UPDATE Oct. 10, 4:30 p.m. Police have identified the victim as Crystal Suzanne Latham, a 37-year-old resident of Holland. The suspect will not be arraigned until Oct. 11.
UPDATE Oct. 9, 6:40 p.m. Keith Williams was arrested by police. Around 6:10 p.m., Trooper Mayhue from the Michigan State Police spotted the suspect driving north on U.S. 31.
"We issued information out statewide and in doing so Michigan State police spotted the vehicle," says Holland Police Chief Matt Messer.
The car entered a parking lot near Family Fare on South Washington and a traffic stop was completed. The suspect was taken into custody without incident.
"The teamwork with all agencies was tremendous and this was the result," says Messer.
Original story: Police are investigating the death of a 37-year-old woman after they found her with multiple stab wounds at a home on the 200 block of West 14th Street in Holland. Police were called there around 1:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 9.
The crime is being investigated as a homicide, and police are looking for the suspect who is believed to be victim's boyfriend.
Keith Williams, 56, is said to have left the scene in a silver 2000 Toyota 4-Runner with Michigan license plate DSG 5701.
If you see the suspect or the vehicle, please call 911 -- do not approach him. Williams is considered to be armed and dangerous.
The suspect was around the Hope College campus, but their shelter warning was lifted around 5 p.m.
HOPE ALERT: All clear with caution. Shelter in place has been lifted, but please be careful and vigilant if you choose to leave your area.— Hope College (@HopeCollege) October 9, 2017
HOPE ALERT:A suspect in a violent crime is presumed to be near campus. Take shelter until an all clear is given.— Hope College (@HopeCollege) October 9, 2017
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The motive of the suspect is unknown, and it is believed he acted alone.
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