Driver Has Windows Shot Out by BB Gun in Pontiac

Driver Has Windows Shot Out by BB Gun in Pontiacroyal_services

(Oakland County Sheriff’s Dept., Feb. 20, 2015)

INCIDENT: 0258 Hrs. Feb. 7 City of Pontiac- Shooting MDOP #15-19061

SUMMARY: Deputies were dispatched to the 500 block of Markle for the report of a vehicle that had been shot at. Deputies arrived and the victim stated that he was traveling north on Saginaw nearing Montcalm when a silver car passed him in the left turn lane as they sideYOUpinkapproached the light. The victim stated that as he approached the intersection to make a right turn onto Montcalm he saw the passenger hold up a gun and as he was turning, he heard multiple shots strike the windows of his vehicle. The victim continued driving to the Markle address to inspect the vehicle. The victim discovered that the rear and side windows were broken. The victim then contacted OCSO. Deputies checked the area for the suspects/vehicle and also searched the area of Saginaw and Montcalm for shell casings; nothing was found.   

OUTCOME OF INCIDENT: The victim’s car was taken to the Substation and detectives inspected the damage. The damage was determined to be caused by a BB gun. Detectives are continuing the investigation.Reid_Sally_115

SUSPECT(S): 2 black males 18-23 years old. Suspect driver- unknown clothing description. Suspect passenger- wearing a dark colored hoodie. Suspect vehicle unknown model silver car.

VICTIM: 22 year old male Pontiac Resident.

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