28 people shot in violent weekend in Detroit

4 fatal shootings; 24 non-fatal shootings

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DETROIT – Gunshots are so common on one block on Detroit's west side that neighbors at times say the sounds become background noise.

Over the weekend shots rang out all over the city.

Local 4 obtained an alarming video of a fight at Manor and Keeler that ended with gunfire. It happened last May on the same block where aa 15-year-old girl was hit during a drive-by shooting on Sunday night.

Neighbors say gunfire is the norm. Over the weekend there were four deadly shootings and 24 non-fatal shootings across the city of Detroit -- from the east side to the west side. At Hazelridge and Brock, dice and beer cans remained at the scene Monday where one man was shot and killed and three others were injured.

An argument outside a party store at McNichols and Wildemere ended with a 51-year-old man shot and killed. Crime scene tape went up on blocks across the city over the weekend.

The people who live around the violence are afraid to speak up and are tired of taking cover in their own homes.

Detroit police are in the midst of putting more officers on the streets. For many that help can't come soon enough.

The amount of fatal shootings are up slightly -- 2 percent -- so far this year. Non-fatal shootings are up 5 percent.