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Grand Rapids Police Shootout with Alleged Murder Suspect Adam Nolin Caught on Camera

GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan – Witness video shows the shootout between a Wyoming murder suspect Adam Nolin and Grand Rapids police on a major highway.

The video is in its entirety. Viewer discretion is advised.

Police Shootout with Adam Nolin

Grand Rapids Police Shootout with Alleged Murder Suspect Adam Nolin Caught on Camera

Wyoming police were searching for Adam Nolin for a homicide that happened Thursday morning in the Creekside Estates mobile home park in the 5100 block of Clyde Park SW.

At about 10:30 a.m., Grand Rapids police connected with Nolin in the northbound lanes of U.S. 131 in the S-curve.

Viewer video shows Nolin after he left his pickup truck running and shooting at police officers. A Grand Rapids police vehicle comes up behind Nolin striking him. Nolin is then taken by ambulance from the scene. Police say that Nolin is hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.
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