Chicago: A student at Central Michigan University fatally shot his parents on his school campus Friday before fleeing and setting off an hours-long manhunt.
James Eric Davis 19-year-old, described as a university student, remained at large. He was accused of killing his father, a police officer, and mother in a shooting inside a dormitory building in what a university police spokesman described as a “family-type domestic issue.” There were no other casualties.
The college campus in the city of Mount Pleasant in central Michigan was on lockdown hours after the 8:30 a.m. (1330 GMT) shooting, as federal, state and local law enforcement searched for Davis using helicopters and police dogs.
Heavily armed officers fanned out throughout the city, and residents and students were asked to stay inside and lock their doors.
University officials announced at 3:00 p.m. (2000 GMT) that students were finally being escorted out of buildings by police.