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Early Morning Shooting on Southside

Officers responded to the front porch of a Southside home just after 8:00 am last Friday morning for reports of a gunshot victim.
Lieutenant Rick Jones and Officer John Rice arrived on scene to find a bleeding Michael Morrison sitting patiently on the front porch of an unidentified woman. Morrison was bleeding from his left side just under his armpit. A small amount of blood had begun to seep through his white t-shirt and gunshot residue could also be seen on Morrison’s skin. The owner of the home, who did not know Morrison, told police that he walked up to her porch and asked her to call 911.
Morrison told the officers that he had just left his home at Cypress Park on South Lehmberg and was on his way to go buy beer when he was approached by a man in a white car. He claims he heard a loud “POW!” that “sounded like firecrackers” as the driver of the vehicle shot at him. Morrison says he did not realize he had been shot and says he continued walking to find a phone so he could call 911. When questioned by police as to his exact location on Alabama, he responded with “where they sell manure” referring to Brown’s Farm Supply.
Lt. Jones sent Officer Ric Higgins, Kevin Moore and Vincent Samuels to canvas the area of Brown’s Farm Supply, The Ranch House and Pine Street for evidence but no sign of foul play was discovered.
Morrison told police conflicting stories about how exactly he ended up on 22nd Street, nearly four miles from where he claims he was shot. He originally stated that he was unaware he had been shot but as he was casino walking across the Luxapalila Bridge, his side began to sting. He later told investigators that an unknown white male in a pick up truck picked him up at the corner of Airline Road and Alabama and drove him to the Sunflower parking lot. He says he then walked to the Luxapalila Bridge where his stomach began to hurt. Morrison claims he then checked his stomach and noticed he was bleeding from his side. He says he then walked the two miles to 22nd Street South.
Morrison was transported to BHM-GT by a waiting ambulance. After a short stay, he was treated and released. Sources close to The Packet say the shooting was suspicious, given the entry wound and conflicting stories. Witnesses on scene speculated that Morrison may have shot himself but that has been neither confirmed or denied by the CPD.
As of press time Wednesday evening, no arrests had been made in the shooting.


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