GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- The Grand Rapids Police Department is investigating after a deputy-involved shooting that critically injured a suspect early Sunday morning.
It happened Sunday around 4 a.m. in the 3800 block of Whispering Way
Captain Eric Payne, with the Grand Rapids Police Department, tells FOX 17 the shooting happened when a deputy went to serve a search warrant and take two persons into custody.
The deputy was part of a multijurisdictional investigation in which several persons were arrested and in which several search warrants were executed.
The male suspect ended up getting shot in the chest by the Kent County deputy, leaving him hospitalized in critical condition.
The deputy was not injured, Payne said.
The Kent County Sheriff's Office also will be conducting its own investigation.
Below is a video of the press conference: