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Police: Man sped up to 160 mph on highway, posted videos

Police say a southwestern Michigan man could face charges after posting videos online of himself driving up to 160 mph on an area highway. TV station WWMT aired some of the videos of the man driving on U.S. highway 131 that were posted on a Facebook page. Michigan State Police Lt. Dale Hinz says the driving put the public in …

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Four arrested in drive-by shooting case

Sturgis police arrested four people believed to be responsible for a drive-by shooting that occurred Tuesday in Sturgis. Police arrested two 16-year-old males and a 17-year-old male. On Wednesday, police identified a fourth suspect, a 32-year-old Sturgis man, and were in the process of obtaining a warrant for his arrest. Officers received a tip about his location, and found him …

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Constantine firefighters tend two fires

Several hours after tending to a suspected arson at an abandoned house on Peck Academy Road, Constantine firefighters were called to another blaze Monday in the 62000 block of Constantine Road in Florence Township. Just before 10:30 a.m., residents said they smelled something hot and saw smoke in an attached garage. Fire personnel arrived less than 10 minutes later. The …

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Two injured in crash

A 19-year-old Kalamazoo man and his passenger were injured in a crash in Cass County earlier this week. Sheriff Joe Underwood said Jesus Arrey was driving south on M-40 shortly after 2:30 p.m. Sunday when he attempted to pass a vehicle in a no-passing zone near Teasdale Lake Road in Porter Township. Investigators said Arrey indicated he was attempting to …

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House fire near Constantine

A vacant house in Constantine Township was destroyed by fire early Monday. Constantine firefighters were called to the 63000 block of Peck Academy Road about 3:45 a.m. Upon arrival, they found the building completely engulfed and collapsing. The home had been unoccupied for some time, officials said, adding that the fire appears to have been intentionally set. Cause of the …

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Judge: Father can openly carry pistol in daughter’s school

A Genesee County judge has ruled a father can openly carry his pistol inside his daughter’s elementary school. The Flint Journal reports that Circuit Judge Archie Hayman on Monday ruled in favor of Kenneth Herman and gun rights advocacy group Michigan Open Carry. He filed a lawsuit in March against the Clio Area School District, arguing he was denied access …

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