Shots fired at Michigan State University prompt shelter-in-place orders, campus police say. Police asked everyone to take shelter at the scene of shots fired Monday night on the Michigan State University campus.
Official reports said the shooting occurred in the Berkeley Hall, Michigan area. Police were active at the scene. No additional information provided. MSU students were asked to protect themselves immediately after gunshots rang out on campus Monday night, campus police said.
“Shooting occurred near Berkey Hall on East Lansing campus. Please save immediately. Police are active at the scene. More info coming soon,” MSU Police tweeted.
A former Michigan State basketball player pleaded guilty Monday to shooting and killing a man as his trial began.
Keith Damon Appling, 31, pleaded guilty in Wayne County Circuit Court to second-degree murder and firearms charges in the murder of Clyde Edmonds, 66, prosecutor Kym Worthy said.
Under the agreement, Appling will be sentenced to 18 to 40 years in prison for murder and two years for firearms.
Former Michigan State basketball star Keith Applin pleaded guilty Monday to killing 66-year-old Clyde Edmonds in a gun dispute. Former Michigan State basketball star Keith Applin pleaded guilty Monday to killing 66-year-old Clyde Edmonds in a gun dispute.
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The other charge he faces — first-degree murder — will be dismissed at a March 3 sentencing hearing. In June 2021, Applin was charged with murdering Edmonds. He allegedly shot and killed Edmonds on May 22, 2021, during an altercation over a pistol.
Edmonds’ wife, a relative of Apple’s mother, died in hospital. Apple’s girlfriend allegedly threw him out of the shooting. She pleaded guilty to lying to a police officer last year and received 18 months of probation.