WARREN, Mich. (FOX 2) - Dozens of shots were fired during a shootout Thursday at a Warren gas station.
The shooting prompted a lockdown of the Macomb Community College M-TEC campus
According to Warren Police, two groups of men got into a fight at a Mobil gas station on Eleven Mile and Van Dyke and started shooting. Nobody was hurt.
"We are looking at anywhere from 20-40 shots fired," Commissioner Bill Dwyer said. "It was just a wild fight as far as the shots that were fired. They were just going everywhere."
Dwyer said there were three total shooters and two have been taken into custody. A third is still on the run.
"It appears that one of them was exiting the gas station, and it looks like maybe a bottle was thrown. We are still working to confirm that may have been what sparked the altercation," Dwyer said.