Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EDT

DETROIT (AP) — A report says a nonprofit program aimed at preventing infant mortality in Detroit was not selected through a fair, open and transparent process. The Detroit Inspector General’s report released Monday says the Make Your Date prenatal program “was unilaterally selected” by Mayor Mike Duggan. The report also says Duggan’s chief of staff ordered employees to delete some emails about the program.

FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Mott Community College officials say bedbug-infested chairs have been removed from a student lounge on the Flint campus. The college says the chairs were removed for treatment to kill the insects after they were found Thursday on the furniture in the Mott Memorial Building’s student lounge. The bedbug find on the Flint campus follows the discovery of bedbugs earlier this month in the classroom of a high school at the Carman-Ainsworth Community Schools, which is also in Genesee County.

WATERFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A Detroit-area police officer faces criminal sexual conduct charges stemming from an incident that allegedly occurred last year. Waterford Township Officer Kevin Thompson is charged with two counts of criminal sexual conduct. He’s scheduled for an Oct. 28 court appearance in 67th District Court in Genesee County on the charges that stem from an alleged December 2018 incident in Grand Blanc while he was off-duty. Thompson is on unpaid administrative leave.

CHARLEVOIX, Mich. (AP) — A retired judge is back in court on the other side of the bench in northern Michigan. Peter O’Connell has been hired as an assistant prosecutor in Charlevoix County. He was a Michigan appeals court judge for more than 20 years and a District Court judge in Isabella County for another 15. O’Connell joked that Charlevoix County prosecutor Allen Telgenhof is “giving a senior citizen a second chance.”