Four people are in custody after a deadly shooting at a Detroit community hall early Sunday morning.
The shooting happened around 4:15 a.m. at the Chalmers Community Hall on Chalmers Avenue, near Chelsea Avenue.
The shooting killed one person and injured five others. Police say two men were having an argument when shots were fired.
Among the six victims is a 44-year-old man who was shot in the head. He was transported to the hospital, where he died in the emergency room. The other five victims suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Chanita Yancy was working security at a church next door when, according to police, one of the suspects tried to get her to give him a getaway ride.
"I had two choices. Either let him get in this car and take my life, or make a run for my life. So, I chose to make a run for it," she says. She got away, but was grazed by a bullet in the back.
As of Sunday night, police had three people in custody. A fourth person was brought into custody Monday morning. It is unclear if any of these persons of interest being held by police is the shooter.
A police source tells FOX 2's Roop Raj the people in custody are all in their mid-20s, and police recovered four weapons. No charges have been file yet.