DETROIT – One person has died and five people were injured in a shooting at a Detroit banquet hall early Tuesday morning.
UPDATE: Detroit police nearing arrest, shutting down banquet hall after shooting
Officials say six people -- three men and three women -- were shot at while outside the Chalmers Banquet Hall on Chalmers Street near East Outer Drive sometime around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday. One of the men, who was in is 30s, died from his injuries.
Detroit police originally believed the six people were shot at in a drive-by shooting. Officials now believe the incident could have been a shootout.
Police said there were about 100 people inside the hall at the time of the shooting. They said a car drove by and someone inside started firing shots into a van parked outside of the banquet hall.
Update: Detectives marked at least 20 casings at the scene.— Detroit P.D. News (@detroitpolice) July 13, 2021
They now believe this could have been a shootout.
This is an ongoing investigation.
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Police have not yet announced any suspects or motives.
This is an ongoing investigation. No further details have been released.
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