Wednesday police activity: dogs left in hot car unharmed.

June 15, 2017
Wednesday police activity: dogs left in hot car unharmed.
LUDINGTON — The Ludington Police Department was dispatched to a possible animal abuse case Wednesday, June 14, at 2:08 the 100 block of West Ludington Avenue.
Two dogs were left in a car on the hot afternoon, according to the police report. No arrests were made. The animals appeared to be in no distress, but the owner was lectured by the officer to not leave the dogs in the car during hot weather, according to the Ludington Police Department. The car was parked in a partially-shaded spot with the windows down.
The following is other police activity in Mason County Wednesday, June 14, 2017:
  • 2:51 p.m., (LPD), assault, reported to police department, City of Ludington.
  • 5:38 p.m., (LPD), disturbance, Stearns Road and West Ludington Avenue, City of Ludington.
  • 7:58 p.m., (MSP), suspicious situation, 2600 block of West Hansen Road, Amber Township.
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