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Strelski incident izgovor za zaostritev zakonodaje?
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Citat:Clash between 2 families led to shooting that injured 7, says cruise operator owner

By Tom Greenwood and George Hunter
The Detroit News

The Detroit River Princess, scene of late-night shooting, is docked on the Detroit River near Hart Plaza on Monday.
The Detroit River Princess, scene of late-night shooting, is docked on the Detroit River near Hart Plaza on Monday. (Ankur Dholakia/Detroit News)

Detroit— An argument between two families aboard a riverboat cruise sparked a shooting spree that left seven people wounded after a person disembarked and grabbed a gun.

The incident occurred shortly after 1 a.m. Monday after 500 passengers departed the Detroit Princess after attending the Hot 107.5 "On Deck Sunday" Moonlight Cruise.

"We were walking off boat at about 1:15, and I'm hearing women arguing outside (on the dock)," said Keith Gillespie, 45, assistant promotions director for Radio One Detroit, which coordinated the cruise.

"Then I heard what I thought was a firecracker — then I realized it was gunfire. I'm backing up into the boat; people are running; women are hollering. I saw women laying in the grass … shot."

The shooting left one person in critical condition with a back wound, and six with minor injuries to arms, legs and feet, according to police.

"According to police, there was a family feud and two groups got into an argument," said John Chamberlain, CEO of CJC Cruises Inc. "One woman called her boyfriend and told him to bring a gun down to the dock. She got off the boat, got the gun from the boyfriend and started shooting at the other family as they got off the boat.

"She really went kind of crazy and pulled the trigger a lot of times."

According to Chamberlain, the family being shot at retrieved a gun from a car and started shooting at the woman and her boyfriend as they fled the scene.

"They hit the boyfriend, and apparently, he's the one who was seriously injured," Chamberlain said. "The other six people were only slightly injured, mostly nicked. This was really an ugly incident."

Police have interviewed the wounded boyfriend and have obtained the identity of the woman who started the shooting spree, Chamberlain said.

Initial information from the Detroit Police Department mirrors Chamberlain's understanding of the incident.

According to Sgt. Alan Quinn, "some sort of altercation" aboard the boat culminated with a female recovering a weapon from a car and shooting wildly before fleeing. Police have not released a description of the woman or her car.

In November, the Detroit Princess cut short a weekend jaunt to Ohio because of a brawl onboard between a contingent from Toledo and other passengers and staff.

Passengers on that cruise were offered refunds or admission to a future dinner cruise.

"I've been doing this for 35 years, and I've had millions of passengers on my boat," Chamberlain said. "We're just like the airlines; we check every person for weapons who comes on board. And we do our best to stop problems right away."

Chamberlain started the Detroit Princess dinner cruises in 2005, when he purchased a 12-year-old vessel that had formerly served as a riverboat casino in Lake Charles, La.

The boat, which was once owned by a conglomerate that included former television personality Merv Griffin, endured four hurricanes over 7,000 miles when it first came to Detroit.

According to Chamberlain, the Detroit Princess over the years has been booked by churches, religious groups, wedding parties, graduation ceremonies, parties and the like.

Earlier in the evening the Detroit Princess hosted a gospel group on board.

According to Chamberlain, he's already had groups cancel their cruises because of the incident.

"I feel terrible about this, but it could happen to any business," Chamberlain said. "You can take all the precautions in the world, but someone could wait outside your business and do the same thing.

"There were 500 passengers on that cruise; 499 good people and one bad one."

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