UPDATE: 10:51 P.M. — The East Lansing Police Department held a press conference late Monday night.

In the conference, the ELPD confirmed that two officers are on paid administrative leave while the shooting is investigated. Both officers have less than three years of service.

Police were originally called to the Meijer on a weapons complaint.

So far, details surrounding the actual shooting, including the condition of the victim, are unknown.

This story will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.


UPDATE 9:02 P.M. — East Lansing Mayor Ron Bacon has confirmed that the incident is an officer-involved shooting.

Michigan State Police have taken over the investigation, per standard procedure.

Two officers are on paid administrative leave. Both have less than 3 years of service.

There is still no information on the status of the suspect.

This story will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.


UPDATE 8:30 P.M. — A witness told 6 News that LPD officers shot a suspect in the Meijer parking lot.

According to the witness, a teenager was bobbing and weaving through cars in the lot. The witness then said police yelled that the suspect had a gun and shot the suspect.

The witness then said the suspect was taken to a hospital and was “okay.”

However, Police have NOT confirmed what the incident is at this time. 6 News is investigating and has contacted police agencies. This story will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.


LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – A large police presence has been spotted at the Meijer on Lake Lansing in East Lansing.

According to an on-scene 6 News photojournalist, around 16 police vehicles can be seen, including vehicles from Lansing Police, East Lansing Police, Michigan State University Police and Meridian Township Police.

Police have NOT confirmed what the incident is at this time. 6 News is investigating and has contacted police agencies. This story will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.