Police: Teen in custody in connection with quadruple shooting in Detroit

Sarah Rahal Mark Hicks
The Detroit News
Detroit police and members of the crime scene services unit investigate the shooting of four people in the 6300 block of Vinewood, just north of Milford St., Friday night, August 10, 2018.

Detroit — A 17-year-old has been arrested in connection with a quadruple shooting in the city's west side, police said Friday. 

A witness told investigators that the male suspect was seen fleeing from a front porch where the four victims had been gathered in the 6300 block of Vinewood near West Grand Boulevard when shots rang out about 6:30 p.m., Detroit Police Officer Vanessa Burt said.  

All four were rushed to a hospital for treatment. One victim, a 34 year old man, was listed in critical condition with stomach wound. Two others, ages 21 and 22, were in stable condition with shin and face injuries, respectively. A fourth, age 23, was in temporary serious condition with a back wound, police said.

After the teen's arrest, officers remained on the scene after 10 p.m., blocking off nearby Milford and combing a three-story home with flashlights. 

Michigan State Police troopers and K-9 units assisted Detroit police at the scene.