A Muskegon woman was ordered Monday to serve 300 days in jail for a drugged driving crash in Coopersville last summer that injured her daughter and four people in another vehicle.
Daniel Butler, 21, had nothing to say when he was sentenced Monday on two criminal sexual conduct convictions in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A Coopersville man faces up to 30 years in prison after pleading no contest to a drunken driving crash that resulted in the death of two Marne residents.
A man charged with stabbing two people at a Holland apartment during a fight last year was remanded to jail Monday morning, despite pleading no contest to misdemeanor charges.
Jennifer M. Edmondson, 42, was given credit for 199 days already served in jail.
Cameron Michael Toppen, 19, is now scheduled to have a two-day trial on first-degree child abuse and murder charges. The trial is set to begin March 26.
A 39-year-old Muskegon woman was sent to prison for at least five years for embezzling more than $650,000 from a Grand Haven builder.
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Patricia Ann Murphy, 29, now faces up to five years in prison when she is sentenced Feb. 18 on that and two other charges.
A 25-year-old Muskegon man was ordered to spend 90 days in jail when sentenced on retail fraud and a dangerous weapon charge Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
A 33-year-old Spring Lake woman was ordered to serve 180 days in jail despite her attorney’s request for reduced jail time from what was recommended for the retail fraud incident.
A 75-year-old Grand Haven man was put on one-year probation when sentenced on an aggravated indecent exposure charge Monday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.
Jennifer M. Edmondson, 42, was awaiting sentencing on a prior third-offense drunken driving charge at the time, officials noted.
A 36-year-old Spring Lake man charged with third-offense drunken driving was ordered Monday to serve 30 days in the Ottawa County Jail.
Stacey Marie Nickoles, 41, pleaded guilty Monday in front of Judge Jon Hulsing. An hour later, she was sentenced.
“He's not able to conform to society and is a danger to society if he is released,” prosecutor Jay Tubergen said.