Physical altercation results in quadruple shooting in Roseville

By: Brian Wells | Roseville-Eastpointe Eastsider | Published June 22, 2022

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ROSEVILLE — Police said five people, including three juveniles, were involved in a shooting Sunday in Roseville that left four injured.

At approximately 5:15 p.m. June 12, Roseville police responded to the shooting in the 27000 block of Kelly Road, which is north of 11 Mile Road.

According to a press release from the Roseville Police Department, two people in a dating relationship, one of whom is a Roseville resident, had an argument that escalated to a physical assault June 11. The following day, the non-Roseville resident in the relationship returned to the home with several other people, the press release states.

Another physical altercation occurred, which escalated into a shooting, the press release states. In a press release sent the night of June 12, Roseville Deputy Police Chief Mitch Berlin said officers arrived and encountered a chaotic scene but quickly took control.

“Officers quickly secured the scene and rendered aid,” he said.

The individuals involved, according to police, are a 37-year-old Shelby Township woman, a 21-year-old Harrison Township man, a 19-year-old Detroit woman, a 15-year-old juvenile and a 14-year-old juvenile.

The three adults and one juvenile were injured.

The injured individuals were transported to a local hospital for treatment, the press release states. One individual remained in serious condition, and a juvenile suspect was being detained at the Macomb County Juvenile Justice Center, police said June 13.

Berlin said in the June 12 press release that several firearms were recovered from the scene.

The incident is under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Roseville Police Department.