Michigan State Police is investigating a shooting Tuesday on Southfield Freeway northbound near I-96
State police said in a series of tweets that the shooting was reported by a witness.
A preliminary investigation revealed that a woman was cut off by a vehicle and she honked at the driver. A passenger in that vehicle fired a shot at the woman before the two occupants took off.
Police said the woman was not struck during the shooting. Investigators believe the vehicle may have been recently stolen.
The freeway was closed but has been reopened.
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The passenger of the suspect shot at her vehicle. The two occupants in the suspect vehicle fled topside. The victim was not struck during the shooting. Canines is assisting with a track and it appears the vehicle is a fresh stolen. Investigation continues.— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) November 3, 2020