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MI: Police search for hunter who shot at house

November 23, 2010

Police search for hunter who shot at house

MEMPHIS -- Police Chief Elena Danishevskaya said officers are continuing to search for a person who shot a house while hunting on Saturday. Police were called to a home in the 3500 block of Pratt Street about 11:30 a.m. after the residents reported a shotgun blast went through the north wall and into a couch. Two adults and a child were home, but no one was injured. Danishevskaya said anyone with information can call the department at (810) 392-2144. She said the hunter could be cited for careless use of a firearm.

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