MUSKEGON — After two full days of jury selection, still no jury to hear the case against Jeffrey Willis.
Travis John Webster, 21, was ordered to serve 22 months to four years in prison when he was sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A Holland man charged with uttering and publishing apologized for stealing a check in Grand Haven before he was sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A Marshall man has been sent to prison for violating probation in relation to a drunken driving incident in Grand Haven in October 2016.
A Grand Haven man was ordered Thursday to serve jail time and probation for a drunken driving crash on U.S. 31 this past August.
WEST OLIVE — Murder suspect Keith Williams confessed his guilt in court during a video arraignment on Wednesday, Oct. 11, stating he murdered Crystal Suzanne Latham, 37.
A Grand Haven woman charged with stealing from her boyfriend’s mother to feed her alleged drug habit was ordered this week to go to prison for more than two years.
Muskegon County Circuit Judge William Marietti has denied a motion by public defender Fred Johnson that could have kept evidence located at the home of Jeffrey Willis out of next week's trial.
A Kalamazoo man charged with stealing from the Walmart store in Grand Haven Township was ordered to serve 150 days in jail when sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A 25-year-old Kent City man pleaded guilty Monday to stealing a tip jar from a downtown Grand Haven restaurant in July.
Jeffrey Willis gives interview from jail as murder trial nears
A Lansing man who drove over a fire hydrant in Grand Haven and hit and damaged a brick house was ordered to serve 210 days in jail when sentenced Monday morning in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A Nunica man will get a chance to have his charges reduced if he successfully completes Ottawa County’s Drug Court.
Michigan's sex offender registry law must be rewritten after the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday let stand a decision that found the state was treating people as "moral lepers" by saddling them with excessive restrictions.
A Conklin man charged in connection with a snowmobile crash that seriously injured his older brother in February was put on probation for a year when sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.