A Fennville woman has pleaded not guilty to operating while impaired – a charge that resulted after she lost control of her vehicle and ran into a house in Grand Haven earlier this month.
Shaun Gallon, 40, pleaded no contest to the murders of Jason Allen, 26, and Lindsay Cutshall, 22, of Ohio.
Bobby Butch Pollard, 39, could not lawfully acquire or possess firearms or ammunition because he is a convicted felon, federal officials said.
In September 2015, the FBI executed federal search warrants at a home in Eaton Rapids, where the brothers resided with their parents, and at a campsite in Grand Haven, where the older Collard brother was camping at the time.
Preliminary examination for defendant in double fatal crash — involving the deaths of a couple with ties to the Nunica/Spring Lake area — delayed pending appeal of motion decisions.
Child rapist Antonio Rivera lost a bid to have his prison sentence reduced for sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl in Ottawa County in 2016.
A search of Eric Dykman’s home in Muskegon turned up 15,588 images and 226 videos of child pornography, many showing sexual assaults of children who appeared to be less than 8 years old.
A jury convicted Richardo Urbina on Tuesday following six days of trial in federal court in Grand Rapids on multiple charges related to sex trafficking and distributing cocaine.
Former West Ottawa High School student Davian Weston was sentenced Monday to two years of probation for bringing a gun to school last September.
The conspiracy spanned from as early as 2011 until July 2017, when the group was initially indicted.
She operated a practice called Susan Drust Family Medicine in Norton Shores.
Mark Sorensen, 61, is facing two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct.
When David Elliot Werking, 40, moved out of his parents’ house at the “request of local law enforcement” in August 2017, he left behind some belongings.
Police found cocaine with an estimated street value of at least $1 million in the luggage of two Detroit-area men who flew into Gerald R. Ford International Airport in late March.
The Michigan Supreme Court has reappointed Ottawa County’s chief Circuit Court judge, Jon Van Allsburg, to the Business Court for a six-year term.