Michigan State Police reopen NB Lodge lanes after freeway shooting

Michigan State Police have reopened northbound lanes on The Lodge at Davison after a freeway shooting Monday morning.

The regional dispatch center received a call at 3:50 a.m. Monday from a driver who said his car had been shot.

The victim continued driving home, where police found him safe.

A release from police said troopers that visited the Southfield resident's home were able to find bullet holes in his car.

The caller said he had left downtown driving north on M-10 when a Black male in a black Ford drove next him and started yelling at him.

Moments later, the suspect fired multiple shots into the passenger side of the car. 

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The caller didn't see which direction the shooter's vehicle went and advised it wasn't a road rage issue and wasn't aware of any issues he had with the suspect prior to the shooting. 

Police conducted a shell casing search Monday and found multiple. They were collected and will be processed.