Police in Traverse City shoot, kill man who pulled out rifle following multi-county chase
Police chase with 56-year-old Oscoda man ends in fatal shooting of suspect in Grand Traverse County
Police say officers fatally shot a motorist who pulled out a high-powered rifle following a multi-county chase in Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula.
The 56-year-old Oscoda man fled deputies in Crawford County, reported The Traverse City Record-Eagle.
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Police say Tuesday morning the man was chased into Grand Traverse County and he was fatally shot at a Traverse City home where he confronted officers.
Police say Crawford County sheriff's deputies and Traverse City police fired at him.
No officers were wounded.
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Other agencies including the Kalkaska County sheriff's department were involved in the chase.
The shooting is under investigation.