<iframe width='480' height='290' scrolling='no' src='https://www.washingtonpost.com/video/c/embed/6160796e-e00a-11e7-b2e9-8c636f076c76' frameborder='0' webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> Police were scouring a neighborhood in Grand Rapids, Mich., for a 40-year-old attempted murder suspect. Instead, in a moment that has cast a harsh spotlight on this western Michigan city, an officer found himself pointing his gun at — then handcuffing — a screeching 11-year-old girl. The 45-second video clip from an officer’s body camera, made public by the city’s police department this week, was full of outrage-inducing elements: a petrified preteen who started shrieking when she heard the click of handcuffs; a police use of force with racial overtones; a law enforcement agency already criticized in March after an officer pointed a gun at black youth who had done nothing wrong. The most recent incident happened Dec. 6 on the northwest side of Grand Rapids, according to Grand Rapids NBC affiliate WOOD. .