GENEVA TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Michigan State Police say a man with a gun who barricaded himself inside a home in Van Buren County is now in police custody.
MSP say it started Monday afternoon at a house in the 15000 block of County Road 681 south of 12th Avenue in Geneva Township.
According to a tweet by MSP, the suspect shot at a vehicle in the area of two people who were in the yard.
Troopers say the suspect then retreated into the house.
MSP E.S. Team on scene in 15000 block CR 681, Van Buren, Geneva twp. Male shot at veh in area of 2 subjects in yard. Suspect retreated in house and considered barricaded gunman. No injuries reported. Please stay away from scene until further notice. Follow me here for updates. pic.twitter.com/GcDb6LOIGu
— MSPSouthwestMI (@MspSouthwestMI) September 20, 2021
A negotiation team was deployed to attempt to contact the suspect via cell phone.
A few hours later, MSP say the suspect surrendered without incident.
Authorities are still on scene.
It’s not yet known what led up to the shooting and following standoff.