Montmorency Agencies - 101 Calls For Service Mon, 07 Jun 2021 06:02:12 EDT
Montmorency emergency response agencies had 101 calls for service in the past week.
Deputies made five complaint arrests, as well as three on warrants and one for drug related activity. They also investigated seven animal control incidents, five disputes, three animal vehicle crashes, and two alarms.
Hillman EMS had 11 runs while Tri-Township had nine and Lewiston five.
Lewiston and Hillman Fire had two runs each.
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=== MCCD - Activity log - As supplied by MCCD ===
2:13 PM Dispatch received two separate phone calls referencing damage done to vehicles in Hillman Township; the subject are neighbors and had the same type of damage done. A deputy contacted the subjects for follow up.
3:00 PM A resident of Albert Township called to report that when he arrived at his hunting property this weekend he noticed someone had stolen the gate at the entrance of the property.
8:11 PM Deputies responded to a domestic dispute in Briley Township; one of the subjects was arrested and lodged at MCSO. Officers cleared without incident.
11:43 PM Deputies responded to the scene of a home invasion, officers arrested the subject for home invasion and he was lodged.
10:01 AM While on routine patrol; a Deputy stopped to assist a motorist, the vehicle had actually hit a deer. The Deputy took the report and cleared without incident.
9:15 PM Deputies responded to a complaint in Albert Township; one male subject was arrested for drunk and disorderly conduct and lodged at MCSO. Officers cleared without further incident.
9:34 A Deputy responded to a call about a vehicle being broken into in Briley Township; Investigation is ongoing.
9:51 PM Officers responded to a commercial burglary alarm in Albert Township; the building was found to be secure. Deputy’s cleared without incident.
10:03 PM A Deputy responded to an alleged abandoned vehicle in Albert Township; the vehicle was towed. Officer cleared without incident.
8:54 PM During a traffic stop by a MSP trooper in Alpena County, a 39 year old female from Ossineke was arrested on a MCSO warrant. The female was picked up and lodged.
11:50 PM Deputies responded to a dispute in progress on County Rd 489 in Briley Township. A 28-year-old male from Atlanta was arrested and lodged.
5:25 AM Animals loose in Briley Township were reported to dispatch, this is an ongoing issue; the investigation is ongoing.
10:12 AM Dispatch received multiple calls regarding young people parking in the lot near 2nd Avenue in downtown Hillman, complaints of loud vehicles and litter being left behind are among the issues being looked into by Deputies.
12:26 PM Dispatch received the second call for the day of animals loose on Thornton Rd. Investigation ongoing at this time.
3:23 PM A passerby called in a tree on a powerline in Albert Township; no fire or smoke were reported. Albert Township Fire Department along with PIE&G responded to the scene.
10:43 PM Deputies responded to a domestic dispute in Hillman Village; one male subject was arrested and lodged at MCSO, Deputies cleared without incident.
11:31 PM Lewiston Fire Department responded to a possible gas leak in Albert Township; after some investigation there was no leak to be found and units cleared without incident.
5:46 AM A domestic issue in Albert Township resulted in a female subject being arrested and lodged.
12:58 PM A female subject turned herself in on a warrant out of Montmorency County, she was lodged.
6:33 PM A call came into the dispatch center about a tree down on a power line in Hillman Township that was also in the road way; Hillman Fire department responded to the scene as well as PIE & G Electric. All units cleared without incident.
6:40 PM A Deputy responded to a call in Hillman Village about property damage to a Hillman business; investigation is ongoing.
7:56 PM A Deputy responded to a call for a welfare check on a resident in Briley Township; the subject was found to be fine. Officer cleared without incident.
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