Bow, hunting equipment stolen in garage break-in.

October 24, 2022

Bow, hunting equipment stolen in garage break-in.

GRANT TOWNSHIP — A bow and hunting equipment valued at $2,750 were stolen during a break-in to a garage in the 6600 block of South 104th Avenue, according to Lt. Shane Hasty of the Oceana County Sheriff’s Office.

The break-in was reported Friday, Oct. 21, at noon.

Other police activity in Oceana County over the weekend includes:

Friday, Oct. 21, 2022:

  • 2:57 a.m., (OCSO), domestic incident, South 3rd Street, Village of New Era.
  • 2:57 a.m., (OCSO), two-vehicle crash, West Shelby Road, Shelby Township. Two vehicles were traveling in the same direction when a deer ran out onto the roadway. The first vehicle stopped abruptly, and the second vehicle rear-ended of the first vehicle, said Lt. Hasty. Both drivers suffered minor injuries.

Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022:

  • 12:45 p.m., (OCSO), breaking and entering, windows were broken out of an abandoned structure, East McKinley Road, Otto Township.
  • 10:01 p.m., (OCSO), assist Shelby Police Department with a domestic assault, 100 block of Michigan Avenue, Village of Shelby.

Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022:

  • 6 p.m., (Michigan State Police), a 57-year-old Manistee man was arrested for operating while under the influence of drugs and a carrying a concealed weapon violation, US 31 and Shelby Road, Shelby Township.
  • 10:37 p.m., (MSP), a 42-year-old Hart man was arrested for domestic violence, 5500 block of East Deer Road, Leavitt Township.

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