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    MI - Alexandra Brueger, 31, shot while jogging, 30 July 2016

    Family, friends mourn slain jogger

    Candice Williams and James David Dickson, The Detroit News 6:41 a.m. EDT August 2, 2016

    Rose Township — Days after police said Alexandra Nicolette Brueger was fatally shot during her daily jog, family and friends are struggling to comprehend their loss.

    “I’ll never understand who would want to take her life,” Sameera Buzo said in a Facebook post dedicated to her friend and former colleague.

    Brueger, 31, was a registered nurse at Providence Park Hospital in Novi, according to friends and family.

    “Alex was the happiest, wittiest, and kindest person I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing,” Buzo wrote. “She made the grueling night shifts bearable with her amazing sense of humor.” ...

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    Mystery surrounds Oakland County jogger's shooting death

    Ally Brueger, 31, was shot while running along road in Rose Township


    By Priya Mann - Reporter

    Posted: 5:33 PM, August 01, 2016
    Updated: 5:50 PM, August 01, 2016

    ROSE TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Ally Brueger was jogging Saturday afternoon along a gravel road in Oakland County when she was shot and killed.

    Neighbors in the tight-knit community of Holly Township describe Brueger as a young woman with a passion for life. She died doing something she loved.

    "Oh my gosh, this girl was a religious runner," said Thais Peck, a family friend.

    Brueger, 31, ran the same 10-mile route each day. Neighbors said they usually saw her jogging with headphones on. She was focused on the run.

    "She just minded her own business. She had her blinders on, and she would run every day, never missing a day," said Peck...

    http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/m...shooting-death

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    Officials ID woman shot while jogging in Rose Township, seek tips on car seen during incident

    By John Turk, The Oakland Press

    Posted: 08/01/16, 11:00 AM EDT | Updated: 43 secs ago

    Michigan State Police have identified a woman shot to death while jogging in Rose Township as the investigation into the slaying continues.

    Alexandra Nicolette Brueger, 31, of Holly Township, was found just after 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 30, on the front lawn of a home in the 11000 block of Fish Lake Road.

    Brueger had been shot four times in the back by an unknown person, state troopers said...

    http://www.theoaklandpress.com/gener...uring-incident

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    Jogger shot dead on Michigan road; police say sedan may be clue

    By Fox 2 Detroit
    Published August 01, 2016

    Authorities are continuing to investigate after a female jogger was found shot to death on the side of the road in Rose Township, Michigan.

    The 31-year-old's body was found Saturday on the front lawn of a home just after 2 p.m. State police Lt. Mike Shaw says it's possible that the woman, who has been identified as Alexandra Brueger, was familiar with the shooter.

    Shaw says Brueger's relatives said she regularly ran on Fish Lake Road. He says investigators are trying to determine if there's someone she "might have been having some kind of difficulties with." ...

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/08/01...y-be-clue.html

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    Woman killed in Rose was a nurse in Novi

    Philip Allmen, pallmen@hometownlife.com 5:52 p.m. EDT August 1, 2016

    The parents of a 31-year-old Holly woman killed Saturday in norther Oakland County set up a ******** account Monday, asking for assistance in funeral costs.

    The woman, Ally Brueger, was a registered nurse at Providence Park Hospital in Novi, according to her parents on the ******** page.

    “Ally was our beloved, only child. She was kind, thoughtful, considerate,” her father Franz Brueger wrote on the page. “She had a witty sense of humor but she was also a very serious-minded individual.”

    He wrote that she was working on her master’s degree in creative writing...

    http://www.hometownlife.com/story/ne...novi/87930110/

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    Officials ID woman shot while jogging in Rose Township, seek tips on car seen during incident

    By John Turk, The Oakland Press

    Posted: 08/01/16, 11:00 AM EDT | Updated: 43 secs ago

    Michigan State Police have identified a woman shot to death while jogging in Rose Township as the investigation into the slaying continues.

    Alexandra Nicolette Brueger, 31, of Holly Township, was found just after 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 30, on the front lawn of a home in the 11000 block of Fish Lake Road.

    Brueger had been shot four times in the back by an unknown person, state troopers said...

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    Thank you BDE. That ruled out the accidental shooting that I was holding hope out on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    Thank you BDE. That ruled out the accidental shooting that I was holding hope out on.
    Nothing accidental about a tiny female jogger was shot multiple times in the back I hope the coward who did this is located soon. I doubt he/she would turn him/herself in.

    I first heard about this incident on Sunday when the victim had yet to be identified. This is a local story (Oakland County) where I live.

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    Thanks for the DM link. Have only seen a few photos in local media. What a cutey I hope LE finds the scumbag that murdered her.

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    According to some media sources, Ally had recently moved back with her parents in Holly, MI. The hospital where she worked is in Novi. That would be a very long commute - probably 90 minutes each way in good weather. Where did she live prior to moving back to Holly and with whom? I wish we'd get more information. Hopefully, LE is looking into these kind of details, but I'd like to know, too.


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    Ally Brueger slaying: State police warn of rumors about shooting of jogger

    By Stephen Frye, The Oakland Press

    Posted: 08/02/16, 2:16 PM EDT | Updated: 7 hrs ago

    The Michigan State Police are continuing their investigation into the weekend shooting death of a Holly-area woman.

    Investigators also continued to search for the suspicious and possibly speeding white or light-colored four-door vehicle seen on Fish Lake Road, where Alexandra Nicolette Brueger, 31, was killed.

    She was shot to death at about 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 30, while jogging.

    “Detectives are continuing to evaluate evidence and conduct interviews of family members, friends and discover a motive of the crime,” First Lt. Michael Shaw said in a statement. “Please be aware there is a lot of inaccurate information and rumors floating around the area.” ...

    http://www.theoaklandpress.com/gener...#disqus_thread

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    Seems like a trend lately in our home state of Michigan. Joggers or bikers hit or shot

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    Australian media report

    Who shot Ally? Police in the US hunt killer of ‘kind, thoughtful, considerate’ nurse

    August 3, 201610:43pm

    ALLY Brueger had a routine. She liked to run 16km a day, down a dirt road called Fish Lake. Last Saturday was her final time. She had her headphones in and may not even have heard her killer approach.

    The 31-year-old’s body was found along the leafy road, bleeding in the grass in front of a home on Saturday. Police in the town of Rose, in the US state of Michigan are stumped.

    Who could have wanted Ms Brueger dead? She was a nurse, an aspiring writer, supposedly loved by everyone, without an enemy in the world.

    The trouble for investigators, is that it is often the way it appears.

    The first sign anything was wrong came in a panicked 911 call from a resident. He heard the shots and went running to see what was going on...

    http://www.news.com.au/world/north-a...e6736deea98002

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    Ally Brueger remembered by friends, patients as investigation into slaying continues

    By John Turk, The Oakland Press

    Posted: 08/05/16, 1:16 PM EDT | Updated: 14 hrs ago

    Six days after someone shot and killed a woman who was jogging close to home in Rose Township, people in the area continue to talk about the tragedy, which has left many shaken.

    And while detectives continue to investigate the slaying, friends of the woman’s family are sharing kinds words about the local nurse who loved running and writing.

    Alexandra “Ally” Brueger, 31, of Holly Township, was found dead after 2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 30, in the front lawn of a home in the 1100 block of Fish Lake Road, just a few miles from her home. She had been shot in the back four times while on a routine 10-mile run.

    Michigan State Police who are heading up the investigation have remained, tight-lipped about updates to the case, saying no suspects are in custody and that there have been no leads since the homicide.

    Troopers have, however, asked residents to help them locate anyone who may have seen a white or light colored four door sedan that was on Fish Lake Road between 2 and 3 p.m. Saturday.

    “The vehicle may have been acting suspicious or traveling at a high rate of speed,” according to a statement from State Police Lt. Mike Shaw...

    http://www.theoaklandpress.com/gener...ying-continues

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    Ally Brueger slaying: State police continue to seek tips

    By Stephen Frye, The Oakland Press

    Posted: 08/08/16, 7:06 AM EDT | Updated: 8 secs ago

    The Michigan State Police continue their investigation into the July 30 shooting death of a Holly Township woman who on a mid-afternoon jog.

    On Sunday, a state police official again asked anyone in the area who saw a white or light-colored four-door vehicle to call investigators at 855.MICH.TIP.

    The vehicle was seen speeding in the area of Fish Lake Road between 2-3 p.m. Saturday, July 30, in Rose Township, where Alexandra “Ally” Brueger, a 31-year-old nurse, was shot to death...

    http://www.theoaklandpress.com/gener...e-to-seek-tips

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