Ypsilanti restaurant gets angry calls for assumed affiliation with man

A Ypsilanti restaurant took to Facebook on Friday morning to try to clear up rumors tying it to a man charged in the shooting of a 6-year-old boy in Ypsilanti Township on Sunday. “He’s not the owner, he never has been and I have always been the owner of the building,” Jurney Inhmathong of Pho […]

A Ypsilanti restaurant took to Facebook on Friday morning to try to clear up rumors tying it to a man charged in the shooting of a 6-year-old boy in Ypsilanti Township on Sunday.

“He’s not the owner, he never has been and I have always been the owner of the building,” Jurney Inhmathong of Pho House Vietnamese Noodles and Grill also told MLive.com. “So I don’t know how people got information saying he was (the) owner, but he never was.”

According to the Facebook post, Ryan Le-Nguyen did work there in 2015.

The shooting was a “terrible tragedy” and their “hearts go out to the family and the child that was hurt,” it went on to say. 

“We do not support what he did. We do not condone his actions. He is not married to any of our family members.”

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