A gunman opened fire within a Detroit police precinct on Sunday, cutting four officers as well as a leader before he was blast and killed by police, establishment said.
The gunman walked in from side to side the precinct's revolving door before long after 4 p.m. and opened fire arbitrarily at officers, police said. The officer’s ablaze back, killing the gunman.
"Complete chaos and racket took place," Police Chief Ralph Godbee said at an intelligence conference. "We have a number of officers who are stunned up."
Godbee said the gunman has been recognized other than it was "too early to characterize" him while the inquiry was continuing.