GRPD sets up mobile command unit near Chicken Coop restaurant

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Grand Rapid’s Police Department has set up a mobile command unit near the Chicken Coop restaurant on South Division Ave.

GRPD is working to crack down on violence in that area after Terence Hollis, 32, was shot to death in the restaurant’s parking lot March 22.

Police plan on maintaining a presence in the area via the mobile unit on Friday and Saturday nights.

Management at the Chicken Coop also announced earlier in the week that they will begin closing at midnight beginning today.

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    stop and think, if the rest of the normal people in grand rapids acted like the non working , welfair sucking bridge card users at hall and division the police would need 500 command units to keep bars and restaurants save and not have killing at there locations