GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- A more than 9 hour standoff involving a barricaded suspect and the Grand Rapids Police Department came to a peaceful resolution early Saturday morning.
Authorities were initially called to a home in the 1300 block of Anderson Place NW on a report of a domestic dispute in progress. At least one initial responding officer was assaulted during the police response, after police say a suspect pointed a gun at officers before running back into a home.
A male child was with the suspect at one point during the overnight standoff, but was safely evacuated from the home before 2:00 a.m.
The Grand Rapids Police Special Response Unit and Crisis Negotiating Teams were able to talk the suspect out of the home shortly after 9:00 a.m. The suspect was taken into custody. No injuries were reported.
Michigan State Police did respond to the scene Saturday morning to provide relief for Grand Rapids Police crews that had worked throughout the night to bring the situation to a peaceful resolution. Aerial footage provided as a courtesy from Adam Dabaja shows police presence at the residence.
At least one firearm and several rounds of ammunition were found in the home following the suspect's surrender, pictured in the photo gallery above.