GRAND RAPIDS — Two Venezuelan men were sentenced this week to federal prison for stealing $125,000 from ATMs in the Midwest.
Parole Board will send recommendation to governor, who will make final decision on convicted murderer’s commutation.
The Muskegon County Prosecutor's Office announced Wednesday that it will dismiss all marijuana cases currently pending that comply with Proposal 1, which was approved by Michigan voters last week.
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GRAND RAPIDS — People who have misdemeanor marijuana cases pending in Kent County will see criminal charges dismissed, Prosecutor Chris Becker said Thursday.
Abdul Majid Saidi, 42, and Walid Mounir Chehade, 38, will now face a maximum of five years in prison, three years of supervised release and a $250,000 fine.
A Kent County jury on Tuesday found former Kent County Assistant Prosecutor Josh Kuiper not guilty of a felony driving offense for a wrong-way crash that injured a man retrieving a coat from his parked car.
A teacher has been placed on administrative leave after allegations of “inappropriate and illegal conduct.”
Linda LeFebre, the former director of Macatawa Area Transit (MAX), pleaded guilty Monday to embezzling more than $30,000 from the Holland-area bus service.
Ronald Lee Redick, 81, who is serving a life sentence for the premeditated murder of his business partner in 1991, will have his sentence commutation request heard next month.
Root’s original sentence of life in prison in 2015 was overturned.
Cameron Troy Lawson, 39, is lodged in the Ottawa County Jail pending a $25,000 cash bond, Capt. Mark Bennett of the Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
In 2011, Darrell Patterson was fired from his job at an Orlando Walgreen’s Customer Care Center for missing work on a Saturday.
Tatiana Fusari and her husband, Seth Welch (who graduated from Grand Haven High School in 2009), are facing first-degree child abuse and felony murder charges in the early August death of their 10-month-old daughter.
Scott Meirs, then 50, was arrested Aug. 4, 2013, and was charged with second-degree home invasion after his Spring Lake neighbor called police and said Meirs had entered her home and stolen prescription drugs.