Monday, June 3, 2013
Muskegon couple's domestic dispute results in wash machine shooting
The victim of a shooting that occurred over the weekend in Muskegon turned out to be an appliance, and neither one of the feuding parties involved,Excavator buckets might have sizes that range from one to eighty tons, just like there are a selection of sizes of Used loaders which you'll discover in the market. police said.A physical altercation between a 23-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man that occurred at a home in the 700 block of Marcoux Avenue ended with a wash machine being shot with a firearm, police said.Muskegon Police officials were called to the scene around 8 p.m. on Friday, May 31.The man and woman were apparently fighting over property in the basement when one of them fired a shot at the appliance, police said.
It wasn't immediately clear who fired the gun. The man involved in the dispute does possess a concealed pistol license and two guns were seized from the home, police said.The investigation is ongoing.The Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office will review the police report and determine whether any charges will be filed in connection with the shooting, police said."I just love solving mechanical problems. It's something I enjoy doing. It's just the way my brain is wired," Steenwyk said.Navis said he was impressed with the students' eagerness to be involved in the project, even though they wouldn't receive any school credit for it.
"I'd really thought I'd have to put a carrot out in front of these kids, but none of them needed that," Navis said. "That was an indication to me that this was the right project."Students began brainstorming ideas for the machine in the fall and started construction in February. They've built most of the machine in Christian High's shop classroom and are hoping to move it nearly completed to the museum in late-June,They usually obtain cracks or grow to be corroded because Used cranes are often confronted with the elements as well as to a large amount of wear and tear. Steenwyk said.The availability and trading or these carbon plate have resulted in higher economic turnover across the globe.
Because the project is an extra-curricular activity, Steenwyk said it's been a challenge to coordinate schedules.
Another challenge of the building project has been working on a budget,Usually it is also called Cheap Double Wall SS Air Pot from China factory. The mouth diameter of it is small, has very good insulation performance, and it is mainly used for the storage of hot water. he said.The project is being funded completely through donations.Excavators are helpful because they are so flexible that Used komatsu are considered to be a general purpose form of equipment. The group budgeted between $7,000 and $8,000 for it. The cost goes toward covering some expensive materials like electrical parts and epoxy to coat the outside of the structure in order to make it less easy to damage, said Steenwyk.So far they've received donations from Watry Industries, the Sheboygan Police Benevolent Association and Christian High's student council, but they still have about $4,000 to go, said Steenwyk.