UPDATE (10:11 a.m.) –
Lansing Police responded to a possible shooting at approximately 1:51 a.m. this morning, according to the Lansing Police Department.
Police were dispatched to the 2200 block of S. Cedar St. and arrived to find a 27-year-old male in the parking lot of a business with what seemed to be a gun-shot wound on his leg.
Officers helped the injured man until Lansing Fire Medics arrived and took over his care.
During this time, officers were informed a male had arrived at a local hospital with a gun shot wound.
The officer on scene at the investigation site determined the 27-year-old man with a gun show wound in the parking lot and the person with the gun shot wound in the hospital were a part of the same incident that took place on the 2200 block of S. Cedar St.
Initial investigation has determined the following: two separate groups of people were in a verbal argument in the parking lot business of the 2200 block of S. Cedar St.
The verbal argument turned physical between two people that resulted in two people being shot.
Both people who were shot have non-life threatening injuries, according to Lansing Police Department spokesman, Robert Merritt.
Currently, no one has been arrested.
Lansing Police Officers and detectives have identified the people involved in this incident.
Merritt said there is no ongoing threat to the public with regard to this case.
Editorial Note: a previous update for this article stated that the police situation was happening at the Fleetwood Diner. The shooting occurred near the diner.
UPDATE (4:40am) – 6 News have confirmed two people have been shot but both have non-life threatening injuries
Lansing Police are currently investigating, speaking to all parties involved.
It is an ongoing investigation.
We will stay on top of this story for you. Stay with 6 News.
LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – 6 News is working to get more details about a police situation happening at the Fleetwood Diner on S. Cedar St.
We’re told several police cars are parked outside and the restaurant is taped off.
We’ve put in several calls to local law enforcement and will update you as more information becomes available.