DETROIT – Larry Turner recorded video of someone shooting into a Detroit home on a Sunday morning.
“I wasn’t prepared for what I saw,” Turner said.
The video shows a young man unloading a handgun into a home on Margareta Street. At least 16 shots were fired.
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4 Fast Facts
- The Local 4 Defenders have obtained a deputy’s call to 911 detailing from start to finish how he was headed to work and out of the no where, another driver pulled up beside him and fired a shot. Click here to read more.
- Bloomfield Hills High School is transitioning to a fully remote schedule because of the number of substitute teachers quarantining. Click here to read more.
- One woman drove halfway across the country to cast her vote. There has been a lot of concern this year about voting by mail, absentee voting and how long it’s going to take to count votes. Click here to read more.
- One person was killed in a two-vehicle crash on 8 Mile Road in northwest Detroit on Monday. Click here to read more.
What’s going to happen when residents around Michigan go to the polls Tuesday to vote in the General Election? “People are upset,” said Andy Arena, of the Detroit Crime Commission. “People are ready to take action. One little incident could set someone off, so from a law enforcement standpoint, that is what you are worried about.”
Going into this year, districts made it clear, plans would be flexible depending on the spread of COVID-19. With the number of new cases rising fast, they say the situation has reached a level where students will need to stay home.
With increasing COVID-19 cases, there’s a distinct possibility that someone in your home could test positive for coronavirus. If they do, a new paper from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show there’s a good chance COVID-19 will spread to other family members, and quickly.