Michigan highway sniper

Michigan highway sniper

Police think a sniper may be targeting drivers near Battle Creek, Michigan.

Since late July, six vehicles have been damaged along I-94 and I-69. Tests confirm that one car was hit by a bullet.

The incidents have occurred during the night and in broad daylight, reports CNN.

No one has been hurt. Police are now searching the area from the sky for clues.

f you’ve found suspicious damage to your vehicle, contact police.

Also, if you are driving and believe you are shot at, don’t stop. The Sheriff says drive to the next exit and call 911 from a public place.

This is similar to a case in Metro Detroit in October of 2012 when cars were shot at 23 times in Oakland, Livingston, Shiawassee and Ingham counties.

Raulie Casteel, 44, and a father of four, was convicted of terrorism and would later plead no contest and mentally ill to other charges.

“I saw a long line of traffic, felt fear and anxiety and shot. I can’t testify to the number, but I did fire at cars, yes.”

He’s doing 18 to 40 years in prison. Authorities on the new case have been in contact with Wixom Police who were the first to handle the I-96 corridor shootings.