UPDATE (5:25 p.m.) – Lansing Police have identified the two people shot on the city’s south side Tuesday morning.
Police say the suspect is 47-year-old Derrick Smith, and the victim is 39-year-old Adriann Smith, and the two are husband and wife.
According to police, the couple was arguing in a home on the 2700 block of Marion, when Smith chased his wife out of the house and down the street with a gun.
That’s where police believe he shot her before turning the gun on himself.
6 News spoke to some people who live nearby where the shooting happened, who say they were shocked when they found out which house it was.
UPDATE (9:42 a.m.) – Lansing Police tell 6 News that two people are dead following a possible murder-suicide on the city’s south side this morning.
Police say a 47-year-old man shot a 39-year-old woman just after 8:35 a.m. outside a house following an argument that began inside the home.
The names of the two have not been released.
6 News has crews at the scene and will be updating this story online and on 6 News.
LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – Two people are dead following what Lansing Police are calling a possible argument on the city’s south side.
Lansing Police were called to the 2700 block of Marion just after 8:35 a.m. on a report of two people arguing.
A Lansing Police captain tells 6 News that two people are now confirmed dead.
They have not confirmed that the deaths are a result of a murder-suicide and were shot.
This story is developing and will be updated online and on 6 News.