December 6, 2007 RSS feed / Court News

Man facing felony sex charges after conviction

A Houghton Lake man who pleaded no contest to criminal sexual conduct charges Nov. 20 in 83rd District Court, Roscommon, was arrested the same day for crimes he is accused of committing Nov. 19. More...

34TH CIRCUIT COURT

Judge Michael Baumgartner

Judge Michael Baumgartner presided in 34th Circuit Court, Roscommon, Nov. 20: Kevin S. Keener, 22, White Lake, (heard Oct. More...

Grant to provide EMS units with 800-MHz radios

Area emergency medical services agencies, dispatch centers and emergency operations centers will receive 800-megahertz radios to allow region-wide communication. More...

Two plead guilty to break-ins

Two defendants charged with several breaking and enterings in the Prudenville area recently entered guilty pleas in exchange for some charges being dropped. Shane A. Hampton, 19, Houghton Lake, and John A. More...

83RD DISTRICT COURT

Judge Daniel Sutton

Judge Daniel L. Sutton recently arraigned the following in 83rd District Court: Sarah J. More...

Safe stolen

A Prudenville resident reported to Denton Township Police last week that his home safe was stolen. The man had left his home, which is attached to a resort, and returned that evening. More...

Deputies nab two suspects

Missaukee County Sheriff's deputies early Monday arrested two Grayling men who allegedly broke into Merritt Energy on Oilwell Road. More...

Theft of wire costly

State Police at Houghton Lake are investigating the theft of four spools of copper wire, valued at over $1,900, from a Houghton Lake storage facility on South Harrison Road last week. More...

Suspended driver caught with gas stolen from Quest

A 23-year-old Houghton Lake man was arrested after he allegedly had stolen gasoline at the Quest golf course in Roscommon Township Nov. 29. Roscommon County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a suspicious car at the golf course. More...

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