MLive | File Photo GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Grand Rapids police are investigating an early morning shooting on the city's southeast side. A large police presence has developed in the area of Griggs Street SE and Horton Avenue SE as of 4:40 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. Officers are searching for a shooting suspect who they said might be barricaded inside a residence. One person sustained a non-life-threatening injury in the shooting, according to a report by WoodTV 8.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- One person has been hospitalized with a non-life-threatening injury following an early morning shooting in southeast Grand Rapids. Police were dispatched just before 2 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, to a shooting in the area of Griggs Street SE and Horton Avenue SE. During the incident, a 19-year-old man was shot in the leg with a handgun. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment.
GARDEN CORNERS, MI -- A Rapid River man died Monday, Sept. 18, after police said the vehicle he was driving pulled out in front of a semi-truck and caused a two-vehicle crash. Police identified the deceased driver as Donald Kuhr, 61. He was removed from his vehicle and transported to Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital where he died of his injuries. The crash occurred around 4:50 p.m. at the intersection of U.S. 2 and CR-483 (Garden Corners) in Delta County of the Upper Peninsula.
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