Man facing murder charge in shooting of Wyoming mom

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The man who led police on a chase into Grand Rapids after allegedly fatally shooting his girlfriend will be charged with open murder, according to the Kent County Prosecutor's Office.

Adam Nolin is expected to be arraigned Wednesday on charges of open murder and felony firearm in the homicide of his girlfriend, Tia Randall. Nolin has also been charged with two counts of assault with intent to murder for allegedly attacking two officers, third-degree fleeing a police officer, carrying a concealed weapon and possessing a firearm while committing a felony.

Randall, 27, was killed a single gunshot wound on Sept. 27 at Creekside Estates Mobile Home Park near Clyde Park Avenue SW and 54th Street SW in Wyoming. Police were called to the residence around 9 a.m. and used a loudspeaker to call for Nolin to come out before discovering he wasn't there.

Randall's two children were at school at the time of the incident.

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