considered armed and dangerous. If you any information as to where he might be call police or Silent Observer.




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