2017-11-09 / Blotter

Police Blotter

Eviction nets warrant arrest

GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Nov. 1 at approximately 12:58 p.m., officers responded to a trouble call at Chancellor Court. Upon arrival, they found a 22-year-old Grand Blanc man they described as very agitated and belligerent at a home that was in the process of eviction. The male was the grandson of the homeowner and repeatedly paced around swearing, yelling and threatening officers and the eviction workers, police allege. Officers reviewed the legal documents and found them to be in order and advised the man several times he would have to leave the premises, and offered him a ride to another location. The man then grabbed a bag of belongings and took it out to the curb and attempted to re-enter the house but was prevented by officers. Police claim he continued being argumentative and aggressive and his family stated he was schizophrenic and might be off his medication. Upon running the man’s identification, he was found to have an active warrant. Due to his behavior, a supervisor was called, the man was subdued by stun gun and arrested and lodged in the Genesee County Jail without further incident. — P.S.

Man arrested for retail fraud

GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Nov. 5, at approximately 2:44 p.m., officers were called to the 6100 block of South Saginaw for a report of retail fraud in progress. Upon arrival, loss prevention officers had in custody a 28-year-old Otisville man who reportedly loaded a cart with items worth more than $169, including a trailer hitch, razors, automobile floor mats, and a car stereo kit. He went through the self-scan and only paid for two smaller items which he put in a bag he claimed was in the cart when he grabbed it, police allege. He was arrested on suspicion of retail fraud and lodged in the Flint City Jail. — P.S.

Man with gun cited for DUI

GRAND BLANC TWP. — On Nov. 4 at 3:38 a.m. in the 6000 block of Fountain Pointe, an officer arrested a 61-year-old Flint man whom he had followed from the area of Hill and Center Roads, and reportedly witnessed weaving in and out of the driving lane and driving erratically. Upon interviewing the driver, the officer found him to smell of intoxicants and the driver claimed he was going to his girlfriend’s house and had not realized he was weaving, police said. He admitted to having four to five drinks. He fumbled when asked to produce his legal documentation, and held onto the door when he exited the vehicle, police said. He failed field sobriety tests and blew a .18 on the preliminary breath test, according to reports. He was arrested for operating while intoxicated (OWI) and high blood alcohol level (blood alcohol content). His car was searched pending being towed and he admitted there was a gun in the vehicle but he wasn’t sure where. He stated he had a concealed carry license. A .357 Magnum was found and secured in police evidence. On an additional breath test he scored a .19, police said. He was lodged in the Genesee County Jail. — P.S.

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