• 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."
• Price at the Pump:
Ahead of Labor Day Weekend, Schuette Warns Gas Stations Against Gouging
• After the Flood: Schuette Shares Consumer Tips to Avoid Home Repair Scams
• Schuette and State's Regulatory Chief Suspend License of Texas-based Pharmacy
|Schuette Secures $1.6 Million for Michigan in Historic Settlement with European-Based Drug Company for Unlawful ADHD Drug Marketing |
September 25, 2014
A.G. Unit Negotiated
Significant Medicaid Recovery Settlement with
Shire Pharmaceuticals for its Off-Label Promotion of Adderall XR, Vyvanse,
Daytrana, Lialda, and Pentasa
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced that Michigan will
receive more than $1.6 million from a global settlement to resolve civil
allegations that Pennsylvania drug manufacturer Shire Pharmaceuticals LLC, a
unit of Ireland-based Shire Pharmaceuticals PLC, unlawfully marketed three
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) drugs and two drugs intended to
treat mild to moderate ulcerative colitis.