Detroit (WWJ)- Gunfire on Detroit’s northwest side leaves a two-year old boy hospitalized.  It is the fourth time in the past two months that a child has been shot in Detroit. 

Detroit police say the child was shot around 7:25 p.m. Sunday after shots were fired during a fight between two men, aged 18 and 35, in the 15000 block of Gilchrist, near the Southfield Freeway and Fenkell.

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The suspected gunman, 35, took off in a vehicle, but was arrested about an hour after the shooting on Colfax Street.  Charges are pending. 

It’s unclear why the men were arguing.

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The child was taken to a hospital and is listed in temporary serious condition, according to preliminary information released by police. 

Sunday’s shooting was the first this month involving a child.  In February, three children, ages 12 years, six years and nine months were shot.  Two died.  Arrests have been made in two of the three cases.   

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Detroit police continue to investigate the latest shooting.