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  Traffic stops and a domestic violence case were all part of the Frankenmuth Police Department caseload last week.
  Thursday evening, October 13, officers running radar on South Main Street clocked a southbound vehicle traveling 46 MPH in a 30 MPH zone. They stopped the vehicle near Eischer Road.
  Further investigation revealed the driver, a 33-year-old Birch Run Township man, was driving on a revoked driver’s license. He was ticketed for operating with a revoked license, his vehicle was parked on private property and he was released.
  Friday evening, October 14, officers were called to the 600 block of Meadow Lane for a domestic violence incident that had just taken place.
  The Saginaw County Central Dispatch 911 call came from the victim, a 60-year-old Frankenmuth female, who claimed her husband, a 63-year-old Frankenmuth male, had assaulted her. 
  Officers interviewed both persons, observed physical indicators that an assault had taken place in the home and arrested the man and lodged him in the Saginaw County Jail on domestic violence charges.
  Sunday evening, October 16, officers running radar on West Genesee Street, near Churchgrove, stopped a speeding vehicle near Reif Street. The vehicle was traveling at 47 MPH in a 30 MPH zone.
  Officers interviewed the driver, a 27-year-old Saginaw female, who said she did not have a driver’s license and likely has some outstanding warrants. She also had a small child with her in the vehicle. 
  The investigation revealed she did not possess a license and had four outstanding, traffic-related warrants: one from MSP-Tri-City Post, one from MSP-Marshall Post, one from the Kalamazoo Police Department and one from the Grand Blanc Police Department.  
  She was taken into custody for driving without a license and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail. A family member was called to the scene to take custody of the child and drive the vehicle.



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