CRIME LOG: Police investigates domestic assault cases, unlawful entry, traffic incidents

Crime log

The following incidents were among those handled by the Central Michigan University Police Department and Mount Pleasant Police Department in the period of Oct. 12 to Oct. 20

Oct. 12 

Officers from MPPD were dispatched to a situation in which a 30-year-old female from Mount Pleasant indicated that she had been assaulted by her 11-year-old son at 400 Block E Broadway St. The case was forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for review.

Oct. 13

MPPD officers were dispatched to a person believed to be in possession of a concealed firearm. Upon contact with the suspect, a 37-year old-female from Mount Pleasant, she admitted to being in possession of a concealed handgun.  The officers confiscated the handgun. The case has been turned over to the prosecutor’s office.

Oct. 14

Officers from CMUPD got reports of a domestic incident. A male, a suspect, and a female, victim, who are married, were arguing at a football game at 5:55 p.m. Suspect denied assaulting the victim. The victim wasn’t cooperating with officers. Victim was a 24-year-old female, the suspect was a 25-year-old male. 

Oct. 16 

CMUPD investigated a two car crash in which one of the vehicles fled the scene on E. Pickard St. The suspect vehicle was subsequently located. The driver, a 30-year-old male from Beaverton, was arrested for failure to stop and identify as well as operating with no insurance.

Oct. 17

Officers from CMUPD responded to an accident at 9:26 p.m. on Broomfield St. A car hit a pedestrian on the crosswalk near the Central Michigan University Student Activity Center. A car was in the far right lane and didn’t see the pedestrian, but luckily slowed down in time. A driver was a 22-year-old male, the pedestrian was an 18-year-old female. Nobody was injured.

Oct. 19

MPPD officers got a report of unlawful entry at 1:07 p.m. at 900 Block Douglas St. The victim believed someone had accessed the residence. There was nothing missing and no signs of forced entry.

Oct. 20

MPPD officers got a report of someone operating under the influence of liquor or drugs at 12:37 a.m at 1800 Block S. Mission St. Upon contact, officers determined that the driver, a 20-year-old male from Hudsonville, was in fact intoxicated. He was arrested and lodged for operating while intoxicated 1st Offense.