Cops initiate manhunt after shots were fired?
Cops initiate manhunt after shots were fired at a high school graduation.
Cops in Michigan are currently reacting to a shooting at East Kentwood High School’s graduation ceremony.
According to accounts, Kent County Sheriff Michele LaJoye-Young stated that two white automobiles were involved in a gunfight. Police have been looking into those who were in a few autos since then.
During the exchange, two persons were shot, according to Sheriff LaJoye-Young. She stated that one of the victims was a 40-year-old Grand Rapids lady who was shot in the abdomen and wrist.
The other victim was a 16-year-old Texas boy who was shot in the wrist. “My suspicion is that they are just bystanders who happened to be here at the time,” she stated.
Sheriff LaJoye-Young noted that both patients were taken to the hospital and were in stable condition as of 9:45 p.m. on Thursday.”
The sheriff stated that her office was aware of at least two shooters, who were still on the loose as of 10 p.m. yesterday (Thursday).
She continued, saying: “Tonight, I want the community to be on the lookout for these prospective suspects. We have no reason to believe they are returning or that they have a specific target in this area.” This scene is now secure, but I can’t be sure what their objective is until we finish this case.”
Police earlier stated that one suspect remained at large. At 1 a.m., the Kent County Sheriff’s Office tweeted that they were “on the scene of a shooting incident at East Kentwood High School.” There has been one confirmed shooting. At the moment, the suspect is still at large. It stated that an update would be provided soon.”