5 Things to know for Friday, August 22

Posted at 6:12 AM, Aug 22, 2014
and last updated 2014-08-22 06:11:51-04

The top five stories FOX 17 is covering this Friday:

1.  3 people injured in mobile home park stabbing

west river drive mobile home stabbingA woman and two men were injured following an overnight stabbing at the Brook Haven Mobile Home Park on West River Drive in Plainfield Township. Police responded around 1:15 a.m. on August 22 and found the victims. The woman had serious injuries, and was taken to the hospital for a laceration on her back. Two other men had minor injuries. A suspect was found at a nearby home and was taken into custody. Read more: 3 people injured in stabbing at mobile home park

2. 17-year-old killed in Muskegon Heights drive-by shooting

Daquaruis Love, 1daquaruis love musk heights shooting7, was killed in a drive-by shooting in Muskegon Heights, along Peck Street and Hume Avenue just after midnight on August 21. Family says he was walking to a party when a vehicle pulled up and someone opened fire, hitting Love in the chest. Love’s death is the seventh in a string of murders that have occurred this year. Love’s friend, Marquis Gresham, was also shot and killed in the streets during a drive-by. Anyone with information is asked to call Silent Observer at 231-72-CRIME. Read more: Murdered teen’s grandmother condemns ‘senseless’ violence

3. Animals seized from home up for adoption

dog hoarding,jpegAlmost 40 dogs were seized from an alleged animal hoarder’s home back in June, and starting today, some of them will be available for adoption at the Kent County Animal Shelter. Kimberly Savino was accused of hoarding the animals, and originally had until August 15 to pay $106,000 to care for the animals or lose them. In order to adopt an animal, you must fill out an application from the animal shelter and provide proof that animals are allowed in your home. Read more: 37 Dogs found inside home will be eligible for adoption

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4. Last Movies in the Park tonight

This year’s Movies in the Park series will wrap up with a special double feature on the giant, inflatable screen. Tonight’s showing will include “The Sandlot” and “Jurassic Park.” Pre-movie activities start at 7 p.m. at Ah-Nab-Awen Park and the film will begin at dusk. Costumes are encouraged, and prizes will be awarded to the best dressed attendees. Be sure to bring chairs, blankets, and snacks. Vendors will also be at the park selling snacks. Read more: Movies in the Park comes to a close with special double feature

5. 28th Street Metro Cruise starts today

metro cruiseThe 10th annual 28th Street Metro Cruise begins today in Wyoming. A pre-cruise party will start at 4 p.m. and go until 8 p.m. at Performance Automotive. The cruise will also feature vendors and live music at Rogers Plaza in the evening, as well as a pin-up girl contest. On Saturday, the event will start at 9 a.m. and will feature appearances from Jimmy Shine. Read more: 28th Street Metro Cruise