Students fire shots outside school in Warren after being suspended earlier in day, police say

Nobody injured in shooting, authorities say

WARREN, Mich. – Students who had been suspended earlier in the day returned to a high school in Warren and fired shots in the parking lot, according to police.

The shooting happened around 2:40 p.m. Monday, June 5, at Michigan Collegiate High School on Ryan Road, between 13 Mile and Chicago roads.

Warren police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said it appears students who had been suspended earlier in the day returned for revenge.

“We are extremely lucky,” Warren police Capt. Charles Rushton said. “There were at least three busloads of students right there, and six shots fired within a couple of feet of the buses. I believe we just got lucky today.”

About 4-8 shots were fired, but nobody was struck, police said.

School had just been released for the day, according to authorities.

Nobody has been taken into custody.

Police told Local 4 that they think they’re looking for two cars: a dark red older model Chevy Impala and a dark blue or black Ford Focus.

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