Shots Fired Outside Warren School By Suspended Students, Police Report

WARREN, Mich. – As per the reports of the local police, students who had been expelled earlier in the day went back to the high school where they had been attending in Warren and fired rounds in the parking lot.

On Monday, June 5, around 2:40 p.m., a sh00ting occurred at Michigan Collegiate High School on Ryan Road. The school is located between 13 Mile and Chicago roads.

Shots Fired Outside Warren School By Suspended Students, Police Report

The Warren police commissioner said Bill Dwyer, it appears that pupils suspended earlier in the day returned to the school to take their punishment out on other students.

Local 4 WDIV Detroit shared a tweet about the same incident on its official Twitter account:

“We are extremely lucky,” Charles Rushton, the captain of the Warren police department, stated. “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.”

The police said four and eight g*nshots were fired, although nobody was hurt.

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As per the authorities, students had recently been let out of school for the day. There has been no one brought into custody at this time.

The police informed Local 4 that they believed they were searching for two vehicles: a dark red older model Chevrolet Impala and a dark blue or black Ford Focus.

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