A police standoff in Kent County ended in shots being fired at an apartment complex on 44th Street in Wyoming, Michigan and luckily no one was injured.

According to WZZM, investigators were called out to Timber Ridge Apartments on Wednesday, June 13 at about 1 a.m. Members of the Sheriff's Department and Wyoming's Department of Public Safety were dispatched to 44th Street between Byron Center and Burlingame Avenues.

The call initially started out as a domestic issue but once police were able to make contact with the people, at some point two officers wound up firing their weapons.

There was a short standoff but no one was injured during the shooting. All suspects were either questioned or taken into police custody.

There was a warning sent out to all nearby residents telling them to stay in their homes. Once the matter was under control, the shelter in place warning was lifted.

Kent County Sheriff's Department are still investigating the incident. There is still no word on why the two officers fired their weapons and if any suspects had any weapons.

Its department policy to place both officers on paid administrative leave until the case has been investigated further.


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