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Flint Matches Homicide Record of Two Years Ago

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The City of Flint matched its homicide total from two years ago when a man was found dead inside a car on Sunday evening.

According to MLive, the man was found around 5:30 p.m. at Myrtle and Milbourne avenues. Few details about the homicide have been released. Law enforcement from Flint, Genesee, and the Michigan State Police were investigating at the scene. Authorities closed the intersection to investigate. The car had gone off the road and rammed into fencing.

A door to the vehicle stood open with the headlights on in a resident’s yard. The resident said she heard gunshots from an area across the street, saw the car slide and run into the fence and then called 911 twice before going outside.

 

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