Michigan, Marshall County Shooting Suspect in Custody
Marshall Police Chief Josh Lankerd said the suspect involved in the Michigan, Marshall county shooting was taken into custody Friday after a standoff with police.
He added officers attempted to make contact with the 30-year-old suspect who was having mental health issues about 10:50 a.m. Friday, July 10, 2020, at a home on Hanover Street.
Michigan, Marshall County shooting broke out between the suspect and officers.
Lankerd said the 30-year-old man was struck by gunfire during the exchange.
Calhoun County Dispatch said the area is not locked down for either an active shooter or a bank robbery.
No officer was injured in Michigan, Marshall county shooting
No officers were injured or hit, he said. Robinson said he could not confirm if the suspect was hit or injured.
The incident will be investigated by the Michigan State Police, he said.
The Calhoun County tactical team responded to try to mitigate the situation, he said.
The Marshall Police Department responded on Friday, July 10, to a house on Hanover, Spl/Lt. DuWayne Robinson said.
“At some point, there was an exchange of gunfire between a male subject at the house and a Marshall PD police officer,” he said.
Police are in a standoff with the suspect at the location and working to resolve the incident, he said at 12:50 p.m.
As of 12:15 p.m., Michigan State Police, Calhoun County deputies, and Marshall police set up a perimeter with the city’s SWAT team.