RUNAWAY FOUND AND RETURNED TO PARENTS
On Saturday, May 16, Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies took a complaint at the Fenton Township sub-station for a runaway. Deputies located the 16-year-old runaway and returned her to her parents.
Fenton township man charged with domestic violence
On Sunday, May 17, deputies with the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 4000 block of Lahring Road in Fenton Township for a domestic assault and battery. Shelby Meredith, 41, of Fenton Township was arrested. He was arraigned in Genesee County 67th District Court on May 21 with domestic violence. He was released on $20,000 personal bond. A pretrial is set for June 3. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim, no drugs or alcohol and to not be in possession of weapons.
ASSAULT ON EASTVIEW DRIVE
On Sunday, May 17, deputies with the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 14000 block of Eastview Drive in Fenton Township for an assault. The incident is currently under investigation.
WHITE TRAILER STOLEN ON SUGAR MAPLE COURT
On Wednesday, May 20, Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of Sugar Maple Court in Fenton Township for a stolen trailer. The stolen trailer is a white 20-foot, Legend. The white trailer said “WHITE” on it. Video surveillance shows a dark, possibly dark green, Dodge Ram truck pulling the trailer. If anyone has any information, contact D/Sgt. Curt Harrington at (810) 257-3422.
UNLAWFUL ENTRY ON SUGAR MAPLE COURT
On Thursday, May 21, deputies from the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 1000 block of Sugar Maple Court in Fenton Township for an unlawful entry complaint. A 54-year-old Fenton Township man was arrested and issued a citation for unlawful entry.
LARCENY FROM AUTO ON FAIRBANKS ROAD
On Friday, May 22, Genesee County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the 12000 block of Fairbanks Road in Fenton Township for a larceny from auto. The incident is currently under investigation.
ASSAULT ON LOON LAKE COURT
On Monday, May 25, deputies from the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 3000 block of Loon Lake Court in Fenton Township for an assault. The incident is currently under investigation.
ASSAULT ON PONEMAH DRIVE
On Monday, May 25, deputies with the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the 3000 block of Ponemah Drive in Fenton Township for an assault. The incident is currently under investigation.
HOLLY POLICE RELEASE COVID-19 INFORMATION
Starting April 6, Holly Police Chief Jerry Narsh has been posting the number of positive cases and deaths for COVID-19 in the Holly area by zip code 48442. The population within this zip code is 20,464. This area includes Holly Village and Holly Township as well as parts of Rose, Groveland, Highland and Springfield townships. Information is taken from the Oakland County COVID-19 map published at Oakgov.com. Narsh considers this information to be just as vital as crime activity to the health and awareness within our community. The recovery rate of persons diagnosed with COVID-19 in the 48442 zip code is at 90 percent.
FRAUDULOUS UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIM
On Tuesday, May 19, at 2 p.m. Holly police were dispatched to a Corbin Street home where a 42-year-old Holly woman reported she had been advised by her employer that an unknown person had filed an unemployment claim in her name. The woman reported she has never filed unemployment in her name in the past and is still employed. The officer took the report and advised her to get more information regarding the false claim from her employer to be provided to Holly police.
HOLLY TEEN PICKED UP ON ARREST WARRANT
On Tuesday, May 19, at 3:47 p.m., a Holly police officer on patrol was advised by the Michigan State Police that a trooper had an 18-year-old Holly man in custody on a traffic stop. The man has a valid felony arrest warrant out of Holly police for domestic assault. The officer took custody of the man and lodged him at the Oakland County Jail pending arraignment on the charge.
NOVI WOMAN DRIVES ‘SUPER DRUNK’ IN HOLLY
On Friday, May 22, at 5:50 p.m. Holly police officers were advised by dispatch of a vehicle that was traveling all over the road in the area of Maple Street near Clarence Street. A person calling 911 from a cell phone reported the blue Chevy Tahoe had pulled into Crapo Park and appeared unconscious. The officers located the vehicle being driven by a 58-year-old Novi woman. A citizen who witnessed her driving had taken her keys and handed them to the officers. The officer noticed front-end damage to the vehicle and it was missing a front tire. In addition, officers were advised that there were several mailboxes that had been hit and damaged along E. Maple Street as well as other damaged mailboxes in Holly Township. Officers determined the driver was highly intoxicated. The driver was arrested and found to have a blood alcohol level over four times the legal limit. The driver was booked on a charge of “super drunk” driving, medically cleared for incarceration and lodged at the Oakland County Jail pending bond or arraignment.