He is facing up to life in federal prison.
The trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 9.
Rather than accept a plea offer, a Bay City dad instead watched his daughter testify about how he set fire to their home while producing marijuana wax, giving her severe burns in the process.
The man who struck and killed an 18-year-old bicyclist in Holland late last year has been sentenced to nine months of probation for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Deborah Ann Gathergood, 53, apologized to the judge, saying it’s a “sick waste of time” and that “I can’t believe I’m capable of being here again.”
A West Olive man accused of making threats of terrorism, among other things, is seeking to have his three court cases consolidated into two.
A moment of distraction led to a tragic result when 20-month-old Lily Mohney drowned in a bathtub late last year.
Ottawa County is being sued for more than $25,000 after a woman was injured at a county-owned park, according to documents filed recently in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
Jason Kapala apologized to his victim – his former girlfriend – and his own family prior to being sentenced to a minimum 19 years in prison for a Christmas Eve attack on the woman he described as his best friend.
A 46-year-old Parchment woman was ordered to serve a minimum 28 months in prison when sentenced for embezzlement Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
Jeffrey Willis has been sentenced to for the kidnapping and murder of Jessica Heeringa.
MUSKEGON — Jeffrey Willis is scheduled to be sentenced on Monday, June 18 for the murder of Jessica Heeringa.
A Grand Haven man accused of fondling himself in public will have to wait for his next day in court until a claim of “vindictive prosecution” is investigated.
A warrant was issued by Ottawa County District Court Judge Susan Jonas on May 31 for Linda LeFebre after the Holland Department of Public Safety opened an investigation against her in March. Another independent investigation was opened by MAX.
Willis was originally scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday, June 12.