Memorial Day weekend has several shootings in Detroit on Four Times Shooting in Greektown

Four Shooting at 12:50 in an Alley in Front of Monroe and Beaubien, said Assistant Chief Arnold Williams of the Detroit Police Department

said in an interview, that was posted on the department's Facebook page that a group met in the alley and their conversation became argumentative, and that argument t The age and gender of the victims were not immediately stated, but Williams said that three of the four victims were in were in critical condition and one was in the stable.

The police responded quickly, believing that they had found a participant in the shooting in a hospital with the help of videos taken from the area. It is assumed that the person found in the hospital is one of the victims who is in critical condition.

Police recover two weapons from the scene.

When the investigation began, Williams offered a warning: "If you come to the city and have bad intentions, it will have consequences … We want to emphasize that downtown is a safe area corner."

Greektown, the area of ​​filming, also hosts Detroit's first Green Light Corridor project.

The Memorial Day weekend began with a violent outburst with four shootings on three parties – one of them a death – on early Sunday morning, police said.

The violence started with a shooting on the 19100 block of Healy at 12:25 pm This is north of East Seven Mile and east of Ryan.

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