Fights within crowds congregating near the waterfront are not unusual, but someone pulling a gun on somebody in the Grand Haven area is far less common, police say.

Gun incident crowded pier

A large group of teens gathers on Grand Haven's south pier prior to the Fourth of July.

“We get fights all the time during the summer months, especially down by the waterfront,” said Capt. Clint Holt of the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety. “Pulling a gun is a more serious matter.”

You may contact Becky Vargo at bvargo@grandhaventribune.com.

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edwards1

And just think, there are some really dumb people out there that want to defund the Police. Thank God for those officers, including the DNR.

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