Lansing Police Chief Daryl Green said that an altercation in a Michigan apartment complex had ended with the shooting of five people.
Police said that the officers responded to an invitation to bullets fired outside the complex at Block 4900 from Dunkel Road at about 3 am.
The police said that the victims of the shooting included three women between the ages of 19, 21 and 26, and two men between the ages of 23 and 30. The three women were found at the scene, and the two men were found away from the scene.
The police chief said that all five victims of the shooting are treated in local hospitals for life-threatening gunshot wounds.
The police department said that there is no suspected information to report, and there is no ongoing threat to society.
“This senseless act of violence will not be tolerated in our society, and we will use all available assets, including our local, state and federal partnerships, to hold those responsible to account,” Green said.