One person was killed and seven others were wounded in a mass shooting on Detroit's west side early Sunday morning, police said.
In a news release on Facebook Sunday night, Detroit police said a suspect was in custody after firing multiple rounds and striking eight people at 2:40 a.m. According to preliminary reports, the shooter was angry about his driveway being blocked.
No details about the victims or the alleged shooter were released. Police Chief James White is scheduled to hold a press conference at 1:00 p.m. Monday, which will be available on the Detroit Police Department's Facebook page.
WXYZ-TV (Channel 7) reported the shooting was sparked by a driveway being blocked by a parked vehicle belonging to people attending a party in the 11600 block of Coyle Street, near Plymouth Road.
The alleged shooter, according to the TV station, came home to a vehicle blocking his driveway. He fired into the air before going into his home for another gun. The TV station reported he came back out began shooting at a house where a party was taking place.
Neighbors told a Free Press reporter on Sunday that the car was only slightly blocking the driveway, leaving enough room for a car to pull in.
Michigan State Police said in a tweet its Homicide Task Force was called to the scene at 6:15 a.m. Sunday to assist Detroit police.
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