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|Information About People and Demographics|
|Total population of residents||605|
|White resident population recorded||587|
|Black or African American resident population recorded||3|
|American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded||0|
|Asian resident population recorded||0|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded||0|
|Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded||6|
|Resident population of some other race recorded||2|
|Resident population of two or more races recorded||13|
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| Man charged with child abuse for allegedly beating 2-year-old son of girlfriend|
Gabriel Isaiah Garcia, the boyfriend of the boy's mother, allegedly assaulted the boy Friday at the home they were sharing on Steer Street in Addison. The boy's 5-year-old sister, who Reynolds said was not hurt, witnessed the alleged beating.
Gabriel GarciaLenawee County Sheriff's Office
ADDISON, MI – Melanie Reynolds went to Allegiance Health Friday, April 4, and saw her 2-year-old grandson in a neck collar.
The boy was swollen and beaten, she said. His face was spotted with bruises.
'It was terrifying,' she said, struggling to check her emotions. 'It was my worst nightmare come true.'
Gabriel Isiah Garcia, the boyfriend of the boy's mother, allegedly assaulted the boy Friday at the home they were sharing on Steer Street in Addison. The boy's 5-year-old sister, who Reynolds said was not hurt, witnessed the alleged beating.
Garcia is charged with third-degree child abuse, a felony punishable by a maximum of two years in prison, and aggravated domestic violence, a misdemeanor. He was arraigned Monday in Lenawee County District Court. His bond was set at $50,000 for each count and his next court date is April 21.
'Something like this is not something normal a grown man does. It is vile, and it is not OK,' said Kimberlee Scouten of Jackson, the stepmother of the boy's father, who thought the charges should have been more serious. She called what happened to the boy 'heinous' and 'unbelievable.' It was difficult to even recognize the child, she said. 'It is really far worse than a third-degree situation.'
An effort Wednesday to reach the Lenawee County prosecutor was not successful.
Garcia is also accused of shoving Brandy Scouten, the children's mother, to the floor, attempting to hit her with a baby gate and punching her several times, Lenawee County Undersheriff Jim Anderson said.
He did not use a weapon on Scouten or the children, Anderson said.
Scouten is pregnant, Reynolds said, and spent time in the hospital.
The boy was at Allegiance Health for hours, she said. The first couple nights out of the hospital were rough, she said. 'He couldn't get comfortable to sleep, he wouldn't take any pain medication.'
She does not believe he has any lasting injuries. Results of CAT scans were positive and he is improving. 'He is doing great. It is amazing,' Reynolds said. She, the father, Devon Scouten of Jackson, and the boy's grandfather are taking care of the boy.
Devon Scouten had him Wednesday afternoon. 'He is still himself, looking better every day,' Scouten said.
Scouten was in Florida at the time his son was hurt. His grandfather called him Saturday morning and he and his girlfriend cut their trip short and returned to Michigan Sunday night.
The boy was to be with Devon Scouten's family last weekend, but he remained with his mother, and she left him and her daughter, who has a different father, with Garcia while she was at work, Devon Scouten said.
She was not there when the boy was hurt, Reynolds said.
An effort Wednesday to reach Brandy Scouten was not successful.
Devon Scouten said he had been concerned about Garcia, who he says has been violent in the past, and talked to his ex-wife, Garcia and his former father-in-law about it.
Brandy Scouten, divorced since May, has custody of the boy and Devon Scouten has scheduled visitation with his son.
Wednesday, he was clearly angry and upset.
Happening April 10 2014
- Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/index.ssf/2014/04/man_charged_with_child_abuse_f.html
| Jackson-area school closings and delayed starts for Wednesday, Jan. 29|
Wind chills are again closing Jackson-area schools on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
JACKSON, MI – Weather conditions are causing yet another day of canceled classes, and in some cases delayed starts, in Jackson-area schools.Here’s a list of those cancellations and late starts. Check back for updates and add closures you are aware of in the comments section below.Addison Community SchoolsAlbion Public SchoolsColumbia School Districtda Vinci InstituteEast Jackson Community SchoolsGrass Lake Community Schools, Little Warrior daycare openHanover-Horton School DistrictHillsdale Community SchoolsHomer Community Schools, 2-hour delayHudson Area SchoolsJackson Area Career CenterJackson Catholic SchoolsJackson Christian SchoolsJackson Learning Lab, 2-hour delayJackson Public SchoolsJonesville Community SchoolsJackson County Head StartLeslie Public SchoolsLyle Torrant/Kit Young centers, no Jackson County Intermediate School District busingMichigan Center School District, daycare openNapoleon Community Schools, Ackerson Lake child care openNorthwest Community Schools, 2-hour delayOnsted Community SchoolsParagon Charter Academy, 2-hour delaySpringport Public Schools, 2-hour delayStockbridge Community SchoolsVandercook Lake Public SchoolsWhite Pine Academy
Happening January 29 2014
- Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/index.ssf/2014/01/jackson-area_school_closings_f_3.html
| Homeless for the holidays, but together at Christmas: Program houses families, keeps them together|
Family Promise of a Lakeshore is a non-profit group that organizes a program that provides housing for homeless families, while offering the support they need to get back on their feet.
MUSKEGON, MI – Things went downhill after Muskegon resident Jessica
Smith got into a car crash, which wrecked her family's only vehicle in
Not long after, her fiancé, Danny Atkins, lost his job as a
truck driver, and the family fell behind on rent. They lost most of their
belongings after their landlord gave them a two-day eviction notice. Their
closest family member lives in Indiana, so with no one else to turn to they turned to
local shelters, which split Danny Atkins from his fiancé and two children, 5-year-old Laynee Atkins and 3-year-old Quinton Atkins.
Today, the family is still without a home, but the family members are no
longer separated, thanks to Family Promise of the Lakeshore, a non-profit group
that organizes a program that provides housing for homeless families, while
offering the support they need to get back on their feet.
Unlike other shelters in the area, which house only specific
genders or age groups, Family Promise not only accepts families, but works to
keep them together.
'Had this not been here for me, a devastating thing would've
happened to me, even more than losing my home,' Atkins said in the shelter's community
room just days before Christmas. 'I'd have had to spend a long time away from
Family Promise, which began in 2009, works with a network of
area churches to help out families in Muskegon County and northern Ottawa County.
The program lasts 60 days, Director Marian McDermed said, and can house up to
14 people and four families.
During the day, families accepted into the program can spend
time at the organization's day center, located at 1275 Kenneth St.
The center provides classes to help participants develop skills in areas like
budgeting, parenting and nutrition, and helps them find jobs and housing, McDermed said. Children also receive tutoring sessions.
'It's more than just a shelter,' she said. 'It's a place for
them to get their feet back under them and to learn some life skills that will
serve them well in the future.'
Because Family Promise cannot afford to house the families
overnight in the center, one of the group's 14 host churches picks up the
families, feeds them dinner and gives them a place to sleep. There are also
half a dozen other churches that offer support, McDermed said.
There are currently 10 people and three families in the program,
including the Atkins and Smith families. Raquel Raap entered the program with
her three children, Shawn Douglas, 5, Addison Douglas, 3, and Alicia Raap, 2,
while Andy Nickelson brought along his 15-year-old son, Ethan Pugh.
Like Atkins and Smith, Raap and Nickelson said they were
grateful for the chance to keep their families intact, especially during the
'This is like a savior to me, to be here with my kids and to
celebrate,' Raap said. 'I don't know what I would do without my kids, honestly,
and just to spend Christmas with them is a blessing and I'm glad.'
The adults said that the various families in the program have grown close in their
short time together. The children often play with one another, with Pugh acting like a big brother and serving as a baby sitter.
'It works out like a big, huge family. It's nice, especially
during the holidays,' Atkins said.
Family Promise also stepped in to make the holiday season a
little brighter for the families. The group received donated gifts for the children
and volunteers raised money so that each parent could have $20 per child to buy presents. Community members also helped arrange a surprise Christmas Eve visit
from Santa, McDermed said.
The shelter will hold a Christmas ham dinner for the
families, before they head off to this week's host church, Temple United Methodist Church
in Muskegon Heights, where they will decorate cookies.
Smith said she and the family were 'really excited' for Christmas,
but for her and her fiancé the best part of the holiday wasn't the presents or the
even the roof over their heads.
'It doesn't matter where we're at as long as we're together
and our kids our happy. That's all we care about,' she said.
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Happening December 25 2013
- Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2013/12/homeless_for_the_holidays_but.html
| Jackson-area obituaries: Glinda Hall, 54, mother of three worked at Michigan Seat for 20 years|
Jackson-area obituaries for Tuesday, Dec. 17.
Glinda Hall HALL, GLINDA L. Leoni Twp. Glinda L. Hall, age 54, of Leoni Township, passed away December 15, 2013, surrounded by her loving family at Heartland Health Care. She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Michael R. Hall, three children, Mike (Heather) Hall Jr., Michelle (Joseph) Marshall and Jerrett (Misty) Hall, six grandchildren, Hannah, Cadence, Emma, Dallas, Addison and Dillon, sister Penny (Brad) Bibbons and brother Walter (Diane) Yother, her mother Jean C. 'Ma' Yother, several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Leonard Yother and two brothers, Sam and Greg Yother. Glinda worked twenty years at Michigan Seat, was a dedicated and loving grandmother, enjoyed gardening and summering at the family retreat in Bellaire, MI. View Glinda Hall's full obituary.Visit Glinda Hall's guestbook.Visit the Jackson Citizen Patriot obituary page.See more obituaries from the Jackson Citizen Patriot:Bowzer, BettyCastle, FannieClem, Marilyn J.Fowler, C. PaulHall, GlindaLove, BettyLudwig, JerryRush, MarieSouthwell, PeggyStanish, Patricia
Happening December 17 2013
- Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/jackson/index.ssf/2013/12/jackson-area_obituaries_glinda.html
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