Two people were killed in a Friday morning shooting at Central Michigan University.
Central Michigan University campus is on lockdown; police say 2 victims were not students, still looking for “armed and extremely dangerous” suspect. https://t.co/3fnrll4JqL pic.twitter.com/dCBaXTLkzP
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 2, 2018
The Detroit Free Press confirmed the deaths and reported the suspect’s name as Eric Davis, Jr.
BREAKING: Central Michigan University confirm two killed in dorm this morning. Say victims were not students. Police believe shooting stemmed from domestic situation. Suspect is James Eric Davis Jr. He still at large. @freep #CentralMichiganUniversity
— David Jesse (@reporterdavidj) March 2, 2018
According to Fox News, the two persons killed were the only ones shot. They are reportedly not students.
The two people killed are the only ones shot. CMU says there are no other injuries. The suspect has been identified as James Eric Davis, Jr. He's described as a black man, standing 5'9", weighing 135 lbs, wearing yellow jeans a blue hoodie. https://t.co/zzQzzMAGQ8
— FOX 2 Detroit (@FOX2News) March 2, 2018
Davis is described as a 5’9” black man weighing 135 lbs and wearing a blue hoodie with blue jeans.
The suspect is still at large, ABC News reports. He is considered armed and dangerous. Authorities have cautioned locals not to approach the suspect if seen.
LATEST: Authorities release description of suspect at large in shooting incident at Central Michigan University; suspect considered armed and dangerous. https://t.co/afz1imqCpw pic.twitter.com/PL9rftE9DK
— ABC News (@ABC) March 2, 2018
The school said on Twitter that victims were not students at the school, and that authorities believe the incident arose from a “domestic situation.”
CMU police confirm two individuals were fatally shot at Campbell Hall on campus this morning. The deceased are not students and police believe the situation started from a domestic situation. There are no additional injuries; suspect is still at large: https://t.co/AxvPn3N0s0
— Central Michigan U. (@CMUniversity) March 2, 2018