Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 3:40 p.m. EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Western Michigan police officials say an officer accused by activists of racial profiling by notifying immigration officials about the arrest of a mentally ill Latino war veteran did not violate department policy through his action. The Grand Rapids Police Department said Friday Capt. Curtis VanderKooi returns to work Monday. He was placed on leave Feb. 28. Activists sought VanderKooi’s firing after immigration officials held Jilmar Ramos-Gomez for three days before releasing the U.S. citizen.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A Roman Catholic social services agency that declines to place children with same-sex couples has filed a lawsuit to stop Michigan from penalizing the group if it sticks to its policy on foster care and adoption. Catholic Charities West Michigan in Grand Rapids filed the lawsuit Thursday. The group says Michigan law allows it to practice its religion by turning down same-sex couples. But the group says services will be threatened by a recent change at the Department of Health and Human Services.

DETROIT (AP) — Thousands of students from dozens of countries are in Detroit this week competing in the biggest youth robotics event in the world. Still, organizers of the FIRST Championship hope it gets a lot bigger. President Don Bossi says FIRST has a presence in only 12% of U.S. schools. He and others with the Manchester, New Hampshire-based nonprofit are trying to attract more students, including from under-represented communities.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A court says a Kent County man who spent nearly nine years in prison before winning an acquittal in a sexual assault case doesn’t qualify for compensation for the wrongly convicted. The Michigan appeals court says Dennis Tomasik got a second trial only because the state Supreme Court said a police recording was improperly admitted at the first trial. The court says it’s not the same as having a conviction reversed based on new evidence.