Suspect Charged in Kalamazoo Double Shooting

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Clifton Earl Davis

Clifton Earl Davis (Photo Courtesy: Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety)

KALAMAZOO, Mich (May 1, 2014) – A man accused of shooting two people in Kalamazoo is being held behind bars without bond after being officially charged today.

35-year-old Clifton Earl Davis faces two counts of Assault with Intent to Murder and other felony weapons charges after the incident near Trimble Avenue and East Main Street on Sunday.

Around 4:30 p.m., responding officers found a 23-year-old Kalamazoo resident suffering from a gunshot wound to the foot, and a 24-year-old Kalamazoo resident that had been shot in the back.  The 24-year-old was last listed in stable condition.  The other victim was treated and released.

Detectives arrested Davis on Tuesday in the 2000 block of Inverness Lane without incident.

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  • dogsnot

    enjoy all your new friends and lovers in the new digs. dying slowly over the next 4 decades sounds appropriate…

  • DWT

    BUT-The mainstream media refuses to ackollage the real issue and instead blame lawful gun owners and NRA member for street crime.
    Instead of addressing the real problem they use a lie to push control.
    Do you think gun control will stop criminals from committing crimes?
    The gun used in the above crime wasn't legal and the man was not legally allowed to own a gun..
    Im getting tired of the BS

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