(FOX News) - At least six people were killed after a gunman drove around a Michigan city randomly shooting people in parking lots of an apartment complex, a car dealership and a restaurant Saturday night, authorities said.
Law enforcement sources told WMMT-TV Jason Dalton, 45, was identified as the gunman in the string of shootings. He was arrested without incident in downtown Kalamazoo following a massive manhunt.
Four people were killed outside a Cracker Barrel restaurant and a father and son were killed outside a Kia dealership, Kalamazoo County Undersheriff Paul Matyas said. A woman was shot outside an apartment complex as well. She was in serious condition as of early Sunday, Matyas said.
Matyas said earlier that authorities did not believe the shootings were targeted at specific people, describing them as "our worst case scenario."