The second of two brothers arrested for breaking and entering a Grand Haven Board of Light & Power property pleaded guilty to the charges in Ottawa County Circuit Court on Monday.
A Zeeland man faces up to life in prison after pleading no contest to charges connected to a break-in and assault at a Park Township home in March.
The trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 9.
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 moment of distraction led to a tragic result when 20-month-old Lily Mohney drowned in a bathtub late last year.
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.
George Alan Campbell, 54, is one of two brothers charged in connection to a breaking and entering at Grand Haven Board of Light & Power property on April 23.
A Ludington man faces up to life in prison after pleading no contest to charges in Ottawa County that he assaulted and imprisoned his girlfriend shortly before Christmas.
The trial for accused murderer Wendell Earl Popejoy has been delayed now that the Coopersville man has retained a new attorney.
Ottawa County Circuit Judge Jon Hulsing complimented a group of middle school students for basically grinding through what would have been a weeklong trial in just a couple of hours.
A 22-year-old Pinckney man was sent to jail for 30 days on Monday for an assault on his girlfriend in Allendale Township last fall.
Despite knowing that a death was involved, Ottawa County Circuit Judge Jon Hulsing said that could not be factored in when he ordered a former Grand Haven man to jail for 90 days on a drug possession conviction.
Two Ottawa County men charged in separate cases of preying on 14- and 15-year-old girls were both sent to prison for a minimum of three years following their hearings Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A 39-year-old Spring Lake man has pleaded guilty to charges of larceny in a building and second-degree home invasion.
A Hudsonville man and owner of a Jenison car dealership was ordered to serve 30 days in jail and perform 50 hours of community service for writing a bad check for almost $50,000.