Ypsilanti man tells police he was shot in the leg while leaving area bar
A 33-year-old man shot in the calf told police the shooting occurred as he was leaving an Ypsilanti bar early today.
But police say they were unable to find any evidence of the shooting where the man said it occurred.
Officers were called to a St. Joseph Mercy Hospital early today, where a 33-year-old Inkster man was being treated for a gunshot wound to his right calf.
He told police he was leaving a bar in the 200 block of West Michigan Avenue when he was shot by two men. He did not provide a description of the men.
Officers were unable to find any evidence that a shooting had occurred, and the investigation is ongoing.
No further details were immediately available.