2017-10-19 / Blotter

Police Blotter

Woman assaulted after party

GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Oct. 15 at approximately 12:04 a.m., officers were called to the 6100 block of Lethbridge where a 25-year-old Grand Blanc female reported she was assaulted by her neighbor’s stepson following a party. She and the 28-year-old Mt. Morris male were with others who walked another neighbor home and on the return trip, as she approached her residence, the suspect allegedly ran up behind her and hit her in the side of the head, knocking her to the ground. He then jumped on top of her grabbing her at her waist and biting her top lip as she fought him back and screamed, according to the police report. Her father, hearing her screams from inside the house, pulled the suspect off the woman. The suspect reportedly said, “Don’t him me, I’m drunk.” The woman had visible bruising on her head and a swollen lip. The incident is pending further investigation. — P.S.

Three males sought for retail fraud

GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Oct. 16 at approximately 9:23 a.m., officers were called to the 5000 block of Fenton Road for a report of retail fraud. They stated the manager noted a blue Buick with three males in it, one of whom was wearing a suit and hat, who entered the store. While the male in the suit purchased items, the other took detergent and other household cleaners, as well as some health and beauty items, totaling about $50. No weapon was seen but the male in the suit intimated he had a weapon by placing his hand in his waistband when the manager attempted to confront the suspects. Soon after, the car and suspects were seen by patrol and chased into Burton. Officers initiated a traffic stop, but the driver drove away, setting off a pursuit that later was abandoned in the interests of safety. The incident is pending further investigation. — P.S.

Alleged DUI causes accident

GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Oct. 15, at approximately 2:13 p.m., officers were called to the 2000 block of Cook Road where they found a 22-year-old Flint male who appeared to be under the influence. They asked him to step out of his vehicle and noted he had bloodshot, watery eyes, and smelled of intoxicants. He stated he was coming from the Holly Recreation Center and he saw the vehicle in front of him was stopped to turn, but reacted too late to avoid the collision. He failed field sobriety tests and scored a .17 on the Preliminary Breath Test. He was arrested and retested with a blood alcohol level of .16. The incident is pending further investigation. — P.S.

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