This is that awkward moment when an anti-gun lawmaker shoots at his girlfriend with a shotgun.
Police searched a state senator’s home Sunday after he was accused of firing a shotgun following a fight with his girlfriend.
Sources told Local 4 state Sen. Virgil Smith, who represents the fourth district, fired several shots into the woman’s car.
Investigators walked out of Smith’s home with what appeared to be a shotgun wrapped in a garbage bag. Investigators with Detroit police placed it in the backseat of an unmarked car.
Sources told Local 4 that early Sunday morning Smith and his girlfriend, a prominent businesswoman from Ann Arbor, got into an argument. Police said the victim told them multiple shots were fired in front of the home at Wexford and Hilldale, on the east side.
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