Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, a possible candidate for governor in Michigan, brushed off a tweet sent by President Donald Trump Sunday showing support for Calley's possible Republican primary opponent, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette. Calley even poked fun at President Trump's original tweet supporting Schuette after Trump spelled his name "Shuette". President Trump deleted the incorrect tweet and tweeted it again correctly.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - One of the victims of a pair of sexual assaults at a local hospital is speaking out about what happened to her. We are not identifying the woman because she is considered a victim of sexual assault. ►Related: Man accused of sexually assaulting two women at local hospitalThe woman sat down with our investigative team to describe what it was like inside the Forest View Psychiatric Hospital. She says she was sexually harassed and groped while she was a patient there.
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - A man from Kalamazoo is charged in connection with two alleged sexual assaults at the listed address of the Forest View Psychiatric Hospital in Grand Rapids Township. Court records show 32-year-old Kosygin McNeely is accused of assaulting a woman in a restroom. The records show he sexually assaulted her inside a single bathroom stall. An arrest affidavit shows the victim made a noise to frighten McNeely and he ran from the bathroom after engaging in the act.
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Selecting a term
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