DELTON (WKZO) -- A Barry County man is back home recovering from a gunshot wound that police believe may have been fired by the random gunman who has been terrorizing the I-96 Corridor for the past two weeks. He remains at large.
Livingston County Sheriff Bob Bezotte says they got two reports of cars being hit by gunfire on Saturday. A teen lost his back window to a bullet.
A half hour later, a bullet ripped through the door of a car and hit a man in the backside. At first Scott Arnold of Delton thought he lost a tire. He pulled into a gas station and realized he had been shot.
It’s the first time the gunman has actually hit anyone and they are pretty sure he will do it again.
Twelve thousand dollars in reward money is available for information that leads to his capture.They believe the gunman is driving a 1988 Chevy Cavalier and using a 9mm or a .40 caliber weapon.
Arnold initially refused the trip to the hospital, saying he just wanted to be patched up so he would use his World Series Ticket. He never made it to the game. He is reported in good, if disappointed condition.
They couldn’t remove the slug it was buried too deep in his posterior.