Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Deputy David Glover - Sentenced - Washtenaw SD

 DAVID GLOVER [FORMER WASHTENAW COUNTY SD DEPUTY]: Sentenced August 28,  2007






Also See:
February 26, 2008: Deputy David Glover. Sentenced.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/02/deputy-david-glover-washtenaw-sd.html

October 19, 2007: Deputy David Glover. Aggravated stalking and probation violation.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/10/deputy-david-glover-washtenaw-county-sd.html

August 28, 2007: Deputy David Glover. Sentenced.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2009/10/oidv-offender-update-david-glover.html

February 10, 2007: Deputy David Glover. Domestic violence.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/02/deputy-david-glover-washtenaw-county-sd.html

February 10, 2007: Deputy David Glover. Assault or Assault and Battery.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/02/deputy-david-glover-washtenaw-sd.html

February 10, 2007: Deputy David Glover. Cut, break, tap wire or cable.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/02/deputy-david-glover-washtenaw-sd_10.html

2004. Deputy David Glover. Domestic violence.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2004/01/deputy-david-glover-washtenaw-county-sd.html






ORIGINAL CHARGES: 1ST DEGREE HOME INVASION; DOMESTIC ASSAULT; AND CUTTING / TAPPING PHONE LINES. AGGRAVATED STALKING AND VIOLATION OF PROBATION.

MDOC NUMBER: 654766
CURRENT STATUS: DISCHARGED
LOCATION:
SECURITY LEVEL:
EARLIEST RELEASE DATE:
DISCHARGE DATE: 03/24/2009




SENTENCE 1:
OFFENSE: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

MCL #: 750.812
COURT FILE # : 07268-FH
COUNTY: WASHTENAW
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE:
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 2 YEARS 6 MONTHS

DATE OF OFFENSE: 02/10/2007
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/28/2007
DISCHARGE DATE: 03/24/2009














SENTENCE 3:
OFFENSE: CUT, BREAK, TAP WIRE OR CABLE


MCL #: 750.540
COURT FILE # : 07068-FH
COUNTY: WASHTENAW
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE:
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 2 YEARS 6 MONTHS DATE OF OFFENSE: 02/10//2007
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/28/2007
DISCHARGE DATE: 03/24/2009




























 







Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Deputy Justin Revnell - Grand Traverse SD

Also See:

Deputy Justin Revnell [Sheriff Scott Fewin's nephew] - Charged with domestic violence






Editorial
Justin Revnell honored by MADD selection?
Traverse City Record-Eagle
08/28/2007
http://www.record-eagle.com/2007/aug/28edit.htm

Call it clueless, bizarre, unintentionally ironic or hypocritical, but MADD's recent selection of a Grand Traverse County sheriff's deputy as recipient of a local SALUTE Michigan Law Enforcement award is a real jaw-dropper.

Apparently, Justin Revnell earned MADD's praise for logging 41 drunken driving arrests over the past year. The group must be fixated on numbers, because its choice of Revnell otherwise ignored context, history and common sense.

Revnell allegedly was intoxicated on at least two occasions in 2004 when he roughed up a live-in girlfriend, including once when he allegedly wheeled home from a local watering hole and got into it with the woman, prompting her to call for help.

A state police-administered blood-alcohol test indicated Revnell remained drunk hours after he drove home from the bar.

Local prosecutors charged Revnell with domestic violence, but their case collapsed by spring 2005 when their chief witness — Revnell's alleged victim — disappeared after a few conversations with Revnell and his uncle/employer, Sheriff Scott Fewins.

The deputy remains on the county payroll, thanks to the vanishing act, but he sure doesn't rate a commendation for alcohol enforcement.

MADD's praise of Revnell and three other local officers was announced on the eve of a local crackdown on drunken driving. Sheriff's deputies and state police from the Traverse City post are among agencies to receive bonus tax dollars to pay for extra patrols to sniff out imbibing drivers.

Motorists caught in the dragnet face jail time, stiff fines and loss of driving privileges.That is, unless the offenders work for the sheriff's department or state police. The same tough standards don't seem to apply to them.

In addition to Revnell, sheriff's deputy Gregory McManemy and then-Traverse City state police trooper David Meder ran afoul of the law after allegedly drinking too much.

McManemy this summer escaped a drunken driving charge after a long delay in taking a Breathalyzer test, while Meder last year crashed his vehicle and slipped away into the night after a boozy evening. Meder, it seems, learned a lesson from his previous 1990s drunken driving crash, arrest and conviction. This time he escaped big trouble by fleeing the scene, refusing to let responding cops in his house, and repeatedly lying. Either way, he kept his job.

These days, Revnell, McManemy and Meder are back on patrol, keeping a sharp eye out for drunks who don't wear badges.

Thankfully, MADD is out there to support law enforcement's push against drunken driving, even those who don't walk the walk, or even a straight line.











Alleged Drunk Cop Rewarded by MADD for 41 DUI Arrests
Cop with 41 DUI arrests has alleged alcohol charges himself
San Diego DUI Law Center
Sunday, August 26, 2007

MADD recently commended Justin Revnell, a sheriff's deputy, as part of its "SALUTE Michigan Law Enforcement program that encourages agencies to prioritize drunk driving arrests.

"Revnell, nephew of Grand Traverse County Sheriff Scott Fewins, was charged with domestic violence after an alleged drunken altercation with a life-in girlfriend in late 2004.

The alleged victim said Revnell was allegedly intoxicated when he drove home from a Garfield Township tavern Dec. 30, 2004, and allegedly assaulted her during an argument. Prosecutors also alleged another alcohol-related incident against Revnell stemming from an earlier encounter with the woman.

Michigan's MADD spokesman, Homer Smith, claimed he wasn't aware of Revnell's troubles.

MADD relies on local police to recommend officers for recognition and doesn't do background checks on those officers.

Officers with more than 25 drunk driving arrests over the past year received MADD awards. Revnell had 41 DUI arrests. Which criminal defense lawyer will he call?









MADD honors deputy despite past charges
Traverse City Record-Eagle
By VICTOR SKINNER
08/22/2007
http://www.record-eagle.com/2007/aug/22revnell.htm

TRAVERSE CITY — Justin Revnell, Mothers Against Drunk Driving salutes you.

MADD's state chapter recently commended Revnell, a Grand Traverse County sheriff's deputy, as part of its SALUTE Michigan Law Enforcement program "that encourages agencies to prioritize drunk driving arrests.”

Revnell, nephew of Grand Traverse County Sheriff Scott Fewins, was charged with domestic violence after an alleged drunken altercation with a live-in girlfriend in late 2004.

The alleged victim said Revnell was intoxicated when he drove home from a Garfield Township tavern on Dec. 30, 2004, and assaulted her during an argument. State police who responded hours after Revnell arrived home conducted a test that registered his blood-alcohol level at .08, the level considered drunk in Michigan.

Prosecutors also alleged another alcohol-related incident against Revnell stemming from an earlier encounter with the woman. Charges against Revnell were dropped after prosecutors lost their key witness when the woman disappeared from the area.

Michigan's MADD spokesman, Homer Smith, said he wasn't aware of Revnell's troubles. MADD relies on local police to recommend officers for recognition and doesn't do background checks on those officers, Smith said.

"The only information we collect is the name of the individuals and the number of drunk driving arrests they have made,” Smith said. "We would be concerned if an individual had been convicted of an alcohol offense ... but that is not information we are privy to.”

Fewins said officers with more than 25 drunk driving arrests over the past year received MADD awards. Revnell had 41, Fewins said.

Revnell earned an "insignia bar” from MADD for his efforts.

The MADD presentation to Revnell and three other local officers came on the eve of a federally funded, local law enforcement crackdown on drunken driving. Area agencies participating in the project include the Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Department and Michigan State Police Traverse City post.

Officers from both agencies had alcohol-related problems over the past year, though none was charged with drunken driving.

Grand Traverse sheriff's officials continue to investigate deputy Gregory Scott McManemy, who was stopped in June for alleged drunken driving at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in Leelanau County.

McManemy, 43, had been drinking and driving erratically when park rangers stopped his vehicle on M-22, but he was deemed under the legal limit after a second blood-alcohol test at the Grand Traverse County Jail nearly two hours later.

He was not charged with an alcohol-related offense and is back on road patrol while sheriff's officials wait for arrest reports from the Park Service.

Revnell and McManemy could participate — but are not expected to — in the statewide drunk driving crackdown, Fewins said.

State police trooper David Meder was transferred from Traverse City to South Haven, a tourist community on Michigan's southwest lakeshore, and suspended from duty for 10 days after he crashed his off-duty vehicle into a telephone pole on Peninsula Drive in May 2006.

Witnesses said Meder, who had a previous drunken driving conviction after an incident in the mid-1990s, had been drinking heavily at Brady's Bar in Traverse City before the crash.

Meder fled the crash scene on foot, reported his vehicle stolen to his insurance company, then retracting that statement days later.

Meder was sentenced to six months probation and ordered to pay more than $6,000 in restitution for two misdemeanors for failing to report the crash.He was not charged with an alcohol-related offense.









DUI enforcement gets a boost
Agencies get funding for crackdown
Traverse City Record-Eagle
By VICTOR SKINNER
08/22/2007
http://www.record-eagle.com/2007/aug/22drunkdrivers.htm

TRAVERSE CITY — Area police are beefing up drunken driving patrols through Labor Day weekend amid a statewide rise in alcohol- and drug-related traffic fatalities.

The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning is distributing approximately $650,000 in federal funds to 230 police agencies in 55 counties to support a crackdown on drunken driving that runs from Aug. 17 through Sept. 3.

In 2006, the number of alcohol- and drug-related traffic deaths increased 8 percent to represent just over 40 percent of all fatal crashes, the highest percentage in over a decade, according to the OHSP.

Last year 440 people died and 7,678 were injured in wrecks involving drugs or alcohol.

The Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Department and Traverse City Police kicked off the program with a press conference at the law enforcement center on Aug. 16. There, officials from Mothers Against Drunk Driving honored local officers for their efforts in preventing drunk driving.

City police officers Joseph Soffredine and Mark Lion and sheriff's deputies Bradley Kirkpatrick and Justin Revnell were commended with insignia bars based on their annual number of drunken driving arrests.

Sheriff Scott Fewins and city police Capt. Steve Morgan said they believe overtime patrols will take more drunk drivers off the road.

"Normally, we do arrest people on the grants because people assigned to that can concentrate on traffic and looking for apparent drunk drivers,” Morgan said.

"You are going to see increased numbers because the officers don't get called away,” Fewins said.

Traverse City's state police post commander Lt. William Elliott said extra troopers will patrol area highways over the Labor Day weekend but he also plans to use the grant money in other ways.

"We are using some of the money to do warrant sweeps for people who have outstanding warrants for alcohol-related offenses,” he said.

In Wexford County, 20 percent of fatal and serious injury accidents involved alcohol, and sheriff's officials said they believe the crackdown will help reduce that figure in more ways than one.

"It isn't just the arrests, it's the fact we are doing the media campaign and people see the officers out there,” said Sheriff Gary Finstrom. "It is those benefits of the program that are basically unmeasurable.”

Log on to www.michigan.gov/ohsp for more information on enforcement times, dates and locations.




Chief Daniel Black - Sentenced - Lake Angelus PD


Also See:

Former Chief Daniel Black [Lake Angelus PD] charged with CSC : Feb. 23, 2007





SEXUALLY ASSAULTED A FEMALE RELATIVE:
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/02/chief-daniel-black-lake-angelus-pd.html

ORIGINAL CHARGES: FOUR COUNTS OF 1ST DEGREE CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT; TWO COUNTS OF 2ND DEGREE CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT; AND FOUR COUNTS OF 3RD DEGREE CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT.

MDOC NUMBER: 658237
CURRENT STATUS: PRISONER
LOCATION: COOPER STREET FACILITY
SECURITY LEVEL: 1
EARLIEST RELEASE DATE: 02/21/2016
MAXIMUM DISCHARGE DATE: 02/21/2022

SENTENCE 1:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT, 3RD DEGREE
MCL #: 750.520D1D
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 12/30/2005
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 2:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT, 3RD DEGREE
MCL #: 750.520D1D
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 12/30/2005
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 3:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT, 3RD DEGREE
MCL #: 750.520D1D
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 12/01/2005
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 4:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT, 3RD DEGREE

MCL #: 750.520D1D
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 01/01/2004
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 5:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT 1ST DEGREE [RELATIONSHIP]
MCL #: 750.520B1B
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 01/01/2003
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 6:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT 1ST DEGREE [RELATIONSHIP]
MCL #: 750.520B1B
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 01/01/2003
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 7:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT 1ST DEGREE [RELATIONSHIP]

MCL #: 750.520B1B
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 01/01/2003
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 8:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT 1ST DEGREE [RELATIONSHIP]

MCL #: 750.520B1B
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 04/01/2003
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 9:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT 2ND DEGREE [MULTIPLE VARIABLES]

MCL #: 750.520C
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 01/01/2001
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007

SENTENCE 10:
OFFENSE: CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT 2ND DEGREE [MULTIPLE VARIABLES]

MCL #: 750.520C
COURT FILE # : 07213846-FC
COUNTY: OAKLAND
CONVICTION TYPE: NOLO CONTENDERE
MINIMUM SENTENCE: 9 YEARS 0 MONTHS
MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 15 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 01/01/2001
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/22/2007


 
 
 








Ex-Police Chief of Detroit-Area Community Sentenced in Sex Abuse
By Tiffany Griffin
Story Created: Aug 23, 2007 at 7:55 AM EST
Story Updated: Aug 23, 2007 at 7:55 AM EST
WSBT2 Southbend IN
http://www.wsbt.com/news/michigan/9329801.html

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — A former police chief of the Detroit-area community of Lake Angelus, who retired in 2004 after serving in the post for 18 years, will serve 9 to 15 years in prison for sexual abuse involving a girl.

Daniel P. Black, 50, of Clarkston, was charged with 10 counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. He pleaded no contest on Monday just as his trial was to get under way.

Despite a plea for mercy from Black's victim, Oakland County Circuit Judge Edward Sosnick said Wednesday that Black had already received a break in his plea deal. He could have faced up to life in prison.

The charges stem from allegations of sexual abuse from 2001, when the girl was 12, until late 2005. The case surfaced when the girl's mother found her daughter had received inappropriate text messages from Black.







Ex-police chief sentenced in sex abuse of girl
Thu, Aug 23, 2007
Grand Haven Tribune
http://www.grandhaventribune.com/paid/38569050556300.bsp


PONTIAC (AP) — A former police chief of the Detroit-area community of Lake Angelus, who retired in 2004 after serving in the post for 18 years, will serve 9 to 15 years in prison for sexual abuse involving a girl.

Daniel P. Black, 50, of Clarkston, was charged with 10 counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct. He pleaded no contest on Monday just as his trial was to get under way.

Despite a plea for mercy from Black's victim, Oakland County Circuit Judge Edward Sosnick said Wednesday that Black got off easy; he could have faced up to life in prison, the judge said.

The charges stem from allegations of sexual abuse from 2001, when the girl was 12, until late 2005.

The case surfaced when the girl's mother found her daughter had received inappropriate text messages from Black.








Judge sentences molester to 9-15
Web-posted Aug 22, 2007
By ANN ZANIEWSKI
Of The Oakland Press
http://theoaklandpress.com/stories/082207/loc_20070822141.shtml

A judge today sentenced a former Lake Angeles police chief to 9-15 years in prison for sexually assaulting a girl. Daniel Black, 50, earlier pleaded no contest to 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct. He chose not to comment in court today when offered an opportunity by Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Edward Sosnick.

The victim, now 19, was assaulted from 2001-2005. She did not appear in court, but an acquaintance of hers read a statement on her behalf. In the statement, the victim wrote that Black did not ruin her life, and she said she would be happy with six years being the minimum amount of time he could spend in jail.

"I do not want him to be in prison the rest of his life," the victim wrote.











Former Lake Angelus chief going to prison
Web-posted Aug 7, 2007
By STEPHEN FRYE
Of The Oakland Press
http://theoaklandpress.com/stories/080707/loc_2007080707.shtml

The former police chief of Lake Angelus pleaded no contest Monday to 10 counts of criminal sexual conduct involving a teenage acquaintance, agreeing to a sentence that will send him to prison for at least nine years.

Daniel Black, 50, formerly of Independence Township, entered the plea just as his trial was to get under way. The plea followed about two hours of negotiations between his attorneys and prosecutors.

Oakland County Circuit Judge Edward Sosnick accepted the sentencing agreement for a prison term of nine to 15 years, noting the reluctance of the victim, a girl who is now 19, to testify.
"I'm sympathetic to that," Sosnick said of the victim. "I think she would like to go on with her life."

Earlier Monday morning, Sosnick approved a material witness warrant for the victim, which could have allowed officials to jail her to compel her to testify. An aunt said she was simply late for court, but her attorney said she was reluctant to relive the years of sexual abuse Black was accused of perpetrating.

"I think that there was a good resolution to this matter," Assistant Oakland County Prosecutor Elisa Ramunno said. "He pled as charged, he admitted what he did and we spared the victim from testifying."

As his plea was given, Black broke down and sobbed briefly. When Sosnick asked if he understood his rights, he quickly straightened up and answered each question with a sharp and loud "Yes, sir" or "No, sir."

A plea of no contest is not an admission of guilt but is treated as one for sentencing and results in a conviction. Black did not dispute the allegations against him.

Prosecutors said Black abused the young girl from 2001 until late 2005, starting when she was 12 years old. The girl's mother reported the abuse to police after finding inappropriate text messages from Black.

Black, who had been living in Pontiac shortly before his February arrest, has been jailed since then on a $2.5 million bond. Retired in 2004 from Lake Angelus, Black had been working in the security department of Providence Hospital in Southfield.

Sosnick will sentence Black on Aug. 22. If the judge wants to give a lengthier sentence than expected, Black may withdraw his plea.

Black had faced up to life in prison.

He pleaded to four counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, as well as four counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and two counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.

Sentencing guidelines called for a minimum term ranging from nine to 15 years.


Defense attorney Deanna L. Kelley said the chief concern for Black and the rest of the girl's family is what is best for the victim.

"Hopefully, it is a just result," Kelley said.

The girl's attorney, Jeffrey Quas, said the girl was late because she was nervous about testifying.
"She felt like she was going to be victimized again," Quas said. "I think that's fairly common. Why relive what occurred? It was bad enough the first time. She's moving on. She's continuing with her life."

Quas said this was not a case of someone wanting to help the person charged with abuse, but rather simply nerves.

"We have a job to do, and he has to be held accountable for what he did," Ramunno said.

Alan Reiner, attorney for the girl's mother, said the family did not want special consideration given to Black, but they wanted the case resolved.

"The victim, in this case, is a very strong person," Reiner said. "She's tough. They all just wanted it over."

Kelley asked Ramunno to ensure the court that no charges of obstruction of justice would be leveled against the family members, and Ramunno agreed.

Defense attorney William Kucyk said he will ask Sosnick to help Black serve his sentence in a prison system other than Michigan's, because of security and personal safety issues.

"He has a right to be safe while he's incarcerated," Kelley said.

Ramunno questioned whether the judge would make that decision.

"That is up to the Michigan Department of Corrections," Ramunno said.

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Former Reserve Officer Lyle Sutton - Sentenced

OFFENDER: LYLE SUTTON [FORMER TRAVERSE CITY PD RESERVE OFFICER]




STALKING OF A FORMER GIRLFRIEND


ORIGINAL CHARGES: AGGRAVATED STALKING.










MDOC NUMBER: 655954
CURRENT STATUS: PROBATIONER
LOCATION: GRAND TRAVERSE/ TRAVERSE CITY
SECURITY LEVEL:
SUPERVISION BEGAN:
08/21/2007
SUPERVISION DISCHARGE DATE: 08/21/2012
OFFENSE: AGGRAVATED STALKING- ATTEMPT
MCL #: 750.411I
COURT FILE # : 062012-FH
COUNTY: BENZIE
CONVICTION TYPE: PLEA
MINIMUM SENTENCE:
MAXIMUM SENTENCE:
5 YEARS 0 MONTHS
DATE OF OFFENSE: 09/11/2006
DATE OF SENTENCE: 08/21/2007
SUPERVISION CONDITIONS:
01-
NO VIOLATIONS OF ANY CRIMINAL LAW
02- NOT LEAVE STATE W/O PERMISSION
02.0-NOT USE/POSSESS ALCOHOL OR INTOXICANTS
02.1-ALCOHOL TESTING
02.2-DRUG TESTING
02.4-NOT USE OR HAVE ANY CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OR DRUG ITEMS
02.6-USE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS AS PRESCRIBED
02.8-OUTPATIENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
02.9-SUBSTANCE ABUSE ASSESSMENT
03-MONTHLY REPORTING
03.10-COMMUNITY SERVICE
04-NOTIFY OF CHANGE OF RESIDENCE
04.3-MUST RESIDE AT AND NOT CHANGE ADDRESS
04.5-NO CONTACT OR BE 500’ AWAY FROM THEIR RESIDENCE
04.16-MUST OBEY COURT ORDERS
04.18-BEHAVIOR
04.19-ASSOCIATION
04.23-ALLOW FIELD AGENT INTO YOUR RESIDENCE
04.25-REPORT ANY ARREST OR POLICE CONTACT
06.4-MAINTAIN EMPLOYMENT OF AT LEAST 30 HOURS PER WEEK
08.0-SERVE JAIL TIME AS DESCRIBED
08.2-PAY A CRIME VICTIM’S ASSESSMENT
08.3-PAY SUPERVISION FEE PURSUANT TO PA 185 OF 1993
08.4-COURT COST
08.5-FINE
08.18-STATE COSTS

Friday, August 17, 2007

Firefighter Michael Boyd - Southgate FD

FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FIRE DEPARTMENT: AUGUST 17, 2007








Firefighter Michael Boyd was charged in connection to an August 17, 2007 domestic violence assault against his girlfriend at her residence in Erie Township, Ohio.

Boyd was charged with first-degree felony aggravated burglary; three counts of first-degree misdemeanor assault; and second-degree misdemeanor resisting arrest.

On August 28, 2007, under a plea bargain agreement, Boyd pled guilty to one count of first-degree misdemeanor assault. The other charges against Boyd were dropped. Boyd was sentenced to 30 days in jail, which was suspended on condition no similar offense and remain law abiding for the next 1 year.

On August 23, 2008, Firefighter Boyd was once again charged with assault...less than one year after being sentenced for the August 17, 2007 offenses. However, it does not appear that Boyd was remanded to jail in 2008 for his failure to not commit another similar offense during a one year period of time.






ALSO SEE:
FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: JUNE 18, 2004
Original charges: Fourth-degree misdemeanor disorderly person; first-degree misdemeanor assault; fourth-degree menacing.
Sentence: Plea bargain. Pled guilty to fourth-degree misdemeanor disorderly person. Sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended on condition no similar offense and remain law abiding for the next one year. All other charges dismissed.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2004/06/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fd.html



FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: JULY 01, 2006
Original charge: minor misdemeanor disorderly person.
Sentence: Pled guilty. Fined $32.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2006/07/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fd.html




FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: JULY 15, 2006
Original charge: fourth-degree misdemeanor disorderly person.
Sentence: Pled guilty. Fined $32.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2006/07/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fd_15.html




FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: DECEMBER 03, 2007.
Original charges: Speeding. 50 /35. Violation of the conditions of his August 2007 sentencing: 30 day jail term was suspended on the condition that Boyd remain law abiding for one year.
Sentence: Paid $32 fine.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/12/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html




FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: AUGUST 23, 2008
Original charges: Two counts of first degree misdemeanor assault.
Sentence: Plea agreement. Pled guilty to one count of misdemeanor assault and the other charges was dismissed. Sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended on the conditions that the law be abided by. [4/08/09]. NOTE: When Boyd accepted this plea [4/08/09] he was also facing charges for a March 30, 2009 drunk driving offense.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/08/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html




FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: MARCH 30, 2009
Original charges: First-degree misdemeanor carrying concealed weapon; first-degree misdemeanor operating vehicle under influence; first-degree misdemeanor driving with suspended / revoked license; no tail lights; and driving without seatbelt.
Sentence: Plea agreement. Pled guilty to first-degree misdemeanor operating vehicle under influence; all other charges dismissed. Sentenced to 10 days in jail, suspended on condition that the law be abided by for one year; driver's license suspended for 180 days; first offender program.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2009/03/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fd.html




FIREFIGHTER MICHAEL BOYD, SOUTHGATE FD: MARCH 01, 2011.
Original charges: First-degree misdemeanor domestic violence.
CASE STILL PENDING.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2011/10/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fd.html







AUGUST 17, 2007:  Case # CRA0701473A. FIRST DEGREE FELONY AGGRAVATED BURGLARY. CASE DISMISSED AT THE REQUEST OF THE PROSECUTOR [ 08/24/2007].










AUGUST 17, 2007: Case # CRB 0701474A.FIRST DEGREE MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT. CASE DISMISSED AT THE REQUEST OF THE PROSECUTOR [ 08/24/2007].










AUGUST 17, 2007: Case # CRB 0701474B. FIRST DEGREE MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT. CASE DISMISSED AT THE REQUEST OF THE PROSECUTOR [ 08/24/2007].








AUGUST 17, 2007: Case # CRB 0701474C. FIRST DEGREE MISDEMEANOR ASSAULT. PLED GUILTY. 30 DAYS SUSPENDED ON CONDITION NO SIMILIAR OFFENSE AND REMAIN LAW ABIDING FOR THE NEXT 1 YEAR.









AUGUST 17, 2007: Case # CRB 0701474D. SECOND DEGREE MISDEMEANOR RESISTING ARREST. CASE DISMISSED AT THE REQUEST OF THE PROSECUTOR [ 08/28/2007].









SOUTHGATE: City firefighter is suspended

Detroit Free Press, United States
Wayne County news briefs
September 6, 2007
http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070906/NEWS02/709060440/1004

A firefighter who has been charged with attacking his former girlfriend and two other people in Ohio has been suspended without pay, City Administrator Levon King said Wednesday.

Michael Boyd, 38, had previously been on paid administrative leave following the alleged incident Aug. 16.

In addition to the three assault charges, he faces one felony count of aggravated burglary and one count of resisting arrest.

"There's going to be some discussion between our attorney and the union attorney, but basically what we're going to do is wait for the ... case down in Ohio," King said. "When that is resolved, then we'll decide what action, if any, we should take."

Boyd's pretrial hearing is 2 p.m. Oct. 29 in the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas.








Southgate: Accused fireman suspended

DetNews.com, MI
Sep 6, 2007
Wayne briefs
http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070907/METRO01/709070350/1006

A Southgate firefighter accused of assaulting a woman in Ohio has been suspended without pay, city officials confirmed Thursday. Michael Boyd, 38, faces felony burglary and misdemeanor assault charges from an Aug. 19 incident near Port Clinton. He's accused of assaulting a 25-year-old ex-girlfriend and 28-year-old man as they watched television and kicking in a neighbor's door when he tried to intervene. Boyd faces an Oct. 29 hearing in Ohio.


















Facing charges, firefighter suspended

By Jackie Harrison-Martin
The News-Herald
PUBLISHED: September 5, 2007
http://www.thenewsherald.com/stories/090507/loc_20070905002.shtml

SOUTHGATE. A 38-year-old firefighter has been suspended without pay since last week after city officials learned of felony and misdemeanor charges against him.

City administrators took the action against Michael Boyd of Southgate after learning of the firefighter being charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary, three misdemeanor counts of assault and a misdemeanor charge for resisting arrest. Mayor Norma Wurmlinger said the information initially came through the Internet.

The mayor said Boyd is suspended without pay, as opposed to with pay, because of the felony charge. A decision on his employment is pending on the resolution of the case against him.

Wurmlinger said the suspension did not take place until officials had the complete police report on the incident.

The charges stem from an encounter Boyd had with an ex-girlfriend, her friend and the woman's father in Port Clinton, Ohio, on Aug. 16.

Wurmlinger said Fire Chief John Wlodkowski, along with the city and labor attorneys, were all in on the decision-making process to suspend the firefighter.

Wlodkowski has not returned calls for comment on the case.Boyd's attorney, Thomas DeBacco, was at a jury trial and initially could not be reached for comment.

He later told The News-Herald Newspapers: "I am honored to defend this young man who commits his young life to saving people and their property. I believe a jury is going to treat him quite favorably."

Boyd is accused of assaulting 25-year-old Melissa McCann, and her high school friend, Josh Large, 28, after driving to visit the woman and seeing the two together watching television.

According to a police report on the incident, McCann had noticeable bruises around both her eyes and upper left arm and Large, her friend and neighbor, also was attacked.

McCann ran to her father's house down the street and Boyd followed her, according to the police report. Police said Boyd kicked in 52-year-old Pat McCann's front door and when McCann tried to come between his daughter and Boyd the firefighter punched him in the lip, causing a bruise and a cut.

Police said Boyd left the house, but was spotted early the next day in a nearby trailer park.

Police officers found Boyd in a shed kissing a woman and said he refused to come out. He told officers they didn't have a warrant, a report said.

According to the police, Boyd was warned several times to come out of the shed and he became combative and attempted to push an officer in the chest when approached.

As they struggled, Boyd began using obscenities and informed police that he is a firefighter, the report says. After several more warnings, police said they sprayed Boyd with pepper spray and handcuffed him.

A pretrial hearing is set for 2 p.m. Oct. 29 before Judge Paul Moon of the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas. A trial date is set for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 8.

 



















SOUTHGATE: Firefighter is on leave after assault charges

Wayne County news briefs
Detroit Free Press
August 29, 2007
http://www.freep.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070829/NEWS02/708290457/1004

A firefighter accused of recently assaulting three people, including an old girlfriend, is out on paid leave pending the results of an internal review, City Administrator Levon King said Tuesday.

Michael Boyd also is charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary and one count of resisting arrest in the incident Aug. 16 in Erie Township, Ohio.Boyd, 38, is scheduled to be in the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas for a pretrial hearing Oct. 29.







Firefighter Michael Boyd - Southgate FD

Firefighter Michael Boyd [Southgate FD] : August 17, 2007 domestic violence assault.

http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/08/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html










Facing charges, firefighter suspended
By Jackie Harrison-Martin
The News-Herald
PUBLISHED: September 5, 2007
http://www.thenewsherald.com/stories/090507/loc_20070905002.shtml

SOUTHGATE. A 38-year-old firefighter has been suspended without pay since last week after city officials learned of felony and misdemeanor charges against him.

City administrators took the action against Michael Boyd of Southgate after learning of the firefighter being charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary, three misdemeanor counts of assault and a misdemeanor charge for resisting arrest. Mayor Norma Wurmlinger said the information initially came through the Internet.

The mayor said Boyd is suspended without pay, as opposed to with pay, because of the felony charge. A decision on his employment is pending on the resolution of the case against him.

Wurmlinger said the suspension did not take place until officials had the complete police report on the incident.

The charges stem from an encounter Boyd had with an ex-girlfriend, her friend and the woman's father in Port Clinton, Ohio, on Aug. 16.

Wurmlinger said Fire Chief John Wlodkowski, along with the city and labor attorneys, were all in on the decision-making process to suspend the firefighter.

Wlodkowski has not returned calls for comment on the case.Boyd's attorney, Thomas DeBacco, was at a jury trial and initially could not be reached for comment.

He later told The News-Herald Newspapers: "I am honored to defend this young man who commits his young life to saving people and their property. I believe a jury is going to treat him quite favorably."

Boyd is accused of assaulting 25-year-old Melissa McCann, and her high school friend, Josh Large, 28, after driving to visit the woman and seeing the two together watching television.

According to a police report on the incident, McCann had noticeable bruises around both her eyes and upper left arm and Large, her friend and neighbor, also was attacked.

McCann ran to her father's house down the street and Boyd followed her, according to the police report. Police said Boyd kicked in 52-year-old Pat McCann's front door and when McCann tried to come between his daughter and Boyd the firefighter punched him in the lip, causing a bruise and a cut.

Police said Boyd left the house, but was spotted early the next day in a nearby trailer park.

Police officers found Boyd in a shed kissing a woman and said he refused to come out. He told officers they didn't have a warrant, a report said.

According to the police, Boyd was warned several times to come out of the shed and he became combative and attempted to push an officer in the chest when approached.

As they struggled, Boyd began using obscenities and informed police that he is a firefighter, the report says. After several more warnings, police said they sprayed Boyd with pepper spray and handcuffed him.

A pretrial hearing is set for 2 p.m. Oct. 29 before Judge Paul Moon of the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas. A trial date is set for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 8.

Firefighter Michael Boyd - Southgate FD

Firefighter Michael Boyd [Southgate FD] : August 17, 2007 domestic violence assault.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/08/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html




     


Facing charges, firefighter suspended
By Jackie Harrison-Martin
The News-Herald
PUBLISHED: September 5, 2007
http://www.thenewsherald.com/stories/090507/loc_20070905002.shtml

SOUTHGATE. A 38-year-old firefighter has been suspended without pay since last week after city officials learned of felony and misdemeanor charges against him.

City administrators took the action against Michael Boyd of Southgate after learning of the firefighter being charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary, three misdemeanor counts of assault and a misdemeanor charge for resisting arrest. Mayor Norma Wurmlinger said the information initially came through the Internet.

The mayor said Boyd is suspended without pay, as opposed to with pay, because of the felony charge. A decision on his employment is pending on the resolution of the case against him.

Wurmlinger said the suspension did not take place until officials had the complete police report on the incident.

The charges stem from an encounter Boyd had with an ex-girlfriend, her friend and the woman's father in Port Clinton, Ohio, on Aug. 16.

Wurmlinger said Fire Chief John Wlodkowski, along with the city and labor attorneys, were all in on the decision-making process to suspend the firefighter.

Wlodkowski has not returned calls for comment on the case.Boyd's attorney, Thomas DeBacco, was at a jury trial and initially could not be reached for comment.

He later told The News-Herald Newspapers: "I am honored to defend this young man who commits his young life to saving people and their property. I believe a jury is going to treat him quite favorably."

Boyd is accused of assaulting 25-year-old Melissa McCann, and her high school friend, Josh Large, 28, after driving to visit the woman and seeing the two together watching television.

According to a police report on the incident, McCann had noticeable bruises around both her eyes and upper left arm and Large, her friend and neighbor, also was attacked.

McCann ran to her father's house down the street and Boyd followed her, according to the police report. Police said Boyd kicked in 52-year-old Pat McCann's front door and when McCann tried to come between his daughter and Boyd the firefighter punched him in the lip, causing a bruise and a cut.

Police said Boyd left the house, but was spotted early the next day in a nearby trailer park.

Police officers found Boyd in a shed kissing a woman and said he refused to come out. He told officers they didn't have a warrant, a report said.

According to the police, Boyd was warned several times to come out of the shed and he became combative and attempted to push an officer in the chest when approached.

As they struggled, Boyd began using obscenities and informed police that he is a firefighter, the report says. After several more warnings, police said they sprayed Boyd with pepper spray and handcuffed him.

A pretrial hearing is set for 2 p.m. Oct. 29 before Judge Paul Moon of the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas. A trial date is set for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 8.

Firefighter Michael Boyd - Southgate FD

Firefighter Michael Boyd [Southgate FD] : August 17, 2007 domestic violence assault.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/08/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html

 








Facing charges, firefighter suspended
By Jackie Harrison-Martin
The News-Herald
PUBLISHED: September 5, 2007
http://www.thenewsherald.com/stories/090507/loc_20070905002.shtml

SOUTHGATE. A 38-year-old firefighter has been suspended without pay since last week after city officials learned of felony and misdemeanor charges against him.

City administrators took the action against Michael Boyd of Southgate after learning of the firefighter being charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary, three misdemeanor counts of assault and a misdemeanor charge for resisting arrest. Mayor Norma Wurmlinger said the information initially came through the Internet.

The mayor said Boyd is suspended without pay, as opposed to with pay, because of the felony charge. A decision on his employment is pending on the resolution of the case against him.

Wurmlinger said the suspension did not take place until officials had the complete police report on the incident.

The charges stem from an encounter Boyd had with an ex-girlfriend, her friend and the woman's father in Port Clinton, Ohio, on Aug. 16.

Wurmlinger said Fire Chief John Wlodkowski, along with the city and labor attorneys, were all in on the decision-making process to suspend the firefighter.

Wlodkowski has not returned calls for comment on the case.Boyd's attorney, Thomas DeBacco, was at a jury trial and initially could not be reached for comment.

He later told The News-Herald Newspapers: "I am honored to defend this young man who commits his young life to saving people and their property. I believe a jury is going to treat him quite favorably."

Boyd is accused of assaulting 25-year-old Melissa McCann, and her high school friend, Josh Large, 28, after driving to visit the woman and seeing the two together watching television.

According to a police report on the incident, McCann had noticeable bruises around both her eyes and upper left arm and Large, her friend and neighbor, also was attacked.

McCann ran to her father's house down the street and Boyd followed her, according to the police report. Police said Boyd kicked in 52-year-old Pat McCann's front door and when McCann tried to come between his daughter and Boyd the firefighter punched him in the lip, causing a bruise and a cut.

Police said Boyd left the house, but was spotted early the next day in a nearby trailer park.

Police officers found Boyd in a shed kissing a woman and said he refused to come out. He told officers they didn't have a warrant, a report said.

According to the police, Boyd was warned several times to come out of the shed and he became combative and attempted to push an officer in the chest when approached.

As they struggled, Boyd began using obscenities and informed police that he is a firefighter, the report says. After several more warnings, police said they sprayed Boyd with pepper spray and handcuffed him.

A pretrial hearing is set for 2 p.m. Oct. 29 before Judge Paul Moon of the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas. A trial date is set for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 8.

Firefighter Michael Boyd - Southgate FD

Firefighter Michael Boyd [Southgate FD] : August 17, 2007 domestic violence assault.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/08/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html






Facing charges, firefighter suspended
By Jackie Harrison-Martin
The News-Herald
PUBLISHED: September 5, 2007
http://www.thenewsherald.com/stories/090507/loc_20070905002.shtml

SOUTHGATE. A 38-year-old firefighter has been suspended without pay since last week after city officials learned of felony and misdemeanor charges against him.

City administrators took the action against Michael Boyd of Southgate after learning of the firefighter being charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary, three misdemeanor counts of assault and a misdemeanor charge for resisting arrest. Mayor Norma Wurmlinger said the information initially came through the Internet.

The mayor said Boyd is suspended without pay, as opposed to with pay, because of the felony charge. A decision on his employment is pending on the resolution of the case against him.

Wurmlinger said the suspension did not take place until officials had the complete police report on the incident.

The charges stem from an encounter Boyd had with an ex-girlfriend, her friend and the woman's father in Port Clinton, Ohio, on Aug. 16.

Wurmlinger said Fire Chief John Wlodkowski, along with the city and labor attorneys, were all in on the decision-making process to suspend the firefighter.

Wlodkowski has not returned calls for comment on the case.Boyd's attorney, Thomas DeBacco, was at a jury trial and initially could not be reached for comment.

He later told The News-Herald Newspapers: "I am honored to defend this young man who commits his young life to saving people and their property. I believe a jury is going to treat him quite favorably."

Boyd is accused of assaulting 25-year-old Melissa McCann, and her high school friend, Josh Large, 28, after driving to visit the woman and seeing the two together watching television.

According to a police report on the incident, McCann had noticeable bruises around both her eyes and upper left arm and Large, her friend and neighbor, also was attacked.

McCann ran to her father's house down the street and Boyd followed her, according to the police report. Police said Boyd kicked in 52-year-old Pat McCann's front door and when McCann tried to come between his daughter and Boyd the firefighter punched him in the lip, causing a bruise and a cut.

Police said Boyd left the house, but was spotted early the next day in a nearby trailer park.

Police officers found Boyd in a shed kissing a woman and said he refused to come out. He told officers they didn't have a warrant, a report said.

According to the police, Boyd was warned several times to come out of the shed and he became combative and attempted to push an officer in the chest when approached.

As they struggled, Boyd began using obscenities and informed police that he is a firefighter, the report says. After several more warnings, police said they sprayed Boyd with pepper spray and handcuffed him.

A pretrial hearing is set for 2 p.m. Oct. 29 before Judge Paul Moon of the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas. A trial date is set for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 8.

Firefighter Michael Boyd - Southgate FD

Firefighter Michael Boyd [Southgate FD] : August 17, 2007 domestic violence assault.
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/08/firefighter-michael-boyd-southgate-fire.html






Facing charges, firefighter suspended
By Jackie Harrison-Martin
The News-Herald
PUBLISHED: September 5, 2007
http://www.thenewsherald.com/stories/090507/loc_20070905002.shtml

SOUTHGATE. A 38-year-old firefighter has been suspended without pay since last week after city officials learned of felony and misdemeanor charges against him.

City administrators took the action against Michael Boyd of Southgate after learning of the firefighter being charged with one felony count of aggravated burglary, three misdemeanor counts of assault and a misdemeanor charge for resisting arrest. Mayor Norma Wurmlinger said the information initially came through the Internet.

The mayor said Boyd is suspended without pay, as opposed to with pay, because of the felony charge. A decision on his employment is pending on the resolution of the case against him.

Wurmlinger said the suspension did not take place until officials had the complete police report on the incident.

The charges stem from an encounter Boyd had with an ex-girlfriend, her friend and the woman's father in Port Clinton, Ohio, on Aug. 16.

Wurmlinger said Fire Chief John Wlodkowski, along with the city and labor attorneys, were all in on the decision-making process to suspend the firefighter.

Wlodkowski has not returned calls for comment on the case.Boyd's attorney, Thomas DeBacco, was at a jury trial and initially could not be reached for comment.

He later told The News-Herald Newspapers: "I am honored to defend this young man who commits his young life to saving people and their property. I believe a jury is going to treat him quite favorably."

Boyd is accused of assaulting 25-year-old Melissa McCann, and her high school friend, Josh Large, 28, after driving to visit the woman and seeing the two together watching television.

According to a police report on the incident, McCann had noticeable bruises around both her eyes and upper left arm and Large, her friend and neighbor, also was attacked.

McCann ran to her father's house down the street and Boyd followed her, according to the police report. Police said Boyd kicked in 52-year-old Pat McCann's front door and when McCann tried to come between his daughter and Boyd the firefighter punched him in the lip, causing a bruise and a cut.

Police said Boyd left the house, but was spotted early the next day in a nearby trailer park.

Police officers found Boyd in a shed kissing a woman and said he refused to come out. He told officers they didn't have a warrant, a report said.

According to the police, Boyd was warned several times to come out of the shed and he became combative and attempted to push an officer in the chest when approached.

As they struggled, Boyd began using obscenities and informed police that he is a firefighter, the report says. After several more warnings, police said they sprayed Boyd with pepper spray and handcuffed him.

A pretrial hearing is set for 2 p.m. Oct. 29 before Judge Paul Moon of the Ottawa County Court of Common Pleas. A trial date is set for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 8.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Officer Ken DeKleine - PPO Violation - Holland PD




Officer Kenneth DeKleine [Holland PD]: Allgations that in August 2007, Officer DeKleine had violated the Personal Protective Order that his ex-wiffe [Lori] had obtained against him.


THE HOLLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT RESPONDED TO LORI'S 911 CALL, BUT CLAIMED THAT THERE WAS NOT ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT LORI'S CLAIM  THAT OFFICER DEKLEINE HAD VIOLATED THE PPO.












Lori DeKleine's PPO that she obtained on January 31, 2007, and which was filed with the Holland Police Department.
 











 












After Lori was murdered by Officer DeKleine [January 10, 2008] Chief Kruithoff admitted that he didn't even know what was contained in Lori's personal protective order [that had been filed with his police department in January 2007].











COP'S WIFE LORI DEKLEINE TERRIFIED [CHANNEL 8]













OFFICER DEKLEINE CHARGED FOR KILLING WIFE LORI [CHANNEL 8 NEWS]














Officer Ken DeKleine [Holland PD]: MURDER OF LORI DEKLEINE  [January 10, 2008]

http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/01/officer-ken-dekleine-holland-police.html








Update: Chief says cop charged in slaying seemed stable
Posted by Muskegon Chronicle
January 14, 2008 19:21PM
http://blog.mlive.com/chronicle/2008/01/update_chief_says_cop_charged.html

HOLLAND -- Police Chief John Kruithoff this afternoon said there no clear signs that Officer Ken DeKleine, accused of murdering his wife, might be unstable.

Police knew DeKleine was going through a divorce and that Lori DeKleine had a restraining order against him, Kruithoff said, but prosecutors did not find enough evidence to charge him with any violations in two 911 calls she made about him.

The first call involved their meeting at a Memorial Day parade in which their son was a marching band member. The second was in August when Ken DeKleine went to see a pastor at Holland Heights Christian Reformed Church, where Lori DeKleine worked, but he believed she was not there at the time.

"He didn't suppress the fact he was having marital problems," Kruithoff said. "But obviously he suppressed something enough where he committed this act.

"Nobody came to me and said, 'Boy, there is something wrong with Ken,'" he said. "Ken came to work and did his job."




Officer Ken DeKleine - Murdered ex-wife Lori - Holland PD [Jan 10, 2008]
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/01/officer-ken-dekleine-holland-police.html

Officer Ken DeKleine - PPO violations & Abuse allegations
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/01/officer-dekleine-ppo-violations.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine, PPO violation :January 10, 2008
 http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/01/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd_10.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine, PPO violation: January 08, 2008
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2008/01/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine, PPO violation: September 2007
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/09/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine, PPO violation: August 2007
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/08/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine, PPO violation: May 2007
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/05/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine, Breaking and entering complaint: January 27, 2007
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/01/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine: Allegations he abused Lori
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/01/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd_3364.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine: Allegations he used recording devices to stalk Lori
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/01/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd_2294.html

Officer Kenneth Dekleine: Allegations he raped Lori
http://michiganoidv.blogspot.com/2007/01/officer-kenneth-dekleine-holland-pd_31.html