CPL holder released after fatal shooting linked to basketball game in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Police have released a CPL holder who shot and killed a man involved in an argument over a basketball game in Roseville, according to authorities. Shayqun Harvey, 26, was at Basketball City in the 16000 block of Eastland Street in Roseville around 5:45 p.m. Tuesday (Oct. 20), police said. He returned with a gun and was shot by a CPL holder who wasn’t involved in the argument, according to police. I can’t get him back.”Police reviewed the case with the Macomb County Prosecutor’s Office and released the CPL holder from custody, they announced Thursday (Oct. 22). His family said he was also a CPL holder.
Argument over basketball game in Roseville leads to fatal shooting, police say
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – A fatal shooting at Basketball City in Roseville was over a basketball game, police said. ORIGINAL STORY: One person killed in shooting at Basketball City in RosevilleThe family of 26-year-old Shayqun Harvey are in agony. Police said Harvey left Basketball City, located in the 16000 block of Eastland Street, after an argument and returned with a gun. Authorities said a CPL holder who was not involved in the argument shot Harvey to death. UPDATE Oct. 22, 2020: The CPL holder has been released -- read here.
One person killed in shooting at Basketball City in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. – Police said one person was killed in a shooting Tuesday at Basketball City in Roseville. An individual left the building and then returned with a gun, firing shots at another person from the altercation. Police said a valid CPL holder intervened. The individual who had left and later returned was seriously injured and later pronounced dead at the scene. The valid CPL holder is currently in custody.