Man charged with lying to investigators after Muskegon Heights motorcyclist shooting
MUSKEGON, Mich. — A Muskegon Heights man was arraigned Tuesday for allegedly lying to Michigan State Police troopers investigating the killing of Jake Rameau.
Everett Glover, 25, was charged as a second-time habitual offender with lying to a police officer in a violet crime investigation, Muskegon County Prosecutor D.J. Hilson said. Online jail records show Glover was arrested Monday.
According to Hilson, Everett was lying when he told investigators that he was not in the vehicle that Robert Earl Gee allegedly shot from the night of Rameau’s death.
Gee, 30, was charged July 7 with the Muskegon Heights motorcyclist’s murder.
Rameau’s motorcycle crashed around 2 a.m. June 26 in the 2400 block of Peck Street. Investigators later revealed he crashed after being shot.
Dashawn Andrew Boylan, 25, also faces charges connected to this incident. He is accused of stealing the car that Rameau was chasing the night of his death, the prosecutor’s office said.
Glover’s next court date is Aug. 18.