Golf cart valued at $10,000 reported stolen

September 18, 2023

Golf cart valued at $10,000 reported stolen

NEWFIELD TOWNSHIP — A blue E-Z-GO golf cart valued at $10,000 was reported stolen from the 8800 block of East Loop Road Saturday, Sept. 16, at 11:17 a.m., according to Oceana County Sheriff Craig Mast.

Other police activity in Oceana County over the weekend includes:

Friday, Sept. 15, 3023:

  • 1:16 p.m., (Oceana County Sheriff’s Office), larceny of a fish sculpture from Dad’s Automotive parking lot, 3500 block of South Oceana Drive, Shelby Township. The 200-pound sculpture, which was awaiting repair, is valued at $500.
  • 1:57 p.m., (OCSO), blackmail/extortion, 3000 West Baseline Road, Shelby Township. Explicit photos via Facebook messenger were allegedly being used in an attempt to extort money.

Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023:

  • 12:43 a.m., (Michigan State Police), fugitive warrant, 200 block of Sessions Road, Village of Shelby. (Suspect information unavailable.)
  • 9:53 a.m., (OCSO), malicious destruction of property, 8100 West Lumberjack Drive, Golden Township. Trees were cut down, causing approximately $1,000 in damages.

Sunday, Sept. 17, 2023:

  • 6:36 p.m., (OCSO), a 29-year-old Hesperia man was arrested for third-offense operating while intoxicated and driving while license revoked, 3700 block of North 152nd Avenue, Elbridge Township. Other charges are pending review by the Oceana County Prosecutor’s Office.

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