On Wednesday, Michigan officials released two dash cam videos showing a police cruiser running over an armed murder suspect as he fled on foot on the interstate.
According to The Grand Rapids Press, police said Adam Nolin, 33, shot and killed his girlfriend, Tia Randall, 27, at their Kent County home on September 27 then lead them on a high-speed pursuit and shootout that concluded on the U.S. 131. Nolin allegedly crashed his pickup truck and opened fire on police before a cruiser is seen running him down.
Nolin was hospitalized for non-life threatening injuries to his face and arm, according to the Detroit Free Press. No officers were injured in September’s shootout.
He was arraigned last month on multiple charges, including murder, attempted murder, assault with intent to murder, fleeing police, and carrying a concealed weapon.
WOOD reported that the murder suspect has accused Grand Rapids police of abuse.
[Featured Image: Grand Rapids Police Department]