Roundup: Coverage of the Michigan freeway shootings
Police are ramping up efforts to find the suspect in 24 Michigan freeway shootings this month, mostly around the Interstate 96 area in Shiawassee, Ingham, Livingston and Oakland counties.
The reward for information on the shooter was increased this afternoon, after what was thought to be the 25th shooting occurred. After initial reports of a shooting on U.S. 23 near I-96 Monday morning, police have said that a projectile that was not a bullet likely made a hole in a female driver's car window.
Police say they're devoting more resources to a task force to find the shooter. At least one motorist has been injured in the shootings.
Here's a roundup of coverage from AnnArbor.com and MLive.com:
Courtney Sacco | AnnArbor.com
- FBI, ATF boost reward in Michigan freeway shootings to $102,000
- Police: Incident reported on U.S. 23 near I-96 not believed to be shooting
- Man stopped on way to work in Ann Arbor as police search for I-96 shooter
- Michigan's I-96 shooter: Police find hole in car on U.S. 23
- Another I-96 freeway shooting reported Monday; state police investigating north of Ann Arbor
Coverage from MLive.com:
- Michigan's I-96 area shootings stretch across 4 counties, on and off freeway
- Motorists seek alternate routes to avoid crossing I-96 gunman's path
- Digest of I-96 shooter: Follow along with MLive coverage updates
- Victim of I-96 Michigan shooter recovering, calls experience 'terrifying'
- Report: Grand Rapids area man traveling to World Series game injured in rash of shootings on I-96
- Ingham County Sheriff's Office: Vehicle shot during road rage incident near Webberville