GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) -- A Grand Rapids teenager was arraigned in his hospital bed on charges of robbing a pizza deliveryman at gunpoint.
Chad Damar-Marquis Brown is recovering after being shot by police following the Friday night robbery attempt. The 17-year-old was arraigned yesterday on armed robbery and felony firearms charges at Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital.
Police say in a statement that a warrant for armed robbery has been issued against an alleged 16-year-old accomplice. He's being held in the Kent County Juvenile Detention Center and is expected to be charged as an adult at his arraignment today.
The two officers involved in the arrest and shooting have been placed on paid leave.
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