Twin Lake man arrested following crash in Scottville. 

May 27, 2022

Twin Lake man arrested following crash in Scottville. 

By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief.

SCOTTVILLE — A 47-year-old Twin Lake man was arrested Thursday evening by Scottville Police Department on suspicion of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol following a two vehicle crash. The crash occurred about 10:50 p.m. when a Lincoln MKZ driven by the Twin Lake man was north bound in the 400 block of North Main Street and struck a parked Dodge Ram pickup truck. The truck was unoccupied and legally parked on the street. 

The driver was uninjured but both vehicles were extensively damaged. The crash caused the truck’s gas tank to leak several gallons of gas on the street, which was contained by fire department personnel. 

Emergency units responding included Scottville Police Department, Mason County Sheriff’s Office, Scottville Fire Department, and Life EMS. 


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