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Man arrested after nearly three-hour standoff in Battle Creek

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — The Battle Creek Police Department Emergency Response Team surrounded a home on Fremont Street after a report of an assault. Battle Creek police were sent to a home on the corner of Fremont Street and Calhoun Street just after 7:30 p.m. Monday after a report of an assault between a man and a woman.
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Stand-Off with Police Ends with Battle Creek Man Behind Bars

The Battle Creek Police Emergency Response Team was deployed following a stand-off with police. A man is behind bars after a nearly three-hour stand-off with Battle Creek police on Monday, September 27, 2021. Officers with the Battle Creek Police Department were called at approximately 7:40 p.m. to the area of Fremont Street and Calhoun Street for a reported felonious assault.
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Driver drops off gunshot victim, wrecks leaving the hospital

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Police were investigating a shooting Monday after a victim showed up at Bronson Hospital in Kalamazoo at approximately 1:30p.m. The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety said a person who drove the gunshot victim to the hospital crashed after dropping the victim off. The crash was reported at...
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Man heading to trial in Kalamazoo fatal shooting case, after 18 months of delays

KALAMAZOO, MI – A Kalamazoo man is heading toward a jury trial in the case of a fatal shooting more than 18 months after his arrest. Scott Kenneth Jones, 36, had an in-person preliminary hearing Sept. 17 before Kalamazoo County District Judge Christopher Haenicke. Jones was bound over to Circuit Court one on felony count of open murder and felony firearms. One count each of felony firearms and possession of a firearm by a felon were dismissed when the case was bound over.
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‘I pray you never forget,’ says aunt of student killed at Kalamazoo facility as nurse is sentenced for child abuse

KALAMAZOO, MI – The former director of nursing at Lakeside Academy was sentenced to probation Monday after the death of a student at the facility in April 2020. Heather McLogan, 49, was sentenced to 18 months of probation for one felony count of third-degree child abuse before Kalamazoo County Circuit Judge Gary Giguere. She accepted a plea deal July 29, in which the prosecutor agreed to dismiss charges of involuntary manslaughter and one felony charge of second-degree child abuse causing death at a childcare organization.
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17-year-old Boy Missing from Hastings Since September 10, 2021

Missing Hastings teen was last seen in early September after telling his boss he was going to Houghton Lake. Family and friends of 17-year-old Lane Roslund say they are worried for the teen who had been working in Northern Michigan. Lane, from Hastings, Michigan, normally was in regular contact with his family in Hastings until his disappearance.
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