Police searching for suspect in Chandler Crossings shooting


BATH TWP, Mich. (WLNS) – What originally started as a fight call at the Village at Chandler Crossings early Sunday morning ended in shots being fired.

According to Bath Township Police, the situation escalated quickly and now police are looking into how it all unfolded.

It happened early Sunday morning, just before 2 o’clock. Police say there were two separate apartment parties in building two at the Village, and a fight between people in those apartments led to someone pulling a gun.

Police say no one was injured and minor damage was discovered inside the apartment building.

It prompted MSU Police to send an alert to the community around 2:30 a.m.

Residents say the incident is alarming, especially since their leases say they can’t possess firearms on the property.

“I woke up to loud shouts in what sounded like the hallway or maybe outside, and then I heard gunfire,” resident Greg Stephenson said. “I’m fine. My wife will be fine if I leave her alone in the apartment. I don’t feel scared. It wasn’t directed towards us. For all I know, the people may not have even lived here.”

The incident is still under investigation as police continue to interview witnesses in search for the suspect.

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