This would definitely disrupt an easy Sunday afternoon of watching football.
Police are searching for who fired upon a house on the northwest side of Grand Rapids. It happened Sunday afternoon, around 4:50 p.m., in the neighborhood of Alpine and 12th Ave...
The man who sold Rodrick Dantlzer the gun that he used to kill seven people in one day in Grand Rapids in July of 2011 is heading to prison.
Michael James Allen was sentenced in federal court on Monday to 10 years in prison - the maximum amount of time he was facing - after having previously plead guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm.
The Grand Rapids Police and Kent County Prosecutor released several hours of dashcam video, 911 audio recordings, and documents in the investigation of the mass shootings in Grand Rapids that left seven people dead in July. The information was released Tuesday morning.
Rodrick Dantzler killed seven people, then himself after a high-speed chase throughout the city and a hostage stand off.
Robert Poore was driving his truck in Grand Rapids on Grandville Avenue yesterday afternoon when a man, later identified as Rodrick Dantzler, drove towards him and began shooting at his truck. Poore was hit in the face by a bullet, but through a small miracle the bullet ricocheted off of his nose...
Now is the time for healing in Grand Rapids. The next few days will be very difficult for the friends and family of the victims of yesterday's tragic events and the long term effects will continue long after that. Here's how you can help...
The Grand Rapids Police held a press conference this morning to address yesterday's tragic events.
Police Chief Kevin Belk identified victims as Amanda Emkens, 27, who had a relationship with Dantzler, Marisa Emkens, 10, Amanda's daughter, and Kimberlee Emkens, Amanda's sister. These victims were found at 2046 Plainfield Avenue NE on Thursday afternoon.
Belk said, at Brynell Court, victims were Je