A bullet fired from a .22-gauge gun killed Ronald Lee Wells on Aug. 6, 2006, according to testimony Monday in the courtroom of Ingham Circuit Judge Paula Manderfield.
Michigan State Police Sgt. Reinhard Pope testified three shell casings were found in Wells' apartment after the murder: two .22-gauge casings and one 9-mm casing.
The 9-mm bullet was in the wall between the living room and the bedroom. One .22-bullet was found in the couch. It had shot through the bedroom wall. The other bullet was lodged inside Wells.
I've never heard of a .22-gauge gun before reading that article.