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Mendon man killed in I-94 crash

A Mendon man died in a two-semi crash which happened at 1am Thursday on westbound I-94, west of 11 Mile Road, in Calhoun County’s Emmett Township. State police say the lead semi, driven by a 40-year-old male from Bellville, MI was merging onto I-94 westbound from the 11 Mile entrance ramp when it was struck from behind by another west …

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Police investigate shooting incident

Three Rivers police are investigating a shooting incident reported Friday night at the Meadows Lane Village trailer park. Officer responded to the area of 13th and Madison streets in response to multiple shots fired. A caller to central dispatch, however, said several people apparently involved in the incident fled the scene before officers arrived. K9 officer Django was brought to …

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One injured in Branch County crash

Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a single-vehicle accident last week in Branch County’s Coldwater Township. State police said troopers were called shortly before 2:30 a.m. Thursday to Garfield Road, near North Behnke Road, in response to a car that had struck a tree. Authorities said the 38-year-old driver was trapped inside the vehicle and required the …

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Break-ins at Fabius Township homes

Tools, electronics and liquor were reported stolen from residences at Long Lake in Fabius Township, according to state troopers. The incidents were reported Sunday morning and occurred in the 10000 block of Walnut Drive. Victims told investigators that the incident occurred between Nov. 9 and Saturday.

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Trooper suffers minor injuries after Indiana toll road crash

A state trooper has been injured after his marked patrol car crashed along the Indiana Toll Road in St. Joseph County near South Bend. State police say Master Trooper Bradley Kaizer was released Wednesday from a hospital after receiving treatment for cuts and abrasions. Kaizer was attempting to catch up to another vehicle for a traffic violation about 8 a.m. …

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One injured in LaGrange County crash

Indiana authorities said a Three Rivers man was at fault in a two-vehicle accident in LaGrange County last week. Sheriff’s officials were called the evening of Dec. 17 to County Road 700 South, where 27-year-old Christopher Kilgore was driving a farm truck. Kilgore told investigators his foot slipped off the truck’s gas pedal and wedged under the brake pedal. As …

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Man’s body found after report of vehicle striking deer

Authorities have identified a 24-year-old western Michigan man killed in what was believed to be a crash involving a deer. The Allegan County sheriff’s office says Monday that the body of Roky Vasquez-Vasquez was found about 8:50 a.m. Friday on the shoulder of U.S. 131 near Wayland, south of Grand Rapids. About three hours earlier, a motorist reported striking a …

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Colon police investigate incident

Colon Police Chief Mark Brinkert said a student walking to school last week was approached by a stranger. The incident occurred at 7:20 a.m. Friday near the intersection of Dallas and East State streets, where the student was walking to school. Brinkert said a dark-green vehicle – possibly a Mini Cooper – with tinted windows stopped and the driver said …

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Felonious assault in Sturgis

A Sturgis woman was arrested last week after she was involved in a domestic disturbance. Police were called shortly after 10 p.m. Thursday to the 100 block of West South Street, where the 46-year-old woman was taken into custody after officers concluded she assaulted her live-in boyfriend. She was charged with felonious assault, according to authorities.

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Bank holdup in Bronson

A lone man held up the Bronson branch of PNC bank last week. The incident occurred about 10 a.m. Friday, according to Bronson Deputy Chief Brad McConn. The man walked into the West Chicago Street bank, went to a teller and said he had a gun, but did not show one. He demanded money and exited with an undisclosed amount …

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