Shots Fired Into Crowd At Candlelight Vigil Being Held For Man Killed Sunday

DETROIT (WWJ) — Shots were fired Monday night at a candlelight vigil being held in Detroit for a man who was shot and killed on Sunday.

Police tell WWJ Newsradio 950 that two people were shot at the vigil, which was being held for a 23-year-old victim who was killed while sitting in his car in the same area on Sunday evening.

A vehicle drove by the gathering, firing shots into the crowd near the 9200 block of Knodell on the city’s east side.

A 55-year-old woman and 50-year-old man shot at the vigil are expected to survive, police say.

An investigation is on going.

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One Comment

  1. Pamela says:

    There has to be cameras in the location where this young man was shoot on Sunday. Street Cameras are an deterrence to crime. Detroit wake up! There’s a better safety plan that needed for this state. Lets do better!

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