Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office detectives say they have identified four suspects in a string of home invasions and larcenies from vehicles reported in the southeast quadrant of the county.
ZEELAND TWP. — A Zeeland man in his 20s suffered minor injuries in a shooting that occurred at a Zeeland-area residence Tuesday evening.
The training sessions are conducted by the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff's Office issued them in response to a recent increase in thefts.
TALLMADGE TWP. — Four young men were injured, at least one seriously, in a single car crash early Sunday morning on M-45.
The Ottawa County Board of Commissioners is now made up of all male members, but it has its first Democrat elected to a seat since 1970.
WRIGHT TWP. — A 33-year-old Grand Rapids woman was in critical condition on New Year’s Day after driving the wrong-way on eastbound I-96 and colliding with another car head-on in Ottawa County’s Wright Township.
Three people were injured in a two-car crash late Monday afternoon at the intersection of 144th Avenue and Hickory Street in Crockery Township.
PORT SHELDON TWP. — A Ravenna-area man died in a one-car rollover crash shortly after a freezing rain started coating roads in West Michigan Saturday evening.
For Ottawa County to find a long-term solution to homelessness, it will require addressing its lack of affordable housing.
CHESTER TWP. — A 68-year-old Chester Township woman died as the result of burns she suffered in a fire Christmas Day.
A Holland man tried to run down police, and then led them on a chase after reportedly destroying items in a local sporting goods store early Sunday afternoon.
WRIGHT TWP. — Speed and alcohol were factors in a Friday night crash that left a Walker man injured, according to Sgt. J. Douglas of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
The Ottawa County Selection Committee has chosen former Park Township supervisor and former state lawmaker Amanda Price to serve as the county treasurer.
Editor’s note: The man interviewed for this story asked to remain anonymous because of his infirmity and because he has opioid medications in his home. He will be identified in this story as John Doe.