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Multiple complaints of dogs running loose

The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple complaints of dogs running lose. D/Sgt. Curt T. Harrington said some of these dogs have bit people and some have bit and killed other dogs. The sheriff’s office will issue citations on all dog bites and contact Genesee County Animal Control.

Property line disputes to be handled by township

The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office has received multiple complaints involving property line disputes. These issues are typically civil issues and should be handled through Fenton Township and the ordinance officer. The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office asks that these situations be handled respectfully and appropriately so they do not become criminal issues.

FENTON MAN REPORTS SOMEONE FILED FOR UNEMPLOYMENT IN HIS NAME

At 4:45 p.m. on Thursday, June 4, a Fenton man reported to Fenton police that his identity had been stolen. He said his employer received a letter and card from the unemployment office indicating the man had filed for unemployment. The man had not filed for unemployment, but a debit card had been sent to his home. Lt. Jeff Cross said the man was not out any money, however someone had used his personal information to file for unemployment. Cross said with so many people filing for unemployment because of the pandemic, the likelihood of fraud has increased. Identity theft such as this could result in being denied in the future if a resident files for unemployment legitimately.

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