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Former teacher agrees to plea deal

Michael BrockFormer Cedar Springs Public Schools teacher Michael Brock pled guilty to a domestic violence charge in Ludington’s 79th District Court Tuesday, and in return, Mason County prosecutor Paul Spaniola dropped the charges of assault with intent to murder and aggravated assault. The charges were leveled at Brock late last month after he allegedly tried to strangle his girlfriend while in a hot tub at the Ramada Inn in Ludington. He had allegedly been drinking.

The domestic violence charge is a misdemeanor, and Judge Peter J. Wadel sentenced Brock to 93 days discretionary jail time (over a period of a year) with credit for 18 days served. He was ordered not to consume alcohol or drugs, and will have random PBTs (preliminary breath tests), and a substance abuse evaluation. He was also ordered to have no contact with the victim. Brock was then released from custody.

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