Police Blotter by Police Chief Johnnie Torres Jr.

Stockbridge Police responded to the following complaints this week:

11/12/18, 3:40 pm:  Suspicious incident in the 500 block of Old Orchard.  Stockbridge police were dispatched after a 911 call was made by the ex-girlfriend of a resident..  The ex-girlfriend claimed that she heard a gunshot at the end of her conversation with the resident and feared he may have hurt himself.  Police responded with the assistance of Ingham Co. Sheriff Department  and the Michigan State Police.  Contact was eventually made with the irate resident who advised that the caller was lying and mentally unstable.  Unfounded.

11/13/18, 7:30 am:  Private property crash in the 400 block of N. Clinton.  Stockbridge police  happened upon a crash that occurred due to icy conditions.  No injuries and minor damage.

11/15/18, 12 pm:  Assisted Michigan State police  with a subject unconscious behind the wheel of a vehicle at Dexter Trail and Adams Rd.  A 911 call was received by a witness who stated that there was a subject asleep at the wheel of his vehicle on Adams Rd. Police responded after SAESA had already awakened the driver, a 26-yr-old Stockbridge man and was treating him.  State police were also on scene.  The subject admitted to taking methadone earlier in the day.  He was taken to an area hospital where he was treated for a possible overdose.  Blood was taken by authorities and criminal charges are being sought for operating while intoxicated. 

11/16/18, 7 pm:  Criminal sexual conduct complaint involving a juvenile (location withheld).  Police responded and determined that a felony assault had occurred and that the perpetrator was an adult.  After an initial investigation, the accused was identified and it was determined that the crime happened outside of the Village.  Contact was made with the Ingham Co. Sheriff Dept. and the investigation was turned over to them.

11/17/18, 1 pm:  Suspicious situation in the 100 block of S. Clinton. Stockbridge police responded to a complaint of a broken window caused by a piece of concrete.  After interviewing the complainant, it was determined that the likely cause of the damage was a passing semi-truck or other vehicle that caused the concrete to break loose from the curb and take flight through the nearby window.  No injuries reported and the vehicle is unknown.

11/19/18, 3:30 pm:  Traffic stop in the 400 block of W. Main St. for improper plates.  Upon contact with the driver, a 50-yr-old Stockbridge man, it was confirmed that he was driving with an improperly plated vehicle.  He was cited and released.

                 6:30 pm:  Traffic stop in the 300 block of W. Main St. for improper plates.  Upon contact with the driver, an 18-yr-old Grass Lake man, it was confirmed and also discovered that the vehicle was not registered and had no insurance.  The driver was cited and released and the vehicle impounded.

11/20/18, 12 pm:  Abandoned Vehicle complaint in the 400 block of N. Clinton.

11/22/18, 2:30 pm:  One-car crash at M-52 and Green Rd.  Stockbridge police received a 911 call about a crash involving a pinned-in driver.  SAESA was also summoned.  Upon arrival police discovered that the driver, a 40-yr-old Stockbridge man, was driving excessively fast northbound on M-52 and left the roadway crashing through road signs and a property owner’s trees and fencing.  The vehicle came to rest on Green Rd on its roof.  The driver was clearly intoxicated but had sustained injuries as a result of the crash.  He was transported to an area hospital where his blood was drawn and sent to the lab for analysis.  The driver had prior alcohol related arrests and felony charges are pending lab results. 



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