UPDATE: The suspect arrested after a standoff Tuesday night has been identified as 24-year-old Hollis Cliffton Nunnery II.
He was wanted for parole absconding.
Tuesday, an officer saw Nunnery and when he tried to make the arrest, the 24 year old ran into a nearby house.
The police standoff lasted for a couple of hours. Nunnery gave himself up to police.
After his arrest, a search warrant was obtained for the house and police found several loaded guns inside.
Nunnery now faces three counts of felon in possession of a firearm and another charge of being a habitual offender.
He is in the Kent County Jail and is expected to be arraigned Thursday.
Grand Rapids, Mich. (WZZM) A suspect wanted on an outstanding warrant has surrendered to police on Grand Rapids southeast side.
Authorities say an officer saw the man in the 700 block of Prince Street late Tuesday afternoon and tried to take him into custody. At that time, authorities say he ran into a nearby house.
After a couple hours of negotiating the suspect eventually surrendered. Prince Street is once again open to traffic.