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Kentwood, Michigan — Fired Thursday, officials said Graduation night It is held at East Kentwood High School.
The teacher who was there at the time confirmed the shooting.
According to two people at the scene, one car was pulled up and started shooting another. Since then, police have been investigating several cars.
Sheriff Michel Lajoy-Young, Kent County Sheriff, says the two were shot during the exchange.
She says one is a 40-year-old woman in Grand Rapids whose wrist was shot. The other is a 16-year-old boy from Texas whose abdomen was shot.
Sheriff LaJoye-Young says both victims were taken to the hospital and both were in stable condition as of Thursday at 9:45 pm.
“I’m certainly worried about the surge in violence. Also, I’m going back to the community and keeping it safe. We have to work together to resolve these cases. To keep it safe, this community. “
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By Thursday night, most of the high school parking lots near the stadium had been taped.
Kevin Polston, director of Kentwood Public School, issued a statement that the shooting took place after the graduation ceremony of Crossroads Alternative High School.
Sheriff LaJoye-Young said:
“This is very difficult to happen in this community at the moment of this celebration.”
Sheriffs say her office knows at least two archers, and as of Thursday at 10 pm, these suspects are still loose.
“I want the community to be alert to these potential suspects tonight. There is no reason to believe they are returning to the area or have specific targets in the area.
“This scene is safe now, but of course we don’t know what their intentions are until we resolve the case,” said Sheriff Lajoie Young.
This story was originally published by WXMI’s Megan Viecelli In West Michigan.
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