4 arrested by Detroit police after suspects shot at officers with an assault rifle

Note: a previous version of this story said six people were under arrest. Only four people have been arrested.

Four people were arrested after Detroit police were shot at by someone wielding an assault rifle on Detroit's west side Thursday night.

No officers were injured and the situation ended with arrests of all involved in the 15800 block of Robson. The incident happened while the suspects were under investigation from the DPD Commerical Auto Theft Section.

DPD was investigating a white Dodge Charger with improper plates and a grey Jeep Grand Cherokee. Police say the occupants from both vehicles began firing multiple shots at the officers with an assault rifle, then fled the location in an unknown direction. 

Four people were arrested after police declared a barricaded situation on Robeson. Negotiators talked the individuals out of the home before making the arrests.