Michigan State Police say I-75 shooting happened after driver 'brake checked' suspect vehicle

Michigan State Police reopened I-75 after it completed an investigation into a shooting reported in Troy.

According to police, someone traveling in a white van fired shots at a driver traveling northbound near 14 Mile. A 911 call was placed shortly after, resulting in the freeway closure.

Police said the complaint came in around 9:40 a.m. and they shut down northbound traffic for an hour to investigate.

Further investigation revealed the caller was traveling in the left lane just north of 14 Mile at 80 mph when a white van rapidly approached from behind.

The caller then brake checked the van, police said. At that time, the driver of the van then stuck his hand outside the driver's window with a gun as he drove around her and began firing.

No injuries were reported and the caller's vehicle was not struck. 

Police ask that anyone with information contact police at (248) 584-5740.