GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - A man wanted for absconding parole was arrested Tuesday afternoon after police surrounded a house on Grand Rapids' southeast side.
The standoff at the house in the 700 block of Prince Street SE near Eastern Avenue around 3 p.m. started after the Grand Rapids Police Department and FBI Violent Crimes Fugitive Taskforce members witnessed a suspect wanted for a parole violation enter the residence.
Police said Tuesday the standoff was connected to an armed robbery investigation.
Officers used a bullhorn to order people out of the house. Four people were removed from the home.
Hollis Cliffton Nunnery II, 24, surrendured and was arrested for absconding parole in July.
Authorities had a portion of the street blocked off near the home for a few hours, but took down police tape shortly before 6 p.m.
Detectives remained on scene for a while, searching the house. They found several loaded guns.
Wednesday, the Kent County Prosecutor's Office authorized three counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and being a fourth-time habitual offender against Nunnery.
Nunnery is being held at the Kent County jail on a $100,000 interim bond pending official arraignment, which is expected to happen Thursday.
In 2007, at the age of 18, Nunnery was shot by GRPD officers while they investigated a drug sale. Police said he showed a gun and was then shot in the right arm. He was sentenced to prison for firearms and drugs charges, as well as carrying a concealed weapon and resisting police.
Police said Tuesday that a second person from the house had been arrested on an unrelated outstanding warrant.
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