GHT gun club range closed following shooting incident

The range at a local gun club is closed while police investigate a report of a shooting victim in a nearby subdivision. Officials from the North Ottawa Rod & Gun Club, 13084 160th Ave., released a statement Friday afternoon saying their shooting range was closed "until further notice' pending the investigation. No further comment would be given at this time, the statement said.
Tribune Staff
Oct 1, 2011

 

Ottawa County Sheriff’s Deputies reported Friday that a Grand Haven man was hit in the arm, possibly by an errant bullet fired at the range. Grand Valley State University police officers were using the weapon range for training at the time.

GVSU also released a statement saying the university was cooperating fully with the sheriff’s department, and any further statements would be released through the OCSD.

Sheriff’s deputies were called to North Ottawa Community Hospital Thursday morning when hospital officials reported they were treating a man struck by a bullet.

The 30-year-old man was reportedly working on a house on Acacia Drive in the Cutter Park subdivision when he was injured, police said.

A house in the same subdivision, about a half mile from the shooting range, was also struck by a bullet, police said.

The incident remains under investigation by the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department.

 

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