Shots fired during argument in Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot


HOLLAND, MI – No one was injured after gunshots were fired during a verbal argument in a Buffalo Wild Wings parking lot early Saturday morning.

Police were dispatched to the report of a verbal argument on Saturday, July 4 at 12:51 p.m., in the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings, at 2899 West Shore Drive in Holland, according to a press release published by the sheriff’s office. Ottawa County.

A group of people in the dispute allegedly left the area in a red Jeep before the police arrived, the statement said. As the suspects departed, a Jeep occupant fired several times with a handgun in the air, police said.

No one was hit by the bullets, the statement said.

Upon arrival, police reportedly found shell casings at the scene. Sheriff’s deputies searched the vehicle but could not find it, the statement said.

The incident is still under investigation by the sheriff’s office. Police are asking anyone with additional information to contact Silent Observer at 1-877-887-4536.

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