Three men on the west side of Detroit were killed early Sunday when two hooded suspects opened fire on a white castle.
Police said two men in black sweatshirts stormed the fast food restaurant on Warren Avenue and Livernois Avenue just before 12:30 a.m. and opened fire with an automatic rifle.
Three men inside White Castle were killed. One of the victims was identified as Deshawn & # 39; Tez & # 39; Gadson, 20 years old.
Deshawn & # 39; Tez & # 39; Gadson, 20, died Sunday in a shootout at a white Detroit castle
Police said the three men were killed in the lobby of the restaurant when two men in sweatshirts forced their way in and opened fire.
The shooting occurred at White Castle on Warren Avenue and Livernois Avenue on the west side of Detroit
"You took my baby away from me," his mother Tonya Gadson told WDIV. "You got it from your son, friends, family, and it does not make sense."
Tonya said that her son was the father of a small child. She said she had just brought food to a car when she returned to the White Castle to talk with her two friends.
"What happened to him, he did not deserve it," he said.
It is not clear if the three men shot to death worked at White Castle or if they were clients.
"To the people who did it, why would I say why all of them, because how would you feel if someone took your family member? When I look at your child, what am I supposed to tell you?" Tonya said .
Gadson is the father of a son, his mother said. The police ask any person with information to present themselves
Authorities said the victims were in the restaurant lobby when the shooting occurred. The WDIV reports that there were a dozen bullet holes in the entrance door and in the door frame.
One of the bullets went through the glass of the front door and came out through a side window, breaking it on the floor. Handguns were also recovered at the scene.
The identities of the other two victims have not been revealed, but the police said they were 25 and 24.
Friends of Gadson & # 39; s created a GoFundMe page in search of $ 10,000 to help with funeral and funeral expenses.
Investigators do not have information about the assailants and they ask anyone with information to call the Detroit Police at 313-596-2200.