The Kalamazoo man who blamed his deadly shooting spree on a possessed Uber app is suing the ride-sharing company for $10 million.
The Kalamazoo killer said the Uber app resembled a “devil” with a “horned cow head.”
A family visiting Kalamazoo was horrified about the news of a man randomly shooting people Saturday night, so they called for an Uber for a ride back to their hotel.
The suspect in the Kalamazoo shooting spree was taking fares as an Uber driver on the day he killed six people.
The Kalamazoo shooting rampage began at 6 p.m. Saturday and ended with his arrest at 12:40 a.m. Sunday.
So can you celebrate by sparking up a joint in any of these cities? Not yet, advocates cautioned.