Police Say Hwy 23 Incident Not A Shooting
BRIGHTON, Mich (FOX 17)—
Michigan State Police (MSP) say an incident on the highway Monday morning near I-96 and Highway 23 is not related to the other shots being fired on I-96 in Livingston County. MSP say they area still investigating whether a rock went through a vehicle window.
A West Michigan man was injuried Sunday when a bullet hit him as he drove along I-96 near Fowlerville. Scott Arnold, 46, of Delton, was treated for a wound to his buttocks and has been released. The bullet went through the driver side door of his car as he drove to Detroit to see the Tigers in the World Series. He has since been released.
The Michigan State Police post in Brighton confirmed with FOX 17 News that they were investigating a report of another shot fired along US-23 southbound north of I-96.
The first call was received around 9 a.m.
The police activity has slowed traffic on southbound US-23 between M-59 and I-96.