A Schoolcraft teacher believed to have been murdered by her husband has been laid to rest.
A teacher from Portage found dead months after her disappearance will be laid to rest next month.
It’s been a dramatic two days since the husband of a missing Portage teacher was found dead in his home from an apparent suicide.
The body of Theresa Lockhart was found Tuesday in a shallow grave in the Allegan State Game Area, Portage police say.
Christopher Lockhart, the husband of missing teacher Theresa Lockhart, was discovered dead in his Portage home Tuesday, police say.
It’s now been nearly five months since the Portage teacher, Theresa Lockhart, vanished.
Christopher Lockhart pleaded guilty to two felonies unrelated to his wife’s disappearance Friday.
Christopher Lockhart was in Kalamazoo District Court Wednesday for a bond violation hearing and preliminary examination hearing conference.
Portage police say bones that were found during a search for a missing teacher were not human.
Police reports show that just before one of Christopher Lockhart’s arrests, he was ignoring the conditions of a restricted driver’s license.
The prosecutor’s office said the circumstances suggested Christopher Lockhart was a flight risk.
Christopher Lockhart was arrested again on a felony charge unrelated to his wife’s disappearance.
Police in Portage are reminding the public that their investigation into missing teacher Theresa Lockhart is still a priority.
Christopher Lockhart was formally charged with operating while intoxicated, one day after his arrest.
New charges have been given to a Portage man who is a person of interest in the disappearance of his wife.