Michigan State Police gun range may be cause of stray bullets hitting Northville Twp. homes

By Steve Garagiola - Reporter/Anchor , John Steckroth - Editor

NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. - An investigation is underway after several homes in a Northville Township neighborhood were hit by stray bullets and the shots may have come from a Michigan State Police gun range.

Michigan State Police have a gun range behind a forensic laboratory on Seven Mile Road, between Haggerty and Northville roads.

Last year, two homes were hit by stray bullets. The gun range was shut down and modifications were made to ensure the neighborhood's safety.

Now, another home was hit by a bullet. 

A resident on Crestview Circle came home to find his front door shattered and a bullet on the ground.

The Northville Township Police Department investigated and passed the recovered bullet on to MSP to see if it is one their rounds.

The gun range was shut down until the investigation is complete.

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