Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Mass Shooting at Muskegon Michigan Elks Charity Lodge - 3 Dead 5 Wounded

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A 20-year-old Muskegon woman shot during the deadly melee outside the Muskegon Elks Charity Lodge early Sunday has died after she was struck by gunfire and then run over by a vehicle trying to flee the scene, police said.

The incident was reported at 2 a.m. today, Sunday, Sept. 22, after reports of gunfire were heard outside the Elks Charity Lodge, 149 Ottawa, in the city of Muskegon.

Police arrived to find two males deceased outside the lodge, and the injured woman had been transported to a local hospital for her injuries where she later died.

The woman had been struck by gunfire first, then by a vehicle that ran her over when the driver was trying to flee the scene, police said.

A police official confirmed this morning that arrests have been made. He declined to give more information on those arrests at this time as the investigation is ongoing.

Five others suffered gunshot wounds as well. Those individuals remain hospitalized. Their conditions were not yet known, police said.

The lodge was the same location where another shooting incident occurred earlier this year. A Muskegon man was charged with weapons offenses in connection to that June incident.


  1. "In the weapons case, Raglin faces these charges: being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and lying to a peace officer in a violent crime investigation, both normally four-year felonies, and possessing a firearm while committing a felony, which carries a consecutive two-year sentence. Raglin is being charged as a third-time habitual offender based on two prior felony drug convictions, which could double his maximum penalty on the first two counts to eight years if he’s convicted."

  2. Another gunsuck who got his gun due to the failure of background checks. Probably got them at a gunshow, where gunsuck criminal gunowners sell them to other future criminals.