Scottville man arrested for breaking into vehicles.

December 16, 2020

Scottville man arrested for breaking into vehicles.

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SCOTTVILLE — A 32-year-old Scottville man was arrested in the 100 block of West State Street Tuesday, Dec. 15, around 5:30 p.m. following an investigation into three separate vehicle break-ins in the city, according to Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole. The arrest came after a joint investigation by the sheriff’s office and the Scottville Police Department, Sheriff Cole said.

Other activity of the Mason County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday, Dec. 2020 includes:

– 1:42 a.m., car/deer crash, no injury, Sugar Grove Road west of Schoenherr Road, Sherman Township.

– 5:30 a.m., car/deer crash, no injury, Reek Road north of Millerton Road, Sherman Township.

– 6:53 a.m., car/deer crash, no injury, US 10 east of Dennis Road, Amber Township.

– 10:37 a.m., alarm activation, Amber Township.

– 2:30 p.m., larceny of power tools, 4400 block of West Hansen Road, Amber Township. The complainant arrived home to find assorted power tools missing from his work area.

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