Deputies: 2 men injured in shooting in Pontiac, 4 teens in custody
PONTIAC, Mich. – Two men, ages 21 and 18 years old, were injured in a shooting early Sunday morning in Pontiac. Upon their arrival, deputies located the two victims, who are from Rochester Hills and Sterling Heights. One of the victims told deputies that they had parked in the area of Warren Avenue and Wayne Street and contacted a friend about the location of a party they planned to attend. After canvassing the area and locating the suspect vehicle involved, four Pontiac residents -- two 17-year-olds, an 18-year-old and a 19-year-old -- were taken into custody hours after the shooting during a traffic stop. Deputies located multiple 9mm shell casings in the area as well as surveillance video that captured the incident.
Detroit event to offer free vaccinations, flu shots for children on Sept. 12
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For $275K, a classic West Village duplex that needs renovating
West Village property values are sky high at the moment, and its rare that buildings can be bought for less than $100 per square foot. But not surprisingly for that price, youll need to put some work into it. According to the listing, the two-story brick building on Lafayette Street was built in 1912. But the floors, trim, and staircase are original and seem mostly salvageable. 7949 E. Lafayette Street is listed with Vincent Mazzola of OConnor Real Estate for $275,000.detroit.curbed.com
Detroit teen who went missing Saturday found safe
DETROIT – Detroit police were searching for a missing 16-year-old who was last seen Saturday at her high school in the 3000 block of east Lafayette Street at around 2:20 p.m. by her sister, who attends the school. Shirley Shelly is described as a 16-year old black woman, 5 feet, 3 inches tall, weighing 120 pounds with shoulder-length black curly hair. UPDATE: She has been found safe. Shelly was last seen wearing a gray and turquoise jacket, green sweater, white Polo shirt, black and blue jeans and pink and yellow knee-high rubber boots. If you have any information call police at 313-596-1140.