Graceland Cemetery in Grand Rapids Township is asking Pokemon Go players to show respect and play elsewhere. Wood TV 8 reports that the cemetery, located on Cascade Road SE near I-96 posted a sign addressed to Pokemon Go players.
Today on Segment 16, the guys check out the news footage from Friday night's Pokemon insanity here in downtown Grand Rapids. Thousands of people flooded downtown to hunt for Pokemon, and it was crazier than anything we've seen!
With tons of people playing Pokemon Go downtown Grand Rapids and beyond, The GRPD have some words of caution and advice for players. Sgt.Terry Dixon talked about traffic, heat, trespassing, and other issues with MLive.
I've heard complaints about Pokemon Go players-- that they are distracted, not paying attention to where they are walking, or even trespassing to hunt Pokemon. In this case, a Michigan couple playing the augmented-reality smart phone game was able to help save the life of a dog.
2016 is shaping up to be a huge year for Pokemon fans. In addition to the re-release of Pokemon Red and Blue, Nintendo will offer a New 3DS bundle, so even the latest of fans can get in on the Pokemon action.