Authorities negotiating with barricaded gunman who shot at deputies
Authorities are in Mt. Clemens negotiating with a barricaded gunman who they say shot at deputies twice. Macomb County Sheriff's deputies were at the man's home after he allegedly fired a gun during a dispute with a neighbor.
MT. CLEMENS, Mich. (FOX 2) - A Mt. Clemens barricaded gunman is in custody after shooting at Macomb County Sheriff's deputies Monday.
UPDATE: Barricaded gunman shoots at deputies three times
Authorities said the man, who is in his 60s and known to the Sheriff's Office, got into a dispute with a neighbor over a dog at a home on Clinton near Gratiot around noon. During that argument, he came outside and fired shots, and deputies were called.
When deputies arrived, authorities said he came out and shot at them twice. The second time, a deputy shot back, and the man went inside.
Around 6:50 p.m., the sheriff's office said the man was in custody. He suffered minor injuries. No one else was hurt.
More details are expected soon.
Man barricades self in Mt. Clemens condo, shoots at deputies after neighbor dispute
A dispute with a neighbor over a dog led to a man firing shots and barricading himself in a Mt. Clemens condo. Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham said the man shot at deputies twice.