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Police arrest David for Brass Oaks shooting

Madison police have arrested Michael David for a shooting on Brass Oak Drive. CONTRIBUTED
Madison police have arrested Michael David for a shooting on Brass Oak Drive. CONTRIBUTED

MADISON – Madison police officers have arrested Michael David, 23, of Madison after a shooting incident on Brass Oaks Drive.

On March 10, Madison officers responded to a call about gunshots that had been fired on Brass Oaks Drive. Several rounds were fired into a vehicle and at least one round entered a vacant house. No one was injured as a result of the shooting.

The shooting appears to be related to an incident involving alleged stolen property, according to the police department.

David was arrested on March 10 on unrelated charges and booked into the Huntsville Metro Jail. In reference to the Brass Oaks event, detectives obtained felony warrants for shooting into an occupied vehicle, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

He was booked into the Huntsville Metro Jail with an $11,000 bond. This incident is still under investigation.

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