HOLLAND TWP. — Two Holland Township males have been arrested in relation to a series of break-ins in the Holland and Zeeland area, and they are also suspected of starting the fire that burned down Graphix Signs & Embroidery on Nov. 20.
More than 50 mailboxes were damaged by vandals in Kent County and Tallmadge Township between Wednesday night, Nov. 23 and Thursday morning, Nov. 24.
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM-TV) — After a statewide Amber Alert, an alleged attempted murder in Muskegon and a manhunt, Grand Rapids police have located a suspect and arrested him.
There have been eight separate reports of catalytic converters being stolen from cars since late October.
NORTON SHORES — Ross Park Elementary School in Norton Shores was on lockdown Monday afternoon after a stabbing was reported at a nearby residence.
FLINT — Police say the recent death of a vehicle passenger after teenagers allegedly threw rocks from a Flint area overpass is just one of many cases in past decades where people hurl debris from area bridges.
Police responded to the restaurant at 1617 S. Beacon Blvd. at 3:12 p.m. after an employee reported taking a call of a bomb threat. The restaurant was immediately evacuated and barricades were put up in front it.
Timothy Scott O’Connor, 20, was taken into custody in Florida last week, police said.
A 32-year-old Fruitland Township man was arrested Monday morning after he stole a large construction crane and drove through fences and parking lots along Roberts Street in Muskegon, police said.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office took a 57-year-old Holland Township man into custody about four and half hours after a bank robbery on Thursday.
Police arrested an alleged drunken driver about seven miles after he fled during an attempted stop late Tuesday night.
Police are looking for two suspects involved in an armed robbery at a Holland-area car wash on Monday.
Muskegon police said the toddler's body was found concealed Friday morning in a bedroom.
A doctor was charged Thursday with performing genital mutilation on two young Minnesota girls who traveled to Michigan with their mothers, the first federal prosecution of what the government describes as "horrifying acts of brutality."
Charges are pending against a juvenile after a Michigan mother said a social media prank in which her 11-year-old son's girlfriend faked her own suicide led the boy to take his own life.