Coopersville man to stand trial for fatally shooting his wife

Tribune photo/Becky VargoAssistant Prosecuting Attorney Cara Wilkinson questions Ottawa County Sheriff's Deputy Meri-Beth Brouwer during the hearing on Friday.

A 25-year-old Coopersville man charged with fatally shooting his wife was bound over to stand trial after a preliminary hearing Friday morning in Ottawa County District Court.

Jaron Paul Chatman will face charges of voluntary manslaughter and felony firearm when he is arraigned in Ottawa County Circuit Court on Jan. 6, 2020.

Coopersville man to stand trial for fatally shooting his wife

Tribune photo/Becky VargoAssistant Public Defender Eduardo Velazquez questions Ottawa County Sheriff Detective Tyler Kempema during a preliminary examination Friday for Velazquez's client, Jaron Paul Chatman.

Coopersville man to stand trial for fatally shooting his wife

Tribune photo/Becky VargoJaron Paul Chatman talks to one of his attorneys during a break in his preliminary examination Friday morning in Ottawa County District Court.

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