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Where 4 non-fatal shootings happened in Detroit overnight

Posted: 11:00 AM, Nov 16, 2019
Updated: 2019-11-16 11:00:52-05
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DETROIT (WXYZ) — Detroit police are investigating four non-fatal shootings that happened overnight.

Here's preliminary information from the Detroit Police Department.

Fenkell and Strathmoor

On Nov. 15 around 6:50 p.m., in the area of Fenkell and Strathmoor, a 24-year-old male victim was driving when he heard shots and felt pain. Police say shots may have come from someone inside of a gray Nissan SUV. The victim was privately taken to a local hospital for a graze wound to the body.

The circumstances surrounding this incident remain under investigation, police say.

2400 block of S. Ethel

On Nov. 15 around 11:02 p.m., in the 2400 block of S. Ethel, a 34-year-old male victim was pulling into his driveway when three men fired shots, striking him in the body.

Medics transported the victim to a local hospital, where he was treated and is in stable condition, according to police. The circumstances surrounding this incident are still under investigation.

8000 block of Brace

On Nov. 16, around 1:50 a.m., in the 8000 block of Brace, a 38-year old male victim and his friends were standing outside when shots were fired by unknown suspects standing at Brace and Belton, according to police.

A bullet struck the victim was hit in the body. He was taken to a nearby hospital and listed in stable condition.

Police are still investigating the shooting.

Van Dyke (unknown cross street)

On Nov. 16, around 2:19 a.m., a 28-year-old male victim was walking on Van Dyke when a dark-colored vehicle pulled up and someone inside fired shots, striking him in the body, police say.

He was privately transported to a local hospital and listed in stable condition. According to officers, the victim was unable to give a cross street.

The circumstances surrounding this incident are still being investigated.

If you have any information that can help Detroit police solve these cases, call Crime Stoppers at (800) SPEAK-UP.