By Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub
Posted May 3, 2023—9:33 PM EST
The Huron Township Department of Public Safety responded to a total of 366 calls for service during the month of April.
The department says it had an “abnormal number,” of natural deaths this month.
“On behalf of the Police and Fire Department, we send our condolences to those who lost a loved one,” the department said in a media statement.
201 of the calls for service were police runs, and 144 were rescue runs, with 21 of them being for possible fires.
The Huron Township Fire Department had an average response time of 7.5541 minutes for the month of April, according to a report.
The Huron Township Fire Department has decreased their response time from an average of 8.2 minutes to 7.5 minutes, the report said.
Here is a summary of the calls:
April 4: Officers responded to the 37000 block of Huron River Drive for a man slumped over the wheel. An investigation led to a 30-year-old Brownstown TWP resident being arrested for operating under the influence of drugs, possession of LSD, Adderall and acid.
April 6: Officers responded to the 22000 block of Marquee for a woman stating “they have guns and get here now.” An investigation revealed that two men brandished their firearms, a juvenile was assaulted by an adult, another juvenile threatened a woman with a knife and that juveniles mother threatened another woman with a wrench. The investigation led to a 30-year-old man being arrested for brandishing a firearm, a 28-year-old man being arrested for felonious assault, and a 15-year-old man being arrested for felonious assault.
April 6: Officers responded to the 28000 block of Boxwood for a runaway juvenile. The mother stated she dropped her 16-year-old daughter off at a friend’s house the day before, and she hasn’t returned home. The 16-year-old was located the following day at a friend’s house.
April 7: Officers were dispatched to the 37000 block of Huron River Drive for a caller requesting EMS. When officers arrived, they located an 80-year-old woman who was deceased. The death was ruled natural, and the remains were turned over to the funeral home.
April 8: Officers responded to the 27000 block of Bordeau for man stating there is a man who hit a woman at the residence. The investigation revealed that a 36-year-old Huron Township resident choked his girlfriend against the wall in their bedroom while their children were present. The man was arrested for aggravated/felonious assault.
April 12: Officers responded to the 22000 block of Lafons Lane for a 57-year-old man stating a 23-year-old man pulled a knife on him. An investigation led to the 23-year-old man being arrested for felonious assault.
April 14: Officers responded to the area of Judd and Gentz for a vehicle in the ditch. The investigation led to a 55-year-old man being arrested for operating while intoxicated.
April 15: Officers responded to the 28000 block of W Huron River Driver for a 52-year-old man not breathing. An investigation determined it appeared to be natural, and the remains were turned over to the Medical Examiner’s Office.
April 17: Officers responded to the 27000 block of Bluebird Drive for a 46-year-old woman possibly overdosing. Officers administered Narcan, and she became responsive.
April 20: Officers responded to the 18000 block of Middlebelt for a threat complaint. Dispatch received notice of a 12-year-old made stating he was going to shoot a 13-year-old female and her 14-year-old boyfriend. The investigation led to the 12-year-old male being arrested and charged.
April 24: Officers responded to the 27000 block of Moulon Rouge for a 64-year-old woman who was found unresponsive. The woman was pronounced deceased from natural causes on scene, and remains were turned over to the funeral home.
April 24: Officers responded to the 38000 block of Pennsylvania for an unresponsive woman who took over 100 of her prescription medication. Paramedics and Huron Police made the scene and provided medical treatment to the 68-year-old. She was transported to the hospital for medical treatment. The investigation led to the woman intentionally took all her prescription medication and a possible suicide note was found at the scene.
April 27: Officers responded to the 29000 block of Van Horn for a hospice death. The caller advised that the 78-year-old woman was not breathing. An investigation led to natural causes.
April 30th: Officers responded to the 21000 block of Merriman Road for a 75-year-old man who was not breathing and cold to the touch. Officers completed an investigation and ruled the death was from natural causes.
April 12: The Huron Township Fire Department responded to the 18000 block of Hannan Road for a grass fire complaint. The Huron Township Fire Department responded and were able to extinguish it before causing any structural damage.
April 15: The Huron Township Fire Department responded to the 23000 block of W. Creek Drive for a brush fire. The Huron Township Fire Department located a small brush fire and were able to extinguish it before causing any structural damage