A Monroe County mother and her 16-year-old daughter, along with another teen, are accused of causing thousands of dollars of damage to a high school football field.
According to police, the 54-year-old man’s body was found inside the barn, while his girlfriend, a 58-year-old female, was able to flee the barn after it ignited.
The car had traveled in the wrong direction on I-275 for about two miles before the collision, police said.
“She loved school, and one of the last things she liked doing, was being taken away from her all because Sullivan couldn’t keep his hands off of a student,” the lawsuit states.
Authorities in Monroe County say 18-year-old Hayley Turner, who claimed she was abducted and held hostage last week, concocted the whole story.
Police say that the foursome attempted to steal an older truck, but were chased off the property by the owner,
Now that the water contamination emergency is seemingly over, here is a look at what the algae pollution that plagued Lake Erie was all about.
The advisory applies to the communities of Bedford Township, Erie Township, La Salle Township and Luna Pier, which receive water from Toledo.
Officials say the 54-year-old lineman was electrocuted after coming in contact with a power line in Monroe County.
According Michigan State Police, the accident happened around 9:30 a.m. on the southbound lanes near Dunbar Road.