Lansing man gets jail time for driving into Grand Haven fire hydrant, house

Becky Vargo • Oct 3, 2017 at 7:45 PM

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.

Hector Moses-Laymon Redmond was also put on probation for two years. He was given credit for 115 days already spent in jail since the June 9 incident. He was also ordered to pay more than $18,350 in restitution, with the exact amount yet to be determined.

Redmond pleaded guilty Aug. 14 to charges of fleeing a police officer (third degree) and resisting and obstructing police. In exchange for the plea, a charge of failure to report an accident was dismissed.

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