Two Ottawa County men charged in separate cases of preying on 14- and 15-year-old girls were both sent to prison for a minimum of three years following their hearings Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A 39-year-old Spring Lake man has pleaded guilty to charges of larceny in a building and second-degree home invasion.
A Hudsonville man and owner of a Jenison car dealership was ordered to serve 30 days in jail and perform 50 hours of community service for writing a bad check for almost $50,000.
Douglas Scott Evans was sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court. His sentence includes probation for three years when he is released from jail.
A 31-year-old Holland man pleaded guilty Monday to committing an armed robbery in August 2016.
A former Grand Haven man must serve 330 days in jail for embezzling from his employer, a crime he committed while on probation for another embezzlement conviction.
A 29-year-old Grand Rapids man will go to prison for a minimum of four years and up to 15 years for molesting a 6-year-old girl in Grand Haven Township.
A Belmont man with a lengthy criminal history earned another year behind bars when he was sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
Jennifer Edmondson faced up to 90 days in jail after she struck a parked car while driving in Wright Township in February 2017.
A Dowagiac man was sent to prison for a minimum of almost two years when sentenced Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court on a drunken driving incident that resulted in a serious injury crash in Grand Haven Township.
Dontrale Marcellus Hudson, 28, promised Ottawa County Judge Karen Miedema on Monday that she would never see him again.
A 53-year-old West Olive woman will spend 60 days in jail after being sentenced Monday for her third drunken driving offense.
A 29-year-old Grand Rapids man faces up to 15 years in prison after pleading no contest to a charge that he molested a 6-year-old girl in Grand Haven Township.
Jon David Kubiak, who know lives in Grand Rapids, told Ottawa County Judge Karen Miedema, “I used company accounts to purchase items for my personal use.”
A Muskegon man will spend at least five years in prison for an assault on his girlfriend in Olive Township last summer.