Police responded to an accident overnight at the Oshtemo Twsp. Meijer, when they were told a customer defended off a criminal who assaulted fellow customers and employees after committing some sort of crime,
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety says that around 10:30pm April 29, two victims said that they were approached in an alleyway near the 1200 block of Hays Park, by two men who tried to sell them marijuana. The victims refused, leading to one suspect pulling out a gun and firing a shot into the ground before fleeing on foot; the second suspect then stole the victim’s vehicle and drove off.
Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Deputies originally went to the Pavilion Estates Mobile Home Park in Pavilion Township around noon Wednesday to talk with a couple parked in a vehicle, after the owner of a trailer said the two had been squatting on his property. When deputies approached, they say the man got out of the car and pulled out a gun, firing one shot into the air.
The Battle Creek Public Schools say Thursday morning that authorities in Springfield let them know there was an active shooter situation in the area of Valley View Elementary and Springfield Middle School; as a result, the district made the call to cancel classes.
Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety officers responded to the residence in the 900 block of North Burdick St. around 4am Saturday, and arrived to find the 26-year-old with gunshot wounds; he was rushed to the hospital, but was pronounced dead.
Kids can be so cruel, but never has the subject of bullying been more seriously discussed. Be the Change in Marshall aims to shine a light on this difficult topic while simultaneously raising money for the families affected by the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.