Two seriously injured in early morning shooting in Robinson Township

Becky Vargo • May 21, 2019 at 11:39 AM

ROBINSON TWP. — Two men suffered life-threatening injuries in a shooting early Tuesday in Robinson Township.

Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a residence in the 14000 block of 108th Avenue shortly before 12:30 a.m. Deputies found a 43-year-old Ravenna man and a 57-year-old Robinson Township man suffering from gunshot wounds.

An ambulance transported both men to a Muskegon-area hospital.

Police said that there are no outstanding suspects in the incident.

Capt. Mark Bennett of the Sheriff’s Office said that it appeared the 43-year-old man was visiting the home of the 57-year-old man. The two were reportedly friends.

“At some point, just after midnight this morning, both subjects received gunshot wounds to their upper body areas,” Bennett said Tuesday. “It also appears as though some sort of disagreement occurred just prior to the shooting.”

The detective said that two other people were in the kitchen of the home at the time. Those two people were not hurt and are being questioned by detectives.

A weapon was recovered at the scene.

Bennett said that it is possible that one of the injured men fired the rounds that caused the gunshot wounds to both men.

The incident remains under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office. Anyone with information is asked to call Silent Observer at 877-887-4536 or leave a tip online at www.mosotips.com.

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