Author: Quinton Zuk

Four Teens Have Been Accused of AT&T Robberies in Isabella Co.

Four teenagers are accused of a string of smash and grab robberies. The Isabella County Sheriff’s Office says numerous electronic devices were stolen from an AT&T store. While deputies were at the scene they heard about a car crash and that the people inside took off. After finding the suspects, deputies say two had stolen phones. The sheriff says they…

Michigan Dep. of Corrections Starts New Screening Plan as Coronavirus Concerns Grow

The Michigan Department of Corrections is taking measures to keep inmates safe from the virus. Anyone entering a prison will have to answer screening questions and may have their temperature checked. Communities with outbreaks could even consider stopping visits. If that happens, prisoners will have more phone time. MDOC also says they’re upping their cleaning tactics. Categories: Coronavirus

MSP Places 7th District Commander, Asst. Commander on Administrative Leave

Michigan State Police say both the commander and the assistant commander of the 7th district have been placed on administrative leave. According to MSP’s website, Captain Michael Caldwell is the commander and Mike Hahn is listed underneath him. State police say an internal investigation found they violated department policy related to the promotion and selection process. We are working to…

Charlevoix Co. Man Faces Four Child Abuse Charges

A Charlevoix County man is facing four child abuse charges after an investigation by Child Protective Services and the Charlevoix Ccounty Sheriff’s Office. The sheriff’s office says Marcus Watkins from Evangeline Township was arrested and charged after deliberate injuries were found on a two-year-old child. Several people were interviewed by the sheriff’s office before they made the arrest. Waktins has…

Post-Brexit U.S. Trade Picks Up

It was years in the making and now Brexit is a reality for the United Kingdom. And since Britain left the European Union, trade is picking up with the U.S. British-American business owners are welcoming Brexit as a chance to build better trade relationships. The U.S. is negotiating a new trade deal with Britain right now that could bring down…

Fourth Vaping Related Death in Michigan Confirmed

A fourth person in Michigan has died from a vaping related injury according to the state. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says they learned about the woman’s death on Wednesday. 73 vaping related injury cases have been reported in the state since August. Nationwide, there’s been more than 2,700 cases and 64 deaths. The CDC says vitamin-e…

Lost Dog Found in Michigan Returns Home to California

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Mt. Pleasant Man Charged with Assault with Intent to Murder, Child Abuse

Police in Mt. Pleasant say a man is accused of hurting a woman and a child. Now, it’s an attempted murder investigation. Police say ongoing violence between the man and woman came to an end last night. They say Anthony Wooten was found walking near the Chase Run Apartments. Police say he was drunk and bleeding from his head. Wooten…

Woman Found Guilty in Leelanau Co. Armed Robbery Case

The woman involved in a violent Leelanau County robbery has been found guilty on multiple charges. A jury found Bailey Rosinski guilty of armed robbery and three counts of assault. Police say she and Justin Bembeneck went into a home in Cedar last January. They say the two demanded money from the people inside before attacking them. Bembeneck was sentenced…