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Suspect in shooting near school has previous gun convictions

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A 21-year-old western Michigan man charged with wounding three people in a shooting outside a high school basketball game has had previous weapons convictions.

MLive.com reports Thursday that Clarence McCaleb has been convicted as an adult of carrying a concealed weapon and drug possession, and as a juvenile for firing a gun at a vehicle in 2010.

McCaleb, of Grand Rapids, was arraigned Wednesday on assault and gun charges.

Two females and one male were shot Tuesday night outside the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy. Two of the wounded were students.

Authorities say McCaleb was shot and wounded by a sheriff's deputy after refusing to drop a pistol.

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