San Jose man arrested for being disorderly
A 28-year-old San Jose, California man found himself behind bars for being disorderly in a downtown hotel.
The incident began shortly after 3pm on Saturday, June 27. Frankenmuth Police Department officers on routine patrol observed the subject walking and stumbling along a South Main Street sidewalk.
“He was stumbling, kicking benches and trash receptacles and drawing attention to himself,” FPD Sergeant Tony McLaughlin said.
Officers made contact with him and when they realized he was staying in hotel in the 200 block of South Main Street, they reprimanded him and told him to go inside, to his room and stay there.
A little while later, the hotel desk clerk flagged down officers as they drove by. The clerk said he was causing a disturbance in the halls.
Officers made contact with the same subject, who was in his underwear and knocking on a window. He was intoxicated, McLaughlin said.
The San Jose man was placed under arrest and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail.
McLaughlin said the subject was at a wedding, had feelings for a female with whom he attended high school and was trying to see her.
In other FPD news, officers handled a two-vehicle accident at Main and Tuscola streets shortly after 3pm Friday, June 26.
A 50-year-old Birch Run female was traveling north on Main, with a 29-year-old Saginaw female as a passenger. She stopped her vehicle and was attempting to turn into a private parking lot when she was rear-ended by a 50-year-old Frankenmuth female.
No one was injured and no tickets were issued. The vehicles were driven from the scene.
Shortly before 5pm on Sunday, June 28, officers policed a two-vehicle crash at Main and Genesee streets.
A 76-year-old Frankenmuth man was driving east on East Genesee Street, with his passenger, a 66-year-old Frankenmuth woman. He attempted to turn left into a parking lot, but stopped just short and was struck by a westbound motorist, a 70-year-old Bay City man and his passenger, a 56-year-old Bay City woman.
All sought their own medical treatment. No tickets were issued.