Police arrest Cadillac man on multiple charges.

May 8, 2020

Police arrest Cadillac man on multiple charges.

LUDINGTON — A 24-year-old Cadillac man faces multiple charges following his arrest by Ludington Police Department on Thursday, May 7. According to LPD Chief Timothy Kozal, LPD, along with Mason County Sheriff’s Office and Michigan State Police attempted to make contact with the man and execute a arrest warrants in the 300 block of North Gaylord Ave. about 5:30 p.m.

The man was wanted for felony charges of criminal sexual conduct third degree out of Genesee County and two misdemeanor charges of shoplifting (retail fraud) out of Wexford County.

“The subject resisted arrest and fled on foot, discarding his coat and backpack,” Kozal said.

Sgt. Chad Skiba and Det. J.B. Wells of the Ludington Police Department were able to locate the man and arrest him after he again attempted to elude officers, Kozal said. The man was carrying an amount of suspected methamphetamine and marijuana.

The subject was arrested and lodged at the Mason County Jail on probable cause for resisting and obstructing officers along with the other charges. Kozal said charges will be submitted to the Mason County Prosecuting Attorney’s office on suspected methamphetamine possession.

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