Gunman Killed After Shooting 4 Officers At Detroit Police Station


Four police officers were shot at a Detroit police precinct on Sunday afternoon and taken to a local hospital, according to the city's police chief.

A person that police identified as the shooter was shot dead, according to state police Sgt. Keyonn Whitfield.

There was no immediate information about the condition of the wounded officers, who were transported to Detroit's Sinai-Grace Hospital.

The Detroit Police Department called a press conference for Sunday evening at which Mayor Dave Bing is expected to appear.

The shooting occurred at the Detroit Police Department's sixth precinct station, according to Michigan State Police Sgt. Gerald Badgett. The station is on the city's west side.

Sinai-Grace Hospital would not release information on the officers' conditions, spokeswoman Tina Taylor said. She said the Detroit Police department would release that information.