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    Police Report

  Alcohol-related incidents kept the Frankenmuth Police officers busy last week.
  On Thursday, November 24 around midnight, officers were called to the 700 block of Weiss Street for a disorderly female in the facility’s Fun Center.
  Officers arrived and found the subject, a 21-year-old St. Harsens Island female, to be highly intoxicated. She was very loud, swearing and slurring her words, FPD Sergeant Tony McLaughlin said. She also kicked a Lodge employee in the stomach.
  She was taken into custody and she kicked walls and a door on the way to the patrol car. Once inside the police unit, she began spitting and while in custody in the Saginaw County Jail, kicked a sheriff’s deputy.
  She was lodged in the county jail on charges of disorderly conduct, assault and battery and resisting and obstructing an officer.
  Saturday afternoon, November 26, officers were called to a home in the 200 block of Churchgrove Road for a possible home invasion.
  A white male entered, walked into the home and into the bathroom when he was confronted by the homeowner, who called Saginaw County Central Dispatch to report the incident.
  While calling, the male left the home and was northbound on foot on Churchgrove.
  “The victim gave us an excellent description and observed him entering another home on Churchgrove,” McLaughlin said.
  Officers made contact with that homeowner, who cooperated with police, stating he knew him. However, the suspect, a 31-year-old Madison Heights male, was not cooperative with officers. He was also highly intoxicated.
  He was arrested and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail on disorderly subject charges. The FPD are also seeking a warrant for home invasion through the Saginaw County Prosecutor’s Office.

  

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