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    Detroit orders bar shuttered after 4 a.m. quadruple shooting leaves one dead

    Detroit — Continuing a crime-fighting plan that includes shutting down businesses that allow illegal activity, the city’s interim police chief Tuesday ordered the closure of a southwest Detroit bar where four customers were shot, one fatally, hours after closing time.

    Red’s Park-In Bar on Central Avenue, the site of the 4 a.m. shooting Monday that left a 23-year-old man dead, has been the site of 42 police runs since 2016, interim chief James White said during a press briefing outside the bar.

    Monday’s other shooting victims, ages 18, 26 and 38, are expected to recover, White said.

    “We believe the shooting was the result of an earlier argument at about 2:30 a.m.,” White said. “A few hours later, two suspects wearing masks drove a dark-colored SUV southbound through the alley and shot into a crowd of people on the patio (in the rear of the bar). Four people were shot, one fatally.

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