Huron Township Police respond to a domestic assault and an attempted suicide by train call in the September police beat

(Photo by Jeremy Cady)

(Photo by Jeremy Cady)

 

By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor In Chief
ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

 

Officers responded to the 27500 block of Bordeau for a death investigation on Sept. 3. The death was ruled as a natural cause.

A breaking and entering occurred on Sept. 4 in the 27900 block of Sibley. Entry was made through and unlocked door and multiple weapons and jewelry were taken.

Huron Township dispatch received a 911 call on Sept. 13 about a home invasion in progress in the 29000 block of Country Lane. Police say upon further investigation, it was revealed that the incident was domestic related. A suspect has been identified and charges will be filed.

Huron Township Officers arrested a 43 year old Flat Rock man on Sept. 14 for operation under the influence of liquor near West and Middlebelt Roads.

Police responded to the 19000 block of Savage Road for a domestic assault complaint on Sept. 15. A 20 year old township resident was taken into custody.

A breaking and entering was reported on Sept. 15 in the 23000 block of Waltz Road. Police say the suspects entered through an unlocked rear sliding glass window. A laptop was taken.

On Sept. 18, Officers responded to a subject threatening suicide by train in the area of Inkster Road and Legrand Blvd. Huron Police dispatch contacted Conrail and advised them to stop trains in the area. The subject was located and taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

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