PARK TWP. — A 17-year-old West Ottawa High School student is in jail after bringing a gun to school, which prompted a lockdown late Thursday morning.
Jenison Public Schools confirms the 14-year-old died from his injuries.
The male teens were taken into custody for the charge of a false report or threat of terrorism, which is a 20-year felony and/or a $20,000 fine, according to a media release from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
One Grand Haven man remains hospitalized and another has been charged with drunken driving following a rollover crash in Robinson Township on April 28.
Police said Tuesday that a West Olive man killed Sunday in an officer-involved shooting died as the result of a single gunshot wound.
The wife of the shooting suspect in Muskegon says that she had been involved with multiple calls to police asking for help long before Matthew Hartman was shot and killed by police in a standoff at their West Olive home.
The reported claims of sexual abuse cannot be charged because they are barred by the Michigan statute of limitations.
Investigators launched an investigation last month at the Rainbow Child Care Center after receiving reports that a worker may have assaulted young children.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — People across Grand Haven Township reported a large explosion that shook floors and rattled windows late Sunday afternoon.