By Scott Bolthouse
Hub Editor In Chief
Thanks to a specialized unit that includes a detective from the Huron Township Police Department, multiple high profile arrests have happened in the Huron Township area between February 20 and March 18, 2015.
“The Western Wayne Community Resource Team assisted us with taking some individuals with some very serious charges against them off of the streets and out of our community,” said Huron Township Police Chief Everette Robbins.
Detective Jon Bettendorf, a 14 year veteran of the Huron Township Police Department, serves on the Western Wayne Community Resource Team.
“Our Detective assigned to this unit is a very valuable resource to our residents,” said Robbins.
On February 20, Timothy Michael Dye, a 34 year old Detroit resident, was arrested in Detroit on a criminal sexual conduct warrant for an alleged incident involving a seven year old.
Raymond Manley Ryckman, a 46 year old Dearborn resident, was arrested on March 9 in Huron Township. Ryckman is under investigation for an alleged criminal sexual conduct fourth degree involving a 11 year old.
On March 10, 46 year old Huron resident Victor Heath Farley was arrested in Taylor on an outstanding warrant for felony larceny. It is alleged that over $20,000 in jewelry was stolen by Farley.
29 year old Huron resident David Timothy Satneck was arrested in Monroe County on March 18 due to an outstanding warrant for larceny by conversion.
Robbins said that the unit is working on these, as well as several other projects within the Huron community and that they are seeing the positive results of their work.