November police beat: Credit cards stolen from unlocked vehicle; juvenile arrested for domestic assault


The following information was submitted courtesy of the Huron Township Police Department. 

November 1 Officers responded to the 22000 block of Cheville Street for a death investigation. The death was ruled as a natural death.

November 6 – Officers responded to the Huron Estates Mobile Home Community to assist the Brownstown Police Dept. with a pursuit. The suspect was apprehended after a short foot pursuit.

November 6 –  A citizen reported that an unknown suspect went through his unlocked vehicle in the 27000 block of Bordeau.

November 9 – Officers responded to the 26000 block of Schreiner for a report of two missing juveniles. Both juveniles were recovered later in the evening.

November 14 –  A resident reported a juvenile runaway in the 22000 block of Lafons. The juvenile was recovered the following day.

November 15 – Officers were called to Bryan Blvd. for a non responsive person, not breathing. A 53 year old Huron Township resident was pronounced deceased at the residence. The death was ruled natural.

November 16 –  A resident reported a larceny from motor vehicle in the 25000 block of Willow Brook Ct. The larceny occurred overnight; the vehicle was left unlocked. Credit cards were stolen and ultimately used in the area. The investigation is ongoing.

November 16 – Officers responded to the 29000 block of Maple Drive for a Domestic Assault. A Huron Township juvenile was arrested for Domestic Assault.

November 17 – A Huron Township Officer observed a vehicle in the ditch in the area of Sibley and Vining Road. One of the vehicle’s occupants was arrested for possessing another persons driver’s license and providing a false identification.


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