Bullets fly in Norton Shores; sparks fear in residents

(Updated with Surveillance Video) Residents expressed fears about violent crime encroaching into Norton Shores the day after six bullets rained down on a Shell gas station on Henry Street.
Krystle Wagner
May 23, 2012


Norton Shores Police Chief Daniel Shaw said a dark-colored SUV fired the shots at a red sedan parked at a gas pump. The incident occurred at about 1:14 a.m. Monday.

The SUV fled the station and drove south on Henry Street. The driver of the car was inside the gas station when the shots were fired. The car driver then fled the scene, going east on Sherman Boulevard, before police arrived.

Anyone with information is asked to call Silent Observer at 231-722-7463 or Norton Shores Police at 231-733-2691.

Read about resident concerns that Muskegon Heights crime might spread to Norton Shores by picking up your Wednesday edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.



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