HOLLY MAN, POLICE RETURN PHONE TO OWNER
On Wednesday, Sept. 9, at 10:50 a.m., a Good Samaritan Holly man found a cell phone and turned it in to the Holly Police Department. An officer was able to retrieve a telephone number and used it to locate the owner and then return it to him.
DRUNKEN MAN DISRUPTS GIRLS VOLLYBALL PRACTICE IN HOLLY
On Thursday, Sept.10, at 6:04 p.m., Holly police officers were dispatched to Cyclone Park where girls volleyball practice was underway. Officers were given a description of an intoxicated male who was interrupting the practice and would not cease. The officer located a 48-year-old Holly man, who was extremely intoxicated and disruptive. The man was arrested and lodged at the Holly Police Department holding cell pending bond.
ORTONVILLE MAN ARRESTED FOR B&E, AUTO THEFT
On Thursday, Sept. 10, at 7:41 p.m., Holly police officers were advised of a reckless driving complaint on Sherman Street and provided a description of the vehicle and occupants. Officers located the vehicle and quickly discovered the vehicle belonged to a family member who is out of town. The person in possession of the vehicle has been banned from the owner’s property. Officers also checked the vehicle owner’s residence and discovered the person had broken into the home and has been living there. Officers arrested the 21-year-old Ortonville man for breaking and entering the home and unlawfully driving the owner’s vehicle. He was lodged until warrants were obtained for arraignment. The property owner was located and advised.
HOLLY POLICE ARREST FENTON WOMAN FOR DRUNK DRIVING
On Friday, Sept. 11, at 11:43 p.m., a Holly police officer was on patrol on Saginaw Street at Grange Hall Road when he observed a vehicle approaching quickly behind his patrol car without any lights on. The officer pulled off the road to avoid impact. The officer stopped the vehicle and determined the driver, identified as a 24-year-old Fenton woman, was highly intoxicated. The woman was twice the legal limit to drive. She was arrested for operating while intoxicated and lodged until able to post bond.
BICYCLES STOLEN FROM HOLLY RESIDENCE
On Saturday, Sept. 12, at 1:20 p.m., a Western Valley resident reported to Holly police officers that about two to three weeks ago someone took a bicycle from his front yard. The victim also reported that on Sept. 11, another bicycle was taken from his garage. The homeowner’s garage door was open and someone entered the garage and took the bicycle. Holly PD is investigating.