Lansing Police identify Herbert St. armed shooting suspect

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INGHAM COUNTY, Mich. (WLNS) — Authorities arrested a suspected shooter while serving subpoenas yesterday for a criminal sexual conduct hearing.

An Ingham County Deputy was called to shots fired by a radio scanner around 1:30 p.m. near Herbert Street on Monday.

When authorities arrived at the scene a deputy located a suspect near Saginaw and Pennsylvania. The car was initially stopped and fled the scene where it crashed into another car near North Ottawa Street and North Walnut Street.

Police say no one was injured.

Lansing Police identified as 33-year-old Karl Alphonso Lockridge III, who was subsequently taken into custody.

Lockridge had body armor and a handgun in his possession and was on MDOC parole for a prior firearms offense and federal felony probation.

Lockridge faces the following charges:

  • Count 1: Assault with the Intent to Murder
  • Count 2: Assault with the intent to Murder
  • Count 3: Assault with the intent to Murder
  • Count 4: Weapons – Carrying Concealed
  • Count 5: Weapons – Firearms – Possession by Felon
  • Count 6: Weapons – Felony Firearm – 3rd
  • Count 7: Weapons – Felony Firearm – 3rd
  • Count 8: Body Armor – Wearing during commission of Violent Crime
  • Count 9: Police Officer – Fleeing – 3rd degree

Lockridge’s bond was remanded, with his next scheduled visit in 54-A District court for a Probable Cause Conference on 12/02/21 at 1:30 p.m. and the Preliminary Exam on 12/09/21 at 9:00 a.m.

CORRECTION: A prior edition of the article said that the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office identified Lockridge, when it was in fact the Lansing Police Department that identified him. The Ingham County Sheriff’s Office located Lockridge and took him into custody.

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