Police are searching for a woman suspected of killing 22-year-old Havana Wright outside the Palm Tree Lounge early Monday morning.
Flint police said 22-year-old Michelle McIntosh faces first-degree murder, assault with intent to murder and felony firearm charges. She is still at large.
Havana Wright was found shot to death around 1:40 a.m. Monday after an argument broke out at the lounge.
It was yet another violent weekend in Flint---a body was found in a park and a 22-year old woman was shot to death at a popular lounge. Now, Flint police need your help solving these unrelated crimes..
It??s back to basketball at Woodlawn Park just 36 hours after a man's body was found there.
??I think the community will actually be quite shocked because I thought this was a nice park, I didn't expect it to happen here,?? says Alexis Love.
Police are not identifying the male victim or cause of death just yet but have ruled the death suspicious.
??Usually there's not a lot of people here, usually it's just me and my friends,?? adds Love.
Alexis and her friends say the violence won't drive them away from the park.
Across town on Clio Road, business owners near the Palm Tree Lounge are concerned after a double shooting claimed the life of a 22-year old woman.
??It might cause a decline in business because we're right across the street from the Palm Tree,?? says Darnell Cambric, who cuts hair at the barbershop across the street from the Palm Tree Lounge.
Police say Havana Wright was shot to death early Monday morning after an argument broke out at the lounge.
Ruth Mitchell owns The Like New Furniture store across the street, she's fed up.
??About two months ago, there was a shooting right here,?? says Mitchell. ??In fact, right here in the parking lot, the bullet went right through our building.")
Police are now looking for 22-year-old Michelle McIntosh.
??She needs to be caught. If anybody sees her, she needs to turn herself in,?? adds Mitchell.
Now, we did reach out to the owners of The Palm Tree Lounge but they were not available for comment.
If you have any information about either of these crimes, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL.