HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) - A Grand Rapids police lieutenant was placed on administrative leave as an investigation continues regarding his alleged off-duty involvement in a domestic violence case.
The incident is alleged to have happened in Holland on April 4, and the Holland Police Department began working on the case.
The Ottawa County Prosecutor's Office then issued a misdemeanor warrant against Lt. Ryan McClimans.
The 43-year-old turned himself into the Holland Police Department on April 11 and was arraigned afterward.
He was then released on a personal recognizance bond, according to a news release from the Grand Rapids Police Department.
McClimans began his career with GRPD in 1994 and was assigned the Special Response Team.
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