Sheriff’s office investigates cut brake line.

May 13, 2020

Sheriff’s office investigates cut brake line.


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SUMMIT TOWNSHIP — The Mason County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a case involving a vehicle’s brake line that was cut in the 5400 block of Kistler Road, said Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole.

The damaged property complaint was reported Tuesday, May 12, around 2:30 p.m.

“The victim reported vehicle issues and, upon having the vehicle checked by a mechanic, learned the brake line had been cut,” Cole said.

Other police activity Tuesday, May 12, 2020 includes:

– 7:15 a.m., (MCSO), car/deer crash, no injury, Benson Road south of Stolberg Road, Sheridan Township.

– 9:26 a.m., (MCSO), larceny, 4900 block of North Foster Road, Village of Fountain. The victim reported an unknown person signed for a package that had been allegedly delivered to the residence. The package contained a trampoline valued at $100, which the victim had purchased through PayPal.

– 4:41 p.m., (Ludington Police Department), a 51-year-old homeless man was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting and obstructing police, North Atkinson Drive, City of Ludington.

– 11:56 p.m., (LPD), a 29-year-old Fountain man turned himself and was arrested for a domestic violence warrant, 300 block of North Delia Street, City of Ludington.

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