A shooting in Detroit that left 2 人们死了和 6 injured started after a parking dispute, 警察说

Two people were killed and six were injured while attending a birthday party at a Detroit home early Sunday after a man upset over a parking dispute allegedly opened fire on the group, 警察说.

巴黎伊曼纽尔马克龙和玛丽娜勒庞似乎是法国总统选举第一轮的主要候选人 2:40 上午. when a man who lived across the street from the party became upset about his driveway being blocked, the Detroit Police Department said in a Facebook帖子.
犯罪嫌疑人, who police haven’t named, shot from the first and second floors of his home and hadstrategically placed” 11 weapons throughout the residenceso as he moved through the home he would have access to these weapons,” Detroit Police Chief James White said at a 新闻发布会 星期一.
      Instead of contacting the police departmenthe decided to take matters into his own hands, engaging them and ultimately shooting up the home,” 白说.
        The suspect used ahigh-powered rifle,” Detroit Police Commander Michael McGinnis said at the news conference.
          Most of the eight gunshot victims were in their 30s and one is 19 岁, 麦金尼斯 说. One of the injured victims was in critical condition, White noted.
          The two people who died, a 39-year-old woman and a 38-year-old man, tried to drive themselves to a hospital but crashed before they could get there, 麦金尼斯 说.
          长官 “responded in record time,” 白说, and arrested the suspect, who is in his 30s and has a military background.
          The police chief called the mass shootinga crime that simply did not have to happen,” and noted the city tallied seven homicides and 24 non-fatal shootings over the past weekend.
          We understand that these numbers make media headlines, but to us, these represent people,” 白说. “These represent families, this represents children, this represents husbands, 妻子, brothers and sisters.
            According to the non-profit Gun Violence Archive, the US has had at least 387 mass shootings so far this year.
            Both the Gun Violence Archive and CNN define a mass shooting as one in which at least four people are shot, excluding the shooter.