Neighbors Told Police They Heard Kalamzazoo Shooter Fired a Gun Out His Back Door from Time to Time

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The Uber driver accused of shooting and killing six people in Michigan is expected to be arraigned on murder charges Monday. Authorities say Jason Dalton chose the victims at random, giving rides to people in between shootings. With more on this investigation, CBS News’ Anna Werner joins CBSN.

Kalamazoo shooting suspect, Jason Dalton, age 45, was arrested about 12:40 a.m. Sunday after shootings began at about 5:45 p.m. Saturday. The suspect was stopped in his black Chevrolet HHR, which matched the description of the vehicle associated with the shootings. Dalton apparently took fares working as an Uber driver between the shooting incidents.

Dalton had no criminal history, but neighbors report they heard shots fired out the back door of Jason Dalton’s residence from time to time. Some customers also reported that Dalton had been driving erratically and recklessly before the shootings.

On Saturday, February 20, 2016, six people were killed and two others injured in a series of random shootings that occurred at an apartment complex, outside a Cracker Barrel restaurant, and Seelye Kia Dealership in Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Police detained a 45-year-old Uber driver, Jason Brian Dalton.

A 14-year-old girl who was with four women at the Cracker Barrel parking lot, was initially presumed dead, but later was confirmed to have survived after one initial sign of survival — she squeezed her mother’s hand.

Jason Dalton is accused of killing six people and injuring two others in a random shooting spree across Kalamazoo, Michigan.

At least six people are dead and two others seriously wounded after a nearly seven hour shooting rampage across three locations in western Michigan. Police believe the gunman chose victims at random. A suspect is now in custody.

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