LATEST: 47-year-old in hospital after Wednesday evening shooting on Jolly Road

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – UPDATE (3:30 p.m.): On Wednesday evening, Lansing Police were in the 2600 block of West Jolly Road on a call about a shooting.

Officers found a 47-year-old man lying in a driveway with apparent gunshot wounds to his body.

The man was taken to a local hospital in a critical, but stable condition. He is expected to survive.

The victim was outside of his home when he got in a verbal argument with several men. During the incident, the man was shot and all of the other people in the argument left the scene after the shooting.

The suspects were seen leaving in a dark colored SUV and no arrests have been made so far.

Lansing Police are encouraging anyone with information in regards to this shooting to call (517) 483 – 4600 or contact Detective/Trooper Jordan Kingsley at (517) 483 – 4495.

UPDATE (11:27 p.m.): Police tape is blocking off Renee Street and police vehicles are blocking Jolly Road.

Our 6 News Photographer sees a vehicle with the windshield that looks like it has a possible bullet hole in it.

Officers are still investigating near the 2500 block of Jolly Road and are using flashlights to go scour the area.

ORIGINAL STORY: Michigan State Police Troopers and Lansing Police Department have set-up a perimeter and now multiple streets are closed in the area around Renee Street and Jolly Road.

Officers are on the scene of a developing situation and 6 News has a crew in the area, we will update you with more details as they become available.

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