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GRPD arrests 3 suspects after standoff connected to afternoon shooting

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. --  Grand Rapids Police have made three arrests after surrounding a home on the city's West Side Thursday evening in connection to a shooting earlier in the day.

Investigators received a tip about a stolen vehicle that matched the description of a vehicle tied to a shooting near Leonard Street and Emerald Avenue NE on Thursday afternoon, according to Grand Rapids Police Sgt. Terry Dixon.

One suspect was arrested after the vehicle was located. Two other suspects ran out of the vehicle and into a house in the 300 block of Pine Ave NW.

Police surrounded the home for approximately 4 hours before the last of the three arrests were made.

A 17-year-old boy and a 4-year-old girl were injured in the shooting earlier in the day.  Both are expected to recover from their injuries.

This is a developing story.  We'll update it as more information becomes available.  

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4 comments

    • Lymar Weber

      The city, rockford construction, deBOSS, vananel, secchia and clans could give a rats Azzz about the West Side….they tear it down, brew it up, slum it up etc. West Side schools are junior penitentiaries. This city is a cesspool of demise and horror. Close union, west middle, harrison park, straight, etc………………….watch the neighborhood flourish and become what it once was…………..a decent place to live.

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