Missing son found and returned to mom
On Friday, June 19, at 2:02 a.m., Holly police officers were dispatched to a home where the caller reported her juvenile son was missing. The caller reported her son is on probation and was not allowed to be missing from home. The officers entered the child in the Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN) system and checked possible locations. The child was found later that day and picked up by his mother who took custody of him.
Holly resident finds stolen bike, holly police return to owner
On Friday, June 19, at 10:57 a.m., a Holly Village resident reported information to Holly police about a possible stolen bicycle. An officer arrived on the scene and was able to identify the owner who was called and recovered their bicycle. The bike was taken recently and the owner is happy to have it back.
Holly woman arrested for assault, disorderly conduct
On Friday, June 19, at 9:20 p.m., Holly police officers were dispatched to a Holly residence for a report of a fight in progress. The officers arrived and found an intoxicated 54-year-old female who was loud and argumentative with the officers. Their investigation revealed she had assaulted a neighbor, and would not cooperate with the officers trying to resolve the matter. The woman was arrested for assault and battery and disorderly conduct.
Saline woman arrested for drunk driving
On Wednesday, June 17, a Fenton police officer initiated a traffic stop to a vehicle that ran a red light at S. Adelaide Street and W. Shiawassee at 11:43 p.m. The officer made contact with the driver, a female from Saline, who was suspected of drunk driving. Lt. Jeff Cross said the driver failed field sobriety tests. She was transported to a hospital for a blood draw to determine alcohol percentage. She was transported to the Genesee County Jail. Charges are pending the results of the lab result.
Woman suspected of stealing baby swing
The Fenton Police Department is investigating a retail fraud complaint from a big box department store in the 3200 block of Owen Road (east of U.S. 23). A loss prevention employee told police they observed a female enter the store at 6:11 p.m. on June 20. She selected several items and put them in her cart, including a $220 baby swing. The woman was observed using the self check-out and the employee said she scanned all of her merchandise except for the baby swing. She then exited the store and left in an unknown vehicle. The case remains under investigation.