A 16-year-old male is in custody in connection to the shooting of four teens Noel Night in Midtown Detroit on Saturday.
It happened outside the Detroit Institute of Arts at about 7:45 p.m. in the area of Farnsworth Street and John R Street in Detroit.
Police said the victims are a 17-year-old girl, a 14-year-old boy, a 16-year-old boy and a 19-year-old man. All four victims are in stable condition.
Wayne State University announced a campus-wide lockdown after the shooting.
WSU Alert: The shooting took place near the Detroit Science Center. As a precautionary measure the WSU Campus has gone on lockdown - all buildings including libraries. All activities have been cancelled. See https://t.co/pgfG0Z4v9Q for updates.
— Wayne State Univ (@waynestate) December 3, 2017
Noel Night is an annual holiday celebration in Midtown Detroit, featuring holiday shopping, family activities and performances. More than 100 venues participate, according to organizers.
The event was shut down early due to the shooting, police said.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig said they did not expect Noel Night festivities to get out of hand.
"We planned for it, unfortunately we didn't think this senseless violence would happen at this event," Craig said. "But we do staff for it."