Three people were fatally shot and another wounded when two men opened fire at a house on the city's east side.
Police haven't determined a motive, but Deputy Chief James Tolbert tells The Detroit News that Monday night's attack was planned.
Spokesman John Roach tells the Detroit Free Press that two men, ages 24 and 33, and a 35-year-old woman were shot fatally in the head. A 37-year-old man from Macomb County's Harrison Township was shot several times before reporting the shootings about 9 p.m. He is hospitalized in critical condition.
Police describe one suspect as a thin man with a goatee who was carrying two handguns. The second suspect is described as a man with a heavy build. Both fled in a white Dodge Charger with Florida license plates.
Do you think that man with the goatee was holding the gun sideways and that's why he didn't kill the third guy? What happens when these guys fire two handguns simultaneously, holding both of them sideways? Do you think the recoil causes the upper barrels of the guns to meet and thereby steadies the shots?
The Florida license plate is the real clue. Obviously, the guns and the shooters came from gun-happy Florida to do their business in slightly-less-gun-happy Michigan.
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