GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Police say a man accused of killing his girlfriend in Wyoming led them on a chase along busy US-131 before he jumped out of his vehicle, exchanged gunfire with officers and was then hit by a cruiser.
Wyoming police and family members identified the homicide victim as Tia Mae Randall, a 27-year-old mother of two. Police say 33-year-old Adam Kenneth Nolin, who she was dating, is the suspect in her Thursday death.
CHASE, SHOOTING, CRASH
WOOD TV8 skycam video recorded at 10:26 a.m. shows the suspect abandoning his pickup truck, which police said had crashed and ended up facing the wrong way on northbound US-131 on the S-curve in Grand Rapids.
The suspect took off running toward the concrete median. Several cruisers had stopped, but one continued on and hit the suspect, sending him flying. Officers converged on him as he lay on the highway.
He was taken away in an ambulance. The Grand Rapids Police Department said his injuries are serious, but not considered life-threatening. He was listed in stable condition Thursday afternoon.
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