Michigan Police arrest several suspects after gunman opened fire at traveling car, killing 2-year-old boy

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Detroit news, Michigan news.

Michigan State Police announced Saturday that several arrests have been made in connection with the road rage shooting death of a 2-year-old boy two days earlier.

Brison Christian and his 9-year-old brother were shot as they sat in their father’s Dodge Ram traveling on Interstate 75 at about 9:45 p.m.

The family was heading back home after the older child’s basketball training when a vehicle pulled up next to their car and started firing.

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  • “I believe they were looking for the same vehicle,” the grieving dad said. “I was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.”

    The toddler died at the scene while his brother sustained serious gunshot wounds and remains at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan.

    “The Special Investigation Section has made multiple arrests in the homicide of a two-year-old along I-75,” Police said.

    “This is still in the investigation stages, so bear with us as we continue to work this case.”