Who Is James Eric Davis Jr.? Central Michigan University Shooting Suspect Identified

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The Central Michigan University shooting suspect has been identified as James Eric Davis, Jr., according to authorities.

The person of interest is James Eric Davis, Jr. He is a black male, approximately 19 years of age, 5'10" & 135 lbs. He was last see wearing mustard yellow jeans and a blue hoodie. The suspect is considered armed and dangerous. Do not approach the suspect. Call 911 immediately. pic.twitter.com/dCChxe1Tfr

— City of Mt. Pleasant (@MtPleasantMI) March 2, 2018

Davis allegedly fired shots on campus at Campbell Hall, a dorm on campus on Friday and killed two people, who are not students. The university advised students to "shelter in place" after 9 a.m. local time while police searched for the suspect. Police are still on the lookout for Davis.

The suspected shooter is identified as a black male, approximately 19 years of age, 5'10" and 135 lbs. Authorities have not yet confirmed him to be a student of the university.

BREAKING: According to initial reports, at least 2 people have been shot at Campbell Hall on the campus of Central Michigan University. The suspect remains at large.

Everyone in the area, please be careful!

— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) March 2, 2018

Police described the incident as a "family dispute," and no students or faculty members were injured during the shooting. On Thursday night, Davis was taken to the hospital for a "drug-related incident."

"It could have been an overdose or bad reaction to drugs and at that point was released to the hospital staff," said Public information officer Jeff Brown.

Authorities have said Davis ran from the northbound direction from the campus towers complex toward the railroad tracks. He is believed to be within city limits.

The Mt. Pleasant Public Safety Office released a statement to local news outlets, identifying the shooter as a teenage black male wearing yellow jeans and wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt. During a press conference, police have said he could be wearing different clothes.

"He was wearing a dark hoodie, but it is unknown what clothing he is wearing now as different articles of clothing on the railroad grid," said Lieutenant Larry Klaus of the Central Michigan University Police Department.

Brown asked residents nearby to contact police if they found the suspect who is still believed to be armed and dangerous.

"Do not approach the suspect," he said. "Call 911."