Frankenmuth Police officers dealt with a disorderly subject, youth with possession of drugs and a warrant arrest last week.
Tuesday afternoon, August 8, FPD officers were notified by the Michigan Department of Corrections of a subject wanted by them who was in Frankenmuth interviewing for a job.
Officers traveled to a business in the 700 block of South Main Street, contacted the property agent and located the subject, a 23-year-old Saginaw male, being interviewed.
The subject was wanted on five active warrants – one for aggravated assault from the Saginaw Police Department, three for failure to comply with judgement from Buena Vista Police Department and Michigan State Police – Tri-City Post, and one for probation violation from the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Department.
He was arrested on the outstanding warrants without incident and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail.
Early Saturday morning, August 12, officers on routine patrol observed a vehicle parked and not running in the 6000 block of Beyer Road (at the Beyer Road Bridge dead end).
Officers investigated and found a pair of 16-year-old Birch Run males in the vehicle. During the investigation, officers saw in open view drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. A vehicle search turned up a small amount of what is believed to be marijuana.
The substance was field tested and it was confiscated, along with the paraphernalia. It was sent to the Michigan State Police crime laboratory for analysis. If tested positive, warrants will be issued by the Saginaw County Prosecutor’s Office.
The vehicle was locked, left at the scene and the two teens were turned over to their parents.
Near midnight on Saturday, August 12, officers were called to the 500 block of Groveland Street for a domestic assault in progress.
Officers arrived to find a large gathering outside and the alleged suspect sitting outside. She was demanding she be arrested and was highly intoxicated.
While officers were gathering information, she became more agitated and had to be restrained by officers. She began kicking and punching them and was subdued and placed in the patrol vehicle where she tried to kick out the windows, FPD Sergeant Tony McLaughlin said.
It turns out there wasn’t a domestic violence incident and the call was made to stop the female, a 28-year-old Gladwin resident, from herself. She was arrested and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail.