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GRPD conducts ‘high-risk’ traffic stop in shooting investigation

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Grand Rapids police are investigating a scene Thursday night in connection with a shooting.

Police said they conducted a high-risk traffic stop in connection with a shooting on the city’s west side after a report of people shooting at a car on McReynolds Avenue, east of Alpine Avenue.

The suspects fled the area, but officers believe they have located them on Grand Rapids' southwest side.

Forensics and K-9 units were both at the scene on Shamrock Street SW near Century Avenue, just off US-131. Investigators have surrounded and searched a white Impala.

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  • lml25

    Two or three weeks ago,when all the shootings were occurring on the SE side (and Jeanette nw),I mentioned this area,as a possible hot spot to be watched for future shootings.Thank you mayor Bliss,for destroying our neighborhoods on the west side.The low income housing being constructed,will guarantee that this trend only increases over the coming years.And now back to our regularly scheduled program…”WOOD TV presents more liberal garbage,with Brian Sterling and Susan Shaw.”

  • DarkRican

    I own a Home around the SW side of Grand Rapids and coming from a Puerto Rican, I can say I agree it’s the Democrats party of Michigan who messed up the area even more then ever!

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