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Police Identify 2 Michigan Men Shot By Officers In Separate Incidents

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Police on Tuesday identified two men fatally shot by officers from different agencies in separate incidents in western Michigan.

Joseph Miller, 37, of Muskegon was the burglary suspect two state troopers shot after he drew a gun when they confronted him Monday afternoon in Laketon Township near Muskegon, Michigan State Police said.

Patrick Lyoya, 26, was shot by a Grand Rapids officer who he fought with after the officer stopped his vehicle Monday over a license plate issue, Grand Rapids police said.

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