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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Surveillance video from Grand Rapids Community College shows a murder suspect dragging a woman who was stabbed and beaten to death.

Jeanne Huntoon, 34, was found dead early Saturday morning.  The accused killer is seen dragging her body into the parking garage.  GRCC officials say that it happened overnight and the campus was closed, so officers weren't on duty.

Marcus Bivins was charged Wednesday with Open Murder. He is being held without bond.

There is a celebration of life for Huntoon Saturday at Pat's Roadhouse in Muskegon from 1:00pm until 6:00pm.  The family's GoFundMe account has surpassed it's $10,000 goal.



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  • Andrew

    I was hoping that Fox17 wouldn’t sink to such a grossly disrespectful level after seeing the other news outlets posting this video. But I am not surprised that it did. I am especially not surprised that Brenzing’s name is on the byline. He, and the company he works for, have lost what little respect I had left for them. This is insensitive to the point of being inhumane, and distasteful beyond even the tabloids.
    You are scum, Bob.

    • Frank Tillock

      Amen! As a grief counselor, I can not tell you how much things like this compound the already difficult ordeal the family and friends of the victims are going through. There may not be a law against doing it, but that doesn’t make it appropriate to do so. If this station had the slightest human compassion, they would not have even considered posting it. The individual who is responsible for posting it is either completely spineless or completely heartless. Either way, it was indeed a shameful thing to agree to do. It is sad just how desperate they must be that ad views are worth more to them than their fellow human beings! I have no idea how they can even sleep at night knowing that they are adding to the suffering! How can they possibly be proud of that???

  • Natalie B.


    I just wanted to recap everything that has been said about Fox 17 and Bob Brenzing in just two posts. He is not very literate, so maybe seeing these all listed here this way will allow one or two of them to sink in.

    I also wanted to add some of my own, because I agree with the two other posts whole-heartedly.
    Unfortunately, most of the ones I want to write are unfit for publication.
    Should I ever find myself in a position to see Bob Brenzing in public, you can be sure that I will spit in his face.
    That goes for the other soul-less creeps who posted the video on the other news sites as well.
    You have no place in a civilized society, any of you!

  • Amy

    Posting this video is truly awful. The suspect has been arrested, what reason could there possibly be to publicize this? It should be illegal to do so. I am so sorry that the family, in addition to their tremendous grief, has to have their tragedy publicized for the world to see. Shame shame shame on you for allowing this, FOX17. As a local and “community” news network you owe an apology to your viewers and to this family. I am disgusted.

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