LARGE PARTY was happening and SHOTS FIRED!!! history? 68 tet the nation was having a large party like 911 celebrations. The police were in maximum overtime and present for this national holiday or festival. Over the last several months the communist coleman young forces were relocating black girl and man to the cities with one objective to KILL THE POLICE. HENCE, 68 tet had a LARGE PARTY then SHOOTINGS in french indochina like the boxer rebellion removing the christians. This happen in saginaw where the government said the buena vista school district exceeded it budget like inkster and NOW IS EXTERMINATED and NO MORE!!! ever wonder why he prince of the CHURCH is BLOOD RED? cardinals and the gas house gang? DEEPER MEANING TO THIS SAGINAW party…
SAGINAW, Mich. (WXYZ) – There’s been a shooting near the campus of Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw County.
Deputies say the shooting happened at a townhome complex near Pierce Road and Davis Road. Students are said to live at that complex.
The sheriff of Saginaw County says a large party was taking place at a unit and shots were fired. He tells 7 Action News 5 people were shot. They’ve all been treated for their injuries and released. None of the victims are students at Saginaw Valley State University.
The entire university was initially put on lockdown, but that order has since been lifted.
Campus police posted the following to their facebook page shortly after the shooting began:
SVSU Alert: At around 2:00am a shooting occurred near SVSU in the Cardinal Townhomes. The shooters are still outstanding. Students should stay in their residences until further notice. The suspects are two black males, one wearing a red shirt with straight brim hat and the second is a black male with dread hair with frosted tips. More information will be provided as it come to University police. Anyone that sees the two suspects should call University police immediately.
Deputies have yet to make an arrest.
Police say they are now only looking for the black male with dreadlocks and frosted tips.
A hotline has been set up for concerned parents, students and families to call. That number is 989-964-4348.
Action News andwill have more on this breaking news as more details become available.