Police give update on Port Huron drive-by shooting

In an update to a shooting in Port Huron over the weekend, Port Huron police are asking residents for any information regarding the shooting early Sunday that left two people injured. The department said in a press release Monday it does not currently have any suspects or suspect vehicles. Officers responded to multiple reports of a shooting in the East Quay Lot in downtown Port Huron shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday. Officers discovered that multiple vehicles had been shot at and several people and vehicles were fleeing in multiple directions. Lake Huron Medical Center soon reported a 30-year-old Clinton Township man was being treated for a gunshot wound to his ankle. He was transferred to Beaumont Hospital for treatment and police do not have an update on his condition. McLaren Port Huron Hospital then reported a 23-year-old Clyde Township man was being treated for a gunshot wound to his legs and was treated and released. It is unknown what the relationship is between these two men, according to police. Port Huron Police officers, detectives, and the Major Crimes Unit responded to the scene and the investigation is ongoing. If you have any information about the shooting contact the Port Huron Police Department.