CMU says the victims are not students, and that police believe the shooting started with a domestic situation.
Police are working to get a photo of the suspect, believed to be 19 years old and whom they believe was released from a hospital just before 8 a.m. today, but officials said he was not at McLaren-Central Michigan.
"Law enforcement personnel responded and arrested the suspect without incident".
"Seeing everything and finding out from my friends and guys on the team, I'm just happy they are safe and no students of the university were harmed", Morris said. Police are advising that parents picking up their children for spring break avoid campus and take shelter at a nearby hotel.
A suspect, considered armed and risky, is still at large, and everyone is advised "to take shelter", law enforcement and school officials said.
Chicago: A university student who fatally shot his parents on his school campus in the U.S. state of MI was arrested without incident after an hours-long manhunt, officials said on early Saturday.
The couple, who met while attending CMU, say incidents in their Mount Pleasant neighborhood are seldom more serious than a wandering intoxicated student. Local police were assisting campus authorities.
Police searched for Davis in every building at Central Michigan, then took the manhunt off-campus. Pleasant residents were also urged to stay indoors and not make contact with Davis, Jr. if they saw him. As the suspect remains at large, officials advise all in the area to remain inside, and if you see anything suspicious call 911.
That is the thought being echoed as there has been another college shooting in the US. After that, Mount Pleasant information officer Jeff Browne spotted him heading north from the dorm, running along the railroad tracks. An automated phone message from the school also was sent to students Friday morning.
The shooting happened at a residence hall at Central Michigan, which is about 70 miles north of Lansing.