A man who police say broke into two Coopersville-area homes and assaulted their residents was arraigned Thursday on four related charges in Ottawa County District Court in Grand Haven.
Robert Lee Williams III, 59, pleaded guilty in early June to criminal sexual conduct in the first degree, as well as to possession of child sexually abusive material.
A 43-year-old Spring Lake man apologized to his victims, but lamented that he put his trust in the wrong people.
A 19-year-old Allendale man was ordered to serve 60 days in jail and was put on probation for two years when sentenced Monday for a drunk driving crash that seriously injured a Detroit-area man.
A Muskegon woman was given a chance to prove to her 3-year-old child that she will never steal again when she was sentenced to 18 months probation Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
Benjamin Matthew Gladding, 26, was ordered to serve at least two and a half and up to 15 years for a drunken driving crash on Oct. 28, 2018.
Prosecutors say Patrick Beeman told police he gets urges to do odd things, like look for bottles in the garbage to clog toilets and cause them to overflow.
Scott Allen DeBruyn entered a not-guilty plea when arraigned Monday afternoon in Ottawa County Circuit Court in connection with a drug-related death two years ago.
Justin David Streeter, 29, was denied bond after being charged with open murder. He is lodged in the Ottawa County Jail.
Nine conservative federal appeals court judges, including four Trump appointees, insisted Tuesday that teachers at religious schools should not be allowed to sue their employers for alleged labor violations.
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.
Judge to review testimony before determining if there is enough evidence to bind Spring Lake man over to higher court.
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.