Posted February 10, 2016 3:03 pm by Comments

By Bob Owens


Authorities were tipped Tuesday night that a group of people were going to cause trouble at a high school basketball. They stopped the group from getting inside the school, and then a police officer followed the group to a school parking lot, where things got sporty.

Four people were shot outside Muskegon Heights High School on Tuesday night, one of them by a sheriff’s deputy who opened fire on an apparent shooter, police say.

Interim Muskegon Heights Police Chief Dr. Joseph E. Thomas, Jr. said that two females and two males were shot. Two of the victims were students at Muskegon Heights High School, according to a statement from Superintendent Alena Zachery-Ross.

Everyone who was shot was taken to an area hospital and have since been released.

Thomas said the suspected shooter is a man from the Grand Rapids area, and that police believe he was the sole shooter. The Muskegon County Prosecutor’s Office told 24 Hour News 8 they expect a warrant to be issued sometime Wednesday afternoon, although it remains a “very active investigation.”

Police are trying to find three other men who were with the alleged shooter at one point in the evening.

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Source:: Bearing Arms

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