Man charged with intent to murder in shoot-out with State Police

Richard Radcliffe was charged with assault with intent to murder in the shoot-out with State Police on Sunday afternoon.

A 50-year-old man has been charged in the shoot-out with deputies Sunday afternoon.

Richard Radcliffe was charged with assault with intent to murder.

Michigan State Police say Radcliffe fired several rounds at deputies when they were called to his house to check out a report of shots being fired inside.

The incident took place outside a house in the 1600 block of Sunhurst Street in Grawn.

According to officers arriving on the scene, a father and his step-son were inside the house. Authorities say one of the residents came out of the home and was in the process of being secured by authorities when the man came out and opened fire on several officers with a high-powered rifle.

One deputy was able to fire back.

Authorities say Radcliffe suffered a broken leg during the arrest and was taken to Munson Medical Center for treatment. He was arraigned in the hospital.

No one was injured in the shooting.

Radcliffe is being held on a $750,000 bond.