Victims Of University Campus Mass Shooting Identified As 3 Michigan State University Students

On Tuesday, the police released the names of two of the three victims who were shot in a mass shooting at Michigan State University’s campus on Monday night. The victims were identified as Brian Fraser, a student from Grosse Pointe, and Alexandria Verner, a student from Clawson.

On Tuesday, Arielle Anderson of Harper Woods was identified as the third student victim by family members.

According to April Davis, the maternal grandmother, Anderson was a bright, inspiring, and humble young lady. Davis shared this from her Eastpointe home where a small portion of Anderson’s large family had gathered. Anderson is 19 years old and a sophomore. She expressed her aspiration to become a pediatric doctor.

According to Davis, the woman in question is described as kind, loving, caring, compassionate, and driven. Additionally, Davis noted that she is very family oriented. According to reports, Anderson spent Saturday night at her grandmother’s house and was provided with a separate room in Davis’ residence.

Nineteen-year-old sophomore Arielle Anderson attended her high school prom at Grosse Pointe North in 2021.
According to Davis, she was informed about the shooting by her daughter who called her early on Tuesday morning.

Anderson, who was devoted to her aunt with special needs, graduated from Grosse Pointe North High School. Her aunt is the daughter of Davis.

According to Davis, he spoke with Anderson on FaceTime yesterday.

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