Some parents thought about keeping their children home from school Thursday, the day it was rumored that a couple of students were planning to bring guns to Spring Lake High School.
Longtime firefighters say they are honored to join the police side of the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety.
Grand Haven investigators say they're not sure why Jeffery Steven Scarbrough, 29, was found inside his Honda Pilot submerged in the Muskegon River, but they do believe the reason does not involve foul play.
The Grand Haven Department of Public Safety is asking for help identifying the man in these pictures posted on the department’s Facebook page Wednesday morning.
WEST OLIVE — Representatives from several area police agencies gathered at the Ottawa County Fillmore Complex on Tuesday for a National Peace Officers Day memorial service.
Family members last heard from Jeffrey Scarbrough on Saturday night.
A brief lockdown Tuesday at Zeeland East High School, Zeeland West High School and Quincy Elementary School was lifted after 22 minutes once a suspect was taken into police custody.
A preliminary examination for a man charged in a double fatal crash was rescheduled to June 3, following a hearing Monday in Muskegon County District Court.
Police are seeking information on the whereabouts of a 29-year-old Grand Haven-area man who has been missing since Saturday.
Officer says he's proud to be part of the community he serves.
Suspects fled with “an undetermined” amount of guns after breaking into an Ottawa County gun shop early Monday morning.
One driver was injured in a two-car crash Sunday afternoon on North Beacon Boulevard at Jackson Street.
Motorists may have noticed an additional police presence recently along the M-104 corridor, from Fruitport Road to M-231.
Police were dispatched to the car-pedestrian incident on Savidge Street, near Prospect Street in the village, at 7:20 a.m. Thursday.
CROCKERY TWP. — Neighbors said there was a large police presence on 144th Avenue, just south of Leonard Road in Crockery Township, shortly after the residents heard two loud “booms” early Thursday afternoon.