KENT COUNTY, Mich. - Police released the dash cam video Wednesday showing a Grand Rapids police cruiser take down a murder suspect on U.S. 131.

The police chase ended on northbound U.S. 131's S-curve on Sept. 27, 2018. Adam Nolin, 33, led police on a chase after allegedly gunning down his 27-year-old girlfriend, Tia Mae Randall, at their Wyoming home.

GRPD was called for backup after Wyoming officers spotted Nolin driving north on U.S. 131.

No officers or civilians were injured in the crash, Nolin sustained non-life threatening injuries to his face and arm. Nolin was eventually arraigned in a Grand Rapids hospital on five charges, including attempted murder, for shooting at Wyoming police officers who tried to stop his vehicle after Randall's body was discovered.

Adam Nolin - mugshot
Kent County Sheriff's Office

Charges of open murder and felony use of a firearm were added for the shooting death of Randall.

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