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Update: Victim changes story on Ottawa County assault

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OLIVE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The woman who reported being assaulted in an Ottawa County park Monday evening has changed her story.

The woman said she had been sitting on a bench on one of the trails in Hemlock Crossings Park. She said a a man held a knife to her neck and told her to be quiet. She said she fought him off and ran.

Thursday afternoon, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s department reported that as the investigation progressed, the woman told detectives that the assault didn’t happen.

The Ottawa County Prosecutor is reviewing the case for possible charges.


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  • Errin

    Nikki Caauwe-Osborn is her name she lied about the whole thing to get attention. She was cheating on her husband, to get the attention away from that she lied about this to make people feel bad for her. Then was questioned and they found out she is lying!

  • Fun facts

    I have this pos cop as a neighbor who intentionally blows his leaves away from his yard so that they will blow in mine. Should I knock this guy out? Thinking about it…..


    Oh so she lied about being attacked by a “white” guy?
    Isn’t that a hate crime or something?….
    She stereotyped all white males! I demand reparations!! ( free cell phone would help too )

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