Brothers, 17 and 26, shot in drive-by on east side
Two brothers, ages 17 and 26, were wounded in a drive-by shooting Sunday night on Detroit's east side.
The drive-by took place about 8:30 p.m. on Lappin off Schoenherr, north of East Seven Mile.
Detroit police spokesman Dontae Freeman said the brothers were driving southbound on Schoenherr and turned right onto Lappin, headed east.
A black vehicle pulled up alongside, lowered its windows and fired shots, wounding both brothers before fleeing westbound on Lappin.
The 17-year-old was shot in his neck and was conveyed by medics to an area hospital. He's listed in critical condition.
The 26-year-old took a graze wound to the wrist and was conveyed privately to an area hospital. He's in stable condition.
Police are investigating.