The second day of school began Wednesday morning with shots fired at a Detroit principal’s car as he was pulling into school.
The shooting happened before 7 a.m. at Detroit Collegiate Preparatory High School at Northwestern.
According to Detroit Public Schools Community District, the principal’s car was shot at three times. Several windows were shot out.
Police said the shooter was hiding in trees along a fence line.
A Detroit Police K-9 Units tracked the scent about 200 yards from the shooting.
According to the district, police believe the shooter was a graduate of the school who was recently a volunteer at the school but was told yesterday he could no longer volunteer after there was some sort of problem.
DPD is assisting DPSPD with the investigation.
The shooter is not in custody.
No other information is available.
Story Courtesy of WDIV