Prosecuting Attorney

  1. Sentences handed-down for the January 10, 2019 murder of Hanna Barron

    Twenty-two year old Lashay Hursey was sentenced to 20 to 32 years in prison after she pled guilty to Second-Degree Murder and Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Felony. Twenty-one year old Aaron Ross was sentenced to 42 to 62 years Read on...
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The Prosecuting Attorney is an elected official with a four-year term of office, as provided by the Michigan Constitution. Elections occur at the time of the Presidential election, on the partisan ballot. The Prosecuting Attorney is independent of the Michigan Attorney General.


The Prosecuting Attorney's office is responsible for a wide array of legal functions for Eaton County. There are over 250 mandated and non-mandated duties for prosecutors, by law. Some of these duties include:

Prosecuting Attorney Staff Members

Eaton County Prosecuting Attorney Douglas R. Lloyd, Traci M. Akins, Adrianne Van Langevelde, Brent E. Morton, Sharon S. Park, Adam H. Strong, Kollette R. Bordeaux, Ryan J. Tetloff, Brenna J. Jardine, Kelly E. Morton, Chief Assistant Christopher N. Anderson (Photo credit: Jane Sobleskey / Jacklyn VanBrocklin ~ 05/29/2019) 

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