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Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Craigslist Cars: An auto industry craigslist Ferndale finished with a resident in the shooting and arrests Monday night in the middle of Eight Mile Road near Pinecrest, police said.

A resident of Detroit, James Morris, 28, is accused of firing two shots at a Ferndale resident in the 1300 block of the street after the teenage brother of Bertha Morris wanted to undo the auto sector. Morris was arrested Wednesday on charges of premeditated assault and could face four years imprisonment and / or a fine of $ 2,000, said Lt. Ferndale Police Detective William Wilson.

The trade took place last night, said Wilson. Morris teenage brother wanted to cancel the agreement but the parties could not agree. Monday night, Morris, her teenage brother, mother and one brother Morris Morris Bertha took home to meet Ferndale residents.

At about 9:15 on Monday, Ferndale police were responding to a fight in progress on the 1300 block of Bertha Wilson said. Moments before their arrival, a call to 911 reported shots had been fired and the suspects fled on Eight Mile Road, he said.

"An officer arrived on the scene and found a resident of 50 years, man, Bertha holding a metal pipe and standing on the street in front of her house," Wilson said.

The other officers continued to Eight Mile and found two men in the middle of the road near Pinecrest. The handguns were found on both men and they were arrested, "Wilson said. After an investigation, "said Wilson, one of the men were released.

Wilson said the car containing Morris, his brother and his mother, Bertha pulled up at home, Ferndale resident is out of the house screaming and the fight continues on the road. In contrast, two rounds had been fired, but was a resident, said Wilson.

According to Wilson, Morris told officers the shooting in self defense when Ferndale resident fired a gun at them, "said Mr. Wilson, but a shotgun was not recovered.

Who drove Bertha fled on foot, except the mother, who departed in his vehicle, said Wilson.

A guarantee has been sent Morris, which was set at $ 5,000 cash or 10 percent. Morris is scheduled for a pre-hearing review in Ferndale District Court at 13:00 on April 7.