Detroit police involved in shooting on city’s east side

Police said a person has been shot

DETROIT – Police said one person is in custody after shots were fired at police on Detroit’s east side.

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It happened in the area of Nottingham and East Warren on Wednesday evening, according to police. Officers were making a traffic stop when a suspect got out of the vehicle and opened fire on officers, according to officials. Police returned fire.

There was a heavy police presence just before 5:30 p.m. in the area of Frankfort Street and Beaconsfield Street.

Police said the suspect was shot multiple times and is currently in temporary serious condition at a hospital.

No officers were injured.

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