One MSU Student Dies After Off-Campus Shooting; Suspect Still At Large

DJ Nolff

Dominique Nolff

EAST LANSING, Mich- A Michigan State student Dominique Nolff from Middleville that had critical injuries after a shooting near Michigan State University has died according a friend of the victim’s family.

The other victim, Corbin Holwerda from Grand Haven has been treated and release from Sparrow Hospital

Both shooting victims were roommates at the Cedar Village Apartments, said a friend of one of the victim’s family. The man in critical condition is a 2012 Thornapple-Kellogg High School graduate from Middleville, said the family friend.

CORBIN SHOOTING VICTIM

Corbin Holwerda

The East Lansing Police Department says that according to investigators, the two shootings do not appear to be a random incident. Investigators describe the outstanding suspect to be a black male with average height and build, between the ages of 20 and 25, wearing tan pants, a black coat, and black shoes or boots.

Michigan State University Police sent out an emergency text message Friday evening to students and staff stating, “Shooting occurred at 845pm in 200 block of Cedar St in East Lansing. Suspect is a black male with average height & build. Call ELPD at 517-319-6897 with information.” MSU Police told FOX 17 News that this message was sent out as soon as they confirmed details on the shooting with ELPD, at approximately 11pm.

The investigation is ongoing. Now anyone with information is asked to call the ELPD Detective Bureau at (517) 319-6884.

FOX 17 News will report new details as soon as they are released.

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6 comments

  • Brian

    Anything less than a death sentence for the shooter would be an insult. Eye for an eye. Senseless killings need to stop. Its time we start making the punishment fit the crime. Dj was my daughters boyfriend. He will be missed by all.

  • Tom

    This won't get national attention, not like it would if the role of shooter and victim were reversed….
    No way to blame lawful gun owners, the NRA or stand your ground laws here…

    When are we going to say enough to PC and start addressing the real issue ?

  • John Doe

    How is it that the other victim doesn’t know the shooter? Something doesn’t add up here. Where are the cell phone records of both victims as well to find a number for the shooter? It’s not as if the shooter showed up at random. Someone needs to step up and be a man and come forward.