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• Schuette, Getting Charge Tennessee Man in Kalamazoo Rape Cold Case

Attorney General Bill Schuette and Kalamazoo Prosecutor Jeff Getting announced multiple felony charges against Calvin Ray Kelly, 57, a Tennessee man who allegedly repeatedly raped a Kalamazoo woman at knifepoint on April 8, 2008. Schuette's Attorney General Cold Case Sexual Assault Project team has linked Kelly to the incident. Schuette has requested that Kelly be sentenced as a Habitual Offender under the Violent Offender Fourth Offense (VO-4) habitual offender law.

"Solving cold cases requires a combination of dedication, resources, and cooperation across jurisdictions," said Schuette.  "Our aggressive, victim-centered, offender-focused approach has brought us one step closer to securing justice for survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones." 

 

 

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AG Schuette Commends Senate Passage of Bills Strengthening Sexual Assault Victims' Rights

September 23, 2014

LANSING, Mich. - Attorney General Bill Schuette today praised the Michigan Senate for approving vital crime victim rights' legislation that strengthens the rights of sexual assault survivors.  The bipartisan package of Senate Bills 998, 1004, and 1021, sponsored by Senators Rick Jones and Bert Johnson, was passed unanimously by the Senate, and now heads to the House of Representatives for consideration.


AG Propane Investigation Update: Schuette Secures $100k Relief for Ferrellgas Customers, Goes to Court to Fight for AmeriGas Customers

September 22, 2014

Lansing -  Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced key developments in his ongoing investigation into hundreds of consumer complaints related to propane pricing and delivery during the 2013-2014 winter season.   Under an assurance agreement secured with Ferrellgas, more than 600 propane customers will receive a share of relief totaling more than $100,000.


Schuette, Spaniola Will Appeal Dismissal of Murder Charge Against Sean Phillips

September 15, 2014

LANSING - Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Mason County Prosecutor Paul Spaniola today announced they will appeal Mason District Court Judge Peter Wadel's dismissal of the Open Murder charge against Sean Phillips, 23, of Scottville, in the death of his daughter, Katherine Phillips, the Mason County infant missing for two years and known as "Baby Kate" in the media.


Schuette, Getting Charge Tennessee Man in Kalamazoo Rape Cold Case

September 15, 2014

Kalamazoo - Attorney General Bill Schuette and Kalamazoo County Prosecutor Jeff Getting today announced that the Attorney General's Criminal Division has charged Calvin Ray Kelly (a.k.a. Larry Calvin Jackson), 57, of Memphis, Tennessee with multiple felonies for his alleged sexual assault of a Southwest Michigan victim in a 2008 Kalamazoo cold case.


Schuette Urges FCC to Protect Consumers from Unwanted Robocalls and Phone Scams New Page 1

September 9, 2014

LANSING - Attorney General Bill Schuette today urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to allow phone companies to utilize call-blocking technologies that would better protect consumers from illegal telemarketing robocalls and phone scams.



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