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Monday, July 2, 2007
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

Shots fired at Geddes apartment complex

Shooting tied to
incident at local
restaurant, police say
By JESSICA VOSGERCHIAN
Managing News Editor

pects shot at a car in which three
people were waiting to pick up a
friend, a female South Quadrangle
resident, said Ann Arbor Police Sgt.
Rich Kinsey.
Kinsey said a victim from the
attacked car told police that short-
ly after he and his companions
arrived at the apartments, a vehicle

Several residents of the apart- carrying the suspects pulled into
ments at 1316 Geddes Avenue awoke the driveway of the parking lot.
early last Friday morning to the As the South Quad woman walked
sound of bullets being fired in their from the building to get in the vic-
building's parkinglot. tims' car, about six people got out
At about 4 a.m., one or more sus- of the second car and approached
the victims. At least one of the six
then pulled a gun and began to
shoot, and soon after, the suspects
Serving returned to their vehicle and sped
Ann Arbor away eastward on Geddes.
No one was hurt, but Kinsey said
since 1980 several bullets hit the victims' vehi-
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Several bullets punctured the back window and trunk of LSA senior Han Row's
2002 Jaguar during a shooting at a Geddes Avenue apartment complex June 29.

cle and another car parked nearby.
Several people involved with the
incident were also present during a
fight an hour earlier at Bell's Pizza
on Packard Street and the shoot-
ing might have been related to what
happened there, Kinsey said.,
"The motive is still under investi-
gation," he said. "But the proximity
in time suggests it was involved with
Bell's."
Police had received a report at
3:07 a.m. concerning 10 to 20 people
fighting at Bell's, but when officers
arrived at the scene minutes later
everyone involved had left, Kinsey
said. Because the victims said they
drove to Ypsilanti between being at
Bell's and the apartments on Ged-
des, and because an hour passed
between the two incidents, police
think the second encounter, while
related, was coincidental and not
the result of one group having fol-
lowed the other.
LSA senior Han Row, a resident
of the apartment building, identi-
fied the other car that was shot in
the parking lot as his black 2002
Jaguar, a gift from his parents. Row
said the shooting woke him up,

but that he thought the sound was
something falling down the build-
ing's metal stairs. In the morning,
he woke to find that bullets had
shattered the back window and
pierced the trunk of his car.
Both the fight at Bell's and the
shooting are under investigation. At
least one victim of the shooting came
forward to police today. Kinsey said
two injured individuals involved in
the fight came to the police station to
report the incident at 5 a.m. The two
then received medical treatment at
the hospital, but they did not need to
be transported by ambulance.
Police are asking anyone with
information about either incident to
call their tip line at (734) 996-3199.
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