Shootout leads to 1 dead on Detroit’s west side
Right now Detroit police are working to track down the suspect involved in a shooting that left a man in his twenties dead on Detroit’s west side.
People who live in the area of Rosemont and Warren say it is usually a quiet neighborhood.
According to police, that is where two people apparently got into a fight. The altercation then took a deadly turn.
Police tell Fox 2 that the victim in this case started firing at the other person first and then the suspect returned fire shooting the victim several times. The man eventually died from his injuries.
We are told his friend pulled him into a car and drove off but lost control and hit a building in the 16000 block of west Warren. Police also found two handguns at that location.
Police have not released the name of the victim and they are still looking for the suspect who shot him but do not have a good description of the suspect to release at this time … click here for more details!
3 seriously injured after shooting on Detroit’s west side
Three people were injured Sunday at 3:15 a.m. while standing outside a small gathering at Campbell Street and Warren Avenue on Detroit’s west side.
Police say the victims, a 23-year-old woman, 23-year-old man and 18-year-old man, saw headlights coming down the street and heard shots. All three were shot and taken to the hospital.
Police say non arrests have been made and there is not a suspect description … click here for more details!
Historic Park Avenue Hotel successfully imploded Saturday
It took just seconds but the historic Park Avenue Hotel was successfully imploded Saturday morning.
The implosion of the vacant 22-story building is to make way for the new entertainment district which will also be the new home of the Detroit Red Wings.
The building has been vacant for many years but was named to the National Register of Historic Places … click here for more details!
Written by LBeasley (Lauren Beasley), Digital Producer of The Morning Heat and Sports Editor of Radio One Detroit
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