Grand Rapids Man Pleads Guilty to Some Charges for Shooting Emmet County Park Building

In this update out of Emmet County, a man accused of firing a gun at a park building has pleaded guilty to some of the charges.

In March, the sheriff’s office says Kaiser Gillhespy of Grand Rapids fired three shots at the Headlands Dark Sky Park building.

They say he fired three rounds with a long gun into the door and window of the building.

Gillhespy has admitted to having a gun and damaging the property.

Six of the original charges are expected to be dismissed at his sentencing in early November.

Police say Gillhespy was also connected to an armed incident that same day.

This temporarily shut down part of Tahquamenon Falls State Park.