Holly police render mental health assistance
On Monday, Nov. 8, at 11:40 a.m. a Holly police officer was dispatched to a N. Holly Road business for a report of a man acting strangely and interacting with customers. The officer arrived and recognized the man. The officer was able to calm him and transported him home. The officer contacted his case worker who arrived and transported him for medical care.
Holly man arrested for driving on suspended license in possession of stun gun
On Sunday, Nov. 14, at 12:45 a.m., a Holly police officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on North Street and N. Saginaw Street. The driver of the vehicle handed the officer a Michigan ID card advising the officer he does not have a valid driver’s license. The officer placed the driver under arrest after verifying the suspension. During the arrest, the officer discovered the 31-year-old Holly man was in possession of an electronic stun gun. The driver did not have a concealed pistol permit. The driver was arrested for possessing the stun gun and suspended driving. In addition, he had three open warrants for his arrest from other Michigan police agencies and one from the State of Georgia. He was lodged in the Oakland County Jail pending issuance of charges from the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office and arraignment.
Holly man’s vehicle stolen by female friend
On Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 3:49 p.m., a Holly police officer was dispatched to a residence where a male resident told the officer he recently befriended a woman from the Flint area who is struggling with heroin addiction. He allowed her to stay at his home for a few days. He woke up to discover his vehicle and his houseguest were both missing. The man waited to file a report, hoping the 46-year-old Flint woman would return it. The report was filed and the vehicle entered as a stolen vehicle. Officers are investigating.
Holly woman files false police report
On Saturday, Nov. 13, at 12:47 a.m., Holly police were dispatched via a 911 call by a woman who reported a man pointed a gun at her during an argument inside her residence. The caller said the man then cocked the gun while he pointed it at her. An officer arrived and determined that there was no gun involved. The 51-year-old Holly woman who reported it admitted she lied, hoping the police would remove the man from her home. The case has been presented to the Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office for criminal charges for filing a false report to police.