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Eight persons in two-car crash at King and M-83 intersection

  A two-vehicle accident north of Frankenmuth last week hospitalized just one of eight persons involved in the incident.
  The crash took place at 8:17pm on Tuesday, March 29, at the intersection of M-83 and King Roads.
  Frankenmuth Police Chief Don Mawer said a 64-year-old Blumfield Township female was northbound on M-83 when she attempted to pass another northbound vehicle driven by a 37-year-old female from Bellevue, Kentucky. Mawer said the Bellevue driver told officers she had her turn signal on to head west on King Road.
  The crash impact took place right in the intersection and forced the Kentucky female’ vehicle into a ditch in the northwest side of King Road, taking down the King Road sign.
  While the Blumfield Township woman was solo, the Kentucky female had six children in her 2009 Honda Odyssey, ranging in age from 3-10. None of them were injured, including the driver, as they were properly restrained.
  The Blumfield Township woman was transported by MMR Ambulance Service to Covenant HealthCare in Saginaw for her injuries. She was also issued a citation for improper passing. The weather was clear and dry and Reinert & Bender Auto Repair and Towing removed both vehicles from the scene.
  In other FPD news, officers were called to One Covered Bridge Lane for the report of a disorderly subject inside the establishment.
  The incident took place at 11:30am on Sunday, April 3. Officers arrived at the location and with help from the manager on duty, located the highly-aggravated subject. During contact with the man, a 36-year-old Macomb resident, officers smelled what they believed to be burnt marijuana.
  During the police pat-down, the subject ran away, only to be caught a short distance away. Persons with him admitted he had smoked a controlled substance, however, he never acted out like that.
  The man was arrested and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail for resisting and obstructing a police officer, possession of an alleged controlled substance and disorderly conduct in public. The substance was sent to the Michigan State Police Crime Laboratory for analysis. 
  Sunday evening, April 3, FPD officers stopped a vehicle for a violation on East Genesee Street, near Harvest Lane.
  A computer check determined the driver, a 46-year-old Vassar man, was wanted on two outstanding income tax warrants from the Saginaw City Police Department. He was arrested and lodged in the Saginaw County Jail.


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