Michigan Man Gets Hit by Cop Car, He Was a Murder Suspect

Adam Nolin, 33, is suspected of killing his girlfriend and then leading police on a chase in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan Thursday morning September 30.

Cops hit Nolin with a patrol cruiser during a shoot out caught on video, leaving him visibly battered and bloody.

Nolin apparently crashed his truck along busy US-131 during the chase. He then jumped out of his vehicle and fired at officers, according to Michigan Live News.

A Grand Rapids police vehicle comes up behind Nolin striking him. Nolin is then taken by ambulance from the scene. Police say that Nolin was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

Although he has not been officially charged, police believe Nolin was involved in the murder of his girlfriend 27-year-old Tia Randall. The mom of two was found dead in her home at Creekside Estates mobile home park on September 30.

Nolin was charged in the hospital Friday with two counts of assault with intent to murder, one count of fleeing and eluding and weapons charges.

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Adam Nolin, 33, is suspected of killing his girlfriend and then leading police on a chase in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan Thursday morning September 30.

Cops hit Nolin with a patrol cruiser during a shoot out caught on video, leaving him visibly battered and bloody.

Nolin apparently crashed his truck along busy US-131 during the chase. He then jumped out of his vehicle and fired at officers, according to Michigan Live News.

A Grand Rapids police vehicle comes up behind Nolin striking him. Nolin is then taken by ambulance from the scene. Police say that Nolin was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

Although he has not been officially charged, police believe Nolin was involved in the murder of his girlfriend 27-year-old Tia Randall. The mom of two was found dead in her home at Creekside Estates mobile home park on September 30.

Nolin was charged in the hospital Friday with two counts of assault with intent to murder, one count of fleeing and eluding and weapons charges.

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