According to the court, a man from Grand Rapids, who was shot dead by police in early 2021, pleaded guilty to several crimes.

20-year-old Tristan Stavedal pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of a firearm during a felony, carrying a dangerous weapon with illegal intent and possession of methamphetamine under a plea agreement with the Livingston County Attorney’s Office.

Prosecutors agreed to drop one charge of carrying a concealed weapon, reduce the charge of producing and distributing methamphetamine, and dismiss the charge of carrying a concealed weapon.

On March 3, he is due to appear before Livingston District Court Judge Susanna Gedis for sentencing.

Christopher Nellie, Stavedal’s lawyer, declined to comment Monday.

A Michigan police officer shot Stavedal on April 13, 2021, after Livingston County Deputy Sheriffs responded to a car accident involving a stolen car on Miletus and Leighton roads, an MSP officer said at a previous court hearing.

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