Man arrested after allegedly giving false name to deputy.

June 8, 2017
Man arrested after allegedly giving false name to deputy.
PERE MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP — A 33-year-old Sidney, Michigan man was arrested by a Mason County sheriff’s deputy Wednesday, June 7, at 1:07 p.m.after reportedly giving the deputy a false name during a traffic stop on US 31 near the Pere Marquette Highway off-ramp, according to Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole.
“Upon running the name given, the deputy learned of a statewide warrant for that named person after running him through the Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN),” Cole said. “When confronted about the warrant, the subject came clean on his real name.”
He was charged with furnishing false information to police and driving while license suspended (DWLS).
Other Mason County Sheriff’s Office activity Wednesday, June 7, 2017 includes:
  • 5:40 a.m., car/deer crash, no injuries, Washington and Masten roads, Logan Township.
  • 9:46 p.m., ​a 36-year-old Ludington man was arrested in the 300 block of South Rowe Street in the City of Ludington on three outstanding warrants charging him with possession of marijuana issued by the Ludington Police Department; failure to appear for a pretrial issued by the Clinton County (Michigan) Sheriff’s Office; and failure to appear for a show cause hearing for a charge of operating while intoxicated issued by the Southfield (Michigan) Police Department.
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