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Woman seriously injured in shooting; one person in custody

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WYOMING, Mich. -- A woman has been hospitalized with serious injuries following a shooting in Wyoming early Thursday morning.

It happened at around 6:00 a.m. inside a home near 2400 Meyer Ave SW. Wyoming Police say the victim, a 32-year-old woman, is in a local hospital in serious, but stable condition.

The suspect, a 53-year-old Wyoming man, is in custody.  He is expected to be arraigned Friday. His name will be released after his arraignment.

Wyoming Police say that there was another woman in the home at the time and she was shot at, but not injured.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Wyoming Department of Public Safety at 616-530-7300.

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4 comments

  • Zach

    Probably another south side scumbag shotting his ex over $20 worth of drugs. Wyoming is turning into GR’s ghetto. We need to up the zoning laws or something.

  • Velence

    I knew Sam he took good care oh hiss children. Born in Saginaw MI my hometown He was a protecter of his fam I understand whaat possibly could have led up to this horrifing tragity…Im still in utter shock…Vee

    • Velence

      I knew Sam he took good care oh his children. Born in Saginaw MI my hometown He was a protecter of his fam I dont understand what possibly could have led up to this horrifing tragity…Im still in utter shock…Vee

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