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Are The Highways Safe With One Man Behind Bars?


Now with one man behind bars charged in the serial highway shootings, many are wondering if the highways are safe once again.

Ingham County Sheriff Gene Wrigglesworth says drivers no longer have anything to worry about. No incidents have occurred in two weeks and he says they have the person they believe to be responsible behind bars.

Drivers like Kim Dudley says she's still leary and says she's not convinced there may not be someone else out there, such as a copy-cat, who could be connected to the incidents.

But Wrigglesworth says that "it would be an extreme coincidence if there were other shooters." He says people should continue on with their lives normally.

As of Friday, 43-year-old Raulie Casteel now faces 60 new charges out of Oakland County.

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