1 dead in stabbing, shooting following argument over wearing masks near Lansing
One man is reportedly dead after a string of incidents that stemmed from an argument over a mask in mid-Michigan.
Dispute over wearing coronavirus mask inside Michigan convenience store leads to stabbing, fatal shooting. A Michigan man suspected of stabbing an elderly man outside a convenience store after being refused service for not wearing a mask was fatally shot by a sheriff's deputy, authorities said Tuesday. Sean Ernest Ruis, 43, of Grand Ledge, walked into a Quality Dairy store in Windsor Township before just after 6:30 a.m. and got into an argument with 77-year-old man inside during a confrontation over his refusal to wear a face covering. Check out the link to read the full story.