Stray bullets hit daycare when gunfire breaks out through the custody change

SOUTHFIELD, MI – Two bullets went through a daycare window when gunfire broke out during a custody change in Southfield Monday morning, WXYZ Detroit reports.

Southfield Police responded to reports of gunfire at Sapphire Apartments at around 10 a.m. on Monday, September 20. The incident resulted from an exchange of custody and a dispute between the child’s father and the mother’s friend. Shots were fired as one of the men followed the other in their vehicles.

Two of the bullets went through a daycare window. Nobody was injured. The investigation continues.


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