SUPERIOR TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A Washtenaw County deputy has been shot at an active police scene on Wednesday afternoon, according to authorities.
Law enforcement have surrounded a home in Superior Township after responding to a report of shots being fired between neighbors, officials said.
Shortly after officers arrived on scene, the suspect in question fired shots at the officers -- striking a deputy.
Officials say the deputy is in stable condition. He was transported to a hospital by another deputy.
Members of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Ann Arbor Police Department, multiple SWAT teams and a bomb squad are currently at the scene. Officials say a crisis negotiation team is also working at the scene.
A mobile command center arrived at the scene this afternoon -- which is a strong suggestion that police expect this situation to unfold throughout the night.
Officials are currently unsure if anyone else is inside the home with the gunman.
Residents in the area -- bordered by North Prospect, Geddes, East Clark and North Harris roads -- are being asked to stay inside or avoid the area.
6 p.m. update
Law enforcement continue to surround the home of the barricaded gunman as the situation unfolds.
Stay with Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit as we provide updates on this developing story.