Man shot within the face whereas altering custody in Warren Police Station parking zone

WARREN, me. – Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Saturday afternoon in the parking lot of the Warren Police Department Civic Center South Station.

According to the authorities, the shooting occurred around 4:40 p.m. at the police station near the intersection of Nine Mile Road and Van Dyke Avenue. Police said two groups of people met at the police station to swap custody of a child, and a 26-year-old man was shot in the face by the child’s 23-year-old boyfriend.

The victim was taken to hospital where he is in critical condition but is expected to survive.

According to the police, the alleged perpetrator was taken into police custody.

Police Commissioner Bill Dwyer said the two groups knew each other and there was no threat to the public.


“There are no other suspects and there is no threat to the community. Fortunately, the child or other innocent residents were not injured in the incident, ”Dwyer said. “The detectives are conducting an in-depth investigation and will present their findings to the Macomb County Attorney’s Office, who will review the matter and set the charges.”

The investigation continues. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Warren Police Department at 586-574-4700.

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