Midland County crime log – July 7, 2020


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The next listing consists of latest stories from the Midland County Sheriff’s Workplace and the Midland Police Division. Compiled by reporter Mitchell Kukulka.

Thursday, July 2

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11:58 p.m. — Deputies had been dispatched to a Mills Township location in reference to a suspicious man standing below a lightweight submit at an intersection. The deputies checked the realm and had been unable to find the person.

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9:52 p.m. — A deputy was despatched to the Sanford River basin for a report of 4 youngsters on the lake mattress. Contact was made with a mum or dad of the youngsters. The daddy was knowledgeable of the principles/legal guidelines pertaining to the river basin, and stated the youngsters wouldn’t be again out onto the basin.

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eight:29 p.m. — Costs are being sought towards an 18-year-old Lee Township male for reckless driving and malicious destruction of property. The costs stem from a grievance of two automobiles doing doughnuts and burnouts on a Lee Township roadway.



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7:41 p.m. — A deputy made contact with a 28-year-old Greendale Township lady who deliberately overdosed on prescription remedy. The girl was transported to the MidMichigan Medical Middle-Midland emergency room for therapy and a psychological well being analysis.


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7:06 p.m. — A deputy was dispatched to a Jerome Township residence for a report of a canine chunk. A 30-year-old lady’s household canine bit a 2-year-old boy. The boy was transported to the ER by his mom for medical therapy, and obtained minor accidents. The deputy issued an isolation discover to the 30-year-old canine proprietor.

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6:48 p.m. — A deputy was dispatched to a Warren Township residence in reference to a 29-year-old lady who reported her 21-year-old ex-boyfriend had stolen her Ps price about $400 and a few video video games totaling roughly $180. The 21-year-old suspect has not returned cellphone calls.


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three:52 p.m. — A deputy stopped an 18-year-old Midland boy for rushing and driving erratically within the Metropolis of Midland. The deputy cited the 18-year-old for driving with no insurance coverage.

three:44 p.m. — A deputy was dispatched to an Ingersoll Township residence in reference to an assault between a 43-year-old lady and a 48-year-old lady, who’re roommates. Michigan State Police troopers arrived on-scene and knowledgeable the deputy they’d deal with the investigation.

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2:35 p.m. — A deputy was dispatched to a Hope Township residence after a doable breaking-and-entering. A 44-year-old lady referred to as her physician and stated she had damaged into the Hope Township residence to make use of the phone. The deputy arrived on the residence and spoke with the 63-year-old feminine house owner, who recognized the 44-year-old as her daughter-in-law, and stated she lives there. She stated she has by no means damaged in. The 44-year-old was there as properly, and was laughing in regards to the incident, stating her physician will need to have misunderstood her.


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1:13 p.m. — A deputy was dispatched to the realm of North Eastman Highway close to East Mier Highway for the report of a two-vehicle site visitors crash.

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6:09 a.m. — Deputies responded to a car-deer crash in Jasper Township.

5:27 a.m. — Deputies had been dispatched to a Jerome Township residence in reference to a 40-year-old lady who reported a 30-year-old lady coming into her residence with out permission. The deputies arrived on-scene and found the 30-year-old had broken the garden along with her automobile. The 30-year-old was later arrested for working below the affect of medication.

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1:36 a.m. — A deputy was dispatched to a Lee Township cellular house park for a report of a suspicious man who was strolling round folks’s lawns. The deputy discovered a 37-year-old man who was in search of his hat. The deputy discovered the person’s hat, and he left the realm.

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