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.
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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