NEWS SPOTLIGHT UPDATE: Man Shot by LPD Allegedly Requested For a Message To Be Sent Out on Social Media Prior to His Death Friday, December 25, 2015 Lansing Police Department has identified Terrozza Tyree Griffin, 24 years old, Lansing man as the subject who was shot by police on December 24th, 2015. In a public post to M. Allen that was shared 131 times on Facebook: "TGriff words "Y'all n----s don't no what iz like to see yo mom on wheels to see yo brother and yo Cuzin get shot and erbody tranna blame me for it , bro I can't go for 25-50 years the police surrounding the house im bout to shoot it out wit em .. Make a Facebook post for me bro give em this address and let erbody know I went out like A G . I don't care if they call me a p---sy or not I went out like a G . I ain't gone shoot my self cause god won't forgive me so imma shoot it out wit DA police"R.I.P Griff last words he told me before it happen.” Police identify man who died following home invasion, police shooting WLNS Web StaffPublished: December 24, 2015, 10:39 pm Updated: December 25, 2015, 3:31 pm UPDATE (12:08 p.m.) – Lansing Police say a 24-year-old man who shot at police later died at the hospital. At this point in the investigation, police believe they have everyone involved. However, it is still early in the investigation. At a news conference Friday, Lansing Police said this situation is a justified police shooting. Police have identified the man as Terrozza Tyree Griffin. There were 12 officers involved in the incident. All played different roles in handling the active situation. Years of service ranged from less than a year to a 17-year Lansing Police veteran. Lansing Police have confirmed that no officers were injured. They also say all 12 officers have been placed on leave for now. 6 News found criminal records for Griffin on the Michigan Department of Corrections website. Griffin had two previous run ins with the law, one in 2008 for fleeing a police office and the second in 2014 for retail fraud. He was sentenced for retail fraud in Eaton County back in April. Michigan State Police will be conducting an independent investigation. If you have any information, call Michigan State Police 1st Lt. Sean Furlong at 517-404-9325.