by Chief of Police, Johnnie Torres, Jr.
Stockbridge Police responded to the following complaints this week:
8/22/17, 7:05 pm: Assist Ingham Co. Sheriff and Michigan State Police at Ewers and Catholic Church Rd. attempting to locate a suicidal woman who was calling 911 from a cell phone in that area. Officers looked in the area for the 30-yr-old woman who identified herself and stated she was with her young daughter but were unable to locate her. Law enforcement later received a call from a relative advising where woman could be found. Contact was made with her and she was found unharmed. She was later transported to an area hospital for medical attention.
8/22/17, 11 am: Fraud complaint in the 300 block of W. Elizabeth involving the unauthorized use of credit cards.
8/24/17, 8:30 am: Traffic stop for expired plates in the 100 block of S. Clinton. Stockbridge police made contact with the driver, a 41-yr-old Fowlerville woman, and it was determined that the plate was also improper and belonged on a Chevrolet. She was cited and released.
8:40 pm: Traffic stop for speeding on N. Clinton near Morton. Upon contact with the 17-yr-old driver from Munith and his juvenile passenger, officers detected an odor of Marihuana coming from inside the vehicle. Upon further investigation the youth was found to be in possession of tobacco, residual amounts of Marihuana, and drug paraphernalia. The youth was cited and released.
8/26/17,Midnight: Traffic stop on N. Main St. for defective equipment. Stockbridge police made contact with the driver, an 18-yr-old Stockbridge man, and his passengers. The officer discovered that the man did not have a valid license and was in possession of drug paraphernalia. The man was cited and released and the items were seized. The vehicle was released to a valid driver who was inside the car.