GRAND RAPIDS (WWJ/AP) – Grand Rapids police say an officer-involved shooting has left an 18-year-old man dead.

Sgt. Terry Dixon says that when officers approached the man Wednesday afternoon, he opened fire on them with a handgun, and they returned fire – “until the suspect was unable to continue shooting.”

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Dixon says the man was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital were he died. He wasn’t immediately identified.

He says a bullet entered a house near the shooting scene, but no officers or bystanders were injured.

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He says Michigan State Police are investigating the shooting and the officer involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation — which is police policy.

It’s the second shooting of a suspect by Grand Rapids police this year. Prosecutors on Tuesday said an officer was justified in the March shooting of a stabbing suspect who pulled another officer down a set of stairs and was on top of that officer when he was shot three times.

 

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