Two teens, two toddlers injured in park shooting

DETROIT, MI – A dreadful shooting in Detroit has resulted in a 17-year-old boy being charged with attempted murder. The incident, which occurred near Faust and Westfield avenues on May 1, shortly before 9 p.m., led to the injuries of two teenagers and two toddlers.

Police who arrived at the scene found an 18-year-old woman with a gunshot wound to her head and another shot in the back. A 6-year-old girl was found shot in the leg, and a 2-year-old boy had a gunshot wound in his buttocks.

Authorities suggested that the incident originated from a confrontation between one of the teens and an unidentified woman. The confrontation escalated into a physical altercation. Police say that during the fight, 17-year-old Alvin Noble fired multiple gunshots at the teen and three innocent bystanders.

Despite the horrifying event, the four victims are expected to survive. The two children, who had no involvement in the incident, have been released from the hospital and are on their way to full recovery.

Following Alvin Noble’s arrest on May 6, he was formally charged on Thursday, May 9. The list of charges includes four counts of assault with the intention to murder and four counts of assault with intention to do great bodily harm. Additionally, he’s been charged with one count of carrying a weapon with unlawful intent, one count of carrying a concealed weapon, as well as nine counts of felony firearm. Noble is being charged as an adult.