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One Man Dead, Three Men Injured In Shooting At A House Party

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Muskegon Scene

Shooting Scene

FRUITLAND TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The Muskegon County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a shooting that happened in the 2300 block of McMillan Road that took the life of one man and injured three other men.

Muskegon County Sheriff Dean Roesler says the shooting happened around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning when a group of uninvited guests showed up at a party.

The two groups started fighting and that’s when shots were fired.  Roesler tells FOX 17 that the deceased victim is 21-year-old Gary Ogreen who graduated from Reeths-Puffer High School in 2011.

22-year-old Julius Pamer was shot in back, 23-year-old, Nicholas Gifford was shot in the leg and 19-year-old Cody Sharlow was shot in the stomach and hip. Pamer was treated and released from the hospital, while Sharlow is in critical condition and Gifford is in serious condition at a local Muskegon Hospital.

Detectives are now looking at possible surveillance video from a B.P. Gas Station down the road from the house that the suspects may have stopped at before the shooting.

The Muskegon County Sheriff’s Department is currently interviewing witnesses and have the names of possible suspects but are still investigating.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Muskegon Silent Observer at 231-846-8477

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