Police seek security video of suspect vehicle from Battle Creek shooting


    Police seek security video of suspect vehicle from Battle Creek shooting. (WWMT/File)

    Battle Creek police requested people check their security cameras along a route that was possibly taken by suspects of a Sunday shooting.

    Police said four people were involved in a shooting at Kendall Street and Dickman Road. After interviewing two 22-year-old men and a 24-year-old man involved in the shooting, police believe the shots came from another vehicle.

    Anyone living along the following route was asked to check their security camera to see if any passing vehicles were captured between 3 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 27.

    The route is: Eldred Street between Capital Avenue Southwest and Meachem Avenue; Meachem Avenue between Eldred Street and Upton Avenue; Upton Avenue between Meachem Avenue and South Kendall Street; and South Kendall Street between Upton Avenue and West Dickman Road.

    Wendell C. Daniels, 23, Battle Creek, was found unresponsive in a car with multiple bullet holes at the intersection of West Dickman Road and South Kendall Street. Police said the two of the other people were also shot, but have been released from the hospital. The fourth man was not injured.

    Police are investigating if the shooting was related to any of the other shots-fired incidents, including one on Laura Lane on Sunday morning and Sherman Road on Monday afternoon.

    Anyone with video or information about the shooting can reach the Battle Creek Police Department at (269) 781-0911 or Silent Observer at (269) 964-3888.

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