Police: Man grazed by bullet in Saginaw shooting - WNEM TV 5

Police: Man grazed by bullet in Saginaw shooting

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SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -

Authorities are investigating a shooting in Saginaw that left one man with minor injuries. 

Lt. Dave Kaiser with Michigan State Police said officers responded about 1:56 a.m. Friday, May 18 to a home near Washington Avenue and Sheridan Road. 

Two men said they were leaving the Vestry Apartments when someone opened fire on them. The men went to a house nearby and asked the resident to call for an ambulance but not to call police, Kaiser said. 

Officers were notified by dispatch of the situation. 

When they arrived at the home, they found a car with the rear window shot out. A 22-year-old Saginaw man had a minor injury when a bullet "grazed" his head and back, Kaiser said. The driver of the victim's car, a 30-year-old Saginaw man, suffered a panic attack but was not hit by gunfire. 

The shooter fled the scene in a vehicle, police said. 

Kaiser said the two men were not being cooperative with police and the location of where the shots were fired was not found. 

The investigation is ongoing. 

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