Flags stolen from fairgrounds

July 17, 2014

fair_flagsPERE MARQUETTE TWP. — Ten flags and flagpoles were stolen from the front fence of the Mason County Fairgrounds sometime in the last two days. The flags contain the logos and names of the major sponsors of the Western Michigan Fair.

Fair board President Kirk Myers said the flags stolen included Freeman Creek Equipment, Bud Light, Towns Brothers, Hallack Contracting, Unique Motor Sports, Murphy USA, Wal-Mart and Team Elmers.

“It’s despicable that anyone would do something like this,” Myers said, adding the flags are valued at around $225 each, plus the cost of the poles. New flags have been ordered for the fair that begins Aug. 5.

Anyone who has information should contact the Mason County Sheriff’s Office at 231-843-3475. Myers said a reward is being offered.

Here is the report of other activity of the MCSO for Wednesday, July 16, 2014:

– 12:24 a.m.: A 19-year-old Baldwin man was cited for minor in possession at Emily and Fitch streets in City of Ludington.

– 1:35 a.m.: A warrant has been requested for the arrest of a 22-year-old Ludington man for possession of marijuana following a traffic stop at Ludington Ave. and Delia St. in City of Ludington.

– 3:50 a.m.: Alarm activation, 9400 block of North U.S. 31, Grant Twp.

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