‘Projectiles’ hit 2 more vehicles on I-69

Posted at 9:12 PM, Sep 03, 2015

CALHOUN COUNTY, Mich. — Two more vehicles were damaged by “projectiles” on I-69 Thursday, according to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department.

The incidents are being investigated alongside a string of recent vehicle shootings along I-69 and I-94, according to a release.

The first incident happened when a car was damaged on northbound I-69 at the 54 mile marker in Eaton County.  The other involved a southbound semi truck damaged near the 42 mile marker in Calhoun County.

Officials have not confirmed that the projectiles that hit the vehicles were bullets.

The previous incidents happened between July 29 and Aug. 21 on I-94 between 11 Mile Road and I-69 and on I-69 between M-60 and Jonesville Road  in Branch County.

No injuries have been reported.

Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call Silent Observer at 269-781-9700.