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Michigan officer shot at while performing traffic control for Juneteenth parade

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Source: Flint Michigan Police Department Facebook


Michigan State Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting after a Flint Police Officer shot a person while performing parade traffic control during the city’s Juneteenth parade.

According to Click On Detroit, the officer was performing traffic control as the city’s Juneteenth parade was working its way through downtown.

At some point, a person in a vehicle drove up to the officer and began firing at them.

The officer, who was not hit, then returned fire, striking the shooter.

No bystanders or anyone close by were injured by any wayward bullets.

The suspected gunman is in the hospital. His condition is unknown.

Michigan State Police have stepped in to take over the investigation.

No word on what charges the shooter could be facing.

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