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Michigan State Police stopped a vehicle in Hillsdale County for failing to dim its high beams to oncoming traffic Sunday. It was discovered that driver of the vehicle, Geremy William Warblow, Age 26, of Jerome, was driving while intoxicated. He was arrested and taken to the Hillsdale County Jail,  where he posted 10% of a $1000 bond.

Michigan State Police stopped a vehicle in Hillsdale County for a defective tail light Sunday. It was discovered that driver of the vehicle, Robert Alan Langdon, Age 61, of Allen, was driving while intoxicated. He was arrested and taken to the Hillsdale County Jail,  where he posted 10% of a $1000 bond.

Over the course of the weekend, 78 calls for service/incidents were investigated including:

  • Eleven motorists were cited for driving on a suspended license, one driver was cited for driving without a license
  • Troopers were dispatched to the scene of five traffic collisions, three of them being car versus deer crashes
  • Jackson County, Grass Lake Township: Troopers initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for speeding. The driver, a 26 year old Jackson man, was found to be driving on a suspended license as well as operating with the presence of a controlled substance. He was arrested and lodged at the Jackson County Jail.
  • Jackson County, City of Jackson: Motor carrier officers stopped a
  • commercial vehicle for a load securement violation. Further investigation revealed the driver, a 44 year old Jackson man, had a warrant for his arrest for failure to pay child support out of Eaton County and was in possession of suspected analogues. He was arrested and lodged at the Jackson County Jail.
  • Jackson County, Waterloo Township: Troopers were dispatched to a residence for a physical domestic assault complaint. An investigation was conducted, and a report will be submitted to the prosecutor’s office for further review.
  • Jackson County, Sandstone Township: Troopers were dispatched to a residence for a report of domestic assault. All involved parties were interviewed, and a 31 year old Parma woman was arrested. She was lodged at the Jackson County Jail.
  • Jackson County, Grass Lake Township: Troopers initiated a traffic stop for defective equipment and improper display of an expired license plate. The driver of the vehicle, a 20 year old man from Ypsilanti, was found to be driving without a license, driving an unregistered vehicle without insurance, and had warrants for his arrest for driving an unregistered vehicle without a license out of Ypsilanti. The driver was arrested for the warrants, cited for the traffic violations, and turned over to Washtenaw County for his warrants.
  • Jackson County, Spring Arbor Township: Troopers responded to a residence for a report of a suicidal subject. The subject was transported to Henry Ford Allegiance Health for evaluation.
  • Jackson County, City of Jackson: Troopers performed a traffic stop on a vehicle for a defective plate light. Upon contact with the driver, a 24 year old Lansing woman, she was found to be driving on a suspended license and had a warrant for her arrest for impeding traffic out of Lansing. She was turned over to Michigan State University Police on the warrant.
  • Jackson County, Spring Arbor Township: With warrant information troopers responded to a residence. They made contact with a 46 year old Parma woman who had retail fraud and shoplifting warrants for her arrest from the Blackman Township Public Safety Department and the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office. She was able to post bond on both warrants and was released with court information.
  • Jackson County, Leoni Township: Troopers stopped a vehicle for illegal window tint. Further investigation revealed the driver, a 64 year old man from Ann Arbor, was driving without a valid license, was driving an unregistered vehicle, and had a warrant for his arrest for assault out of Chelsea as well as warrants for traffic violations out of Ann Arbor and Howell. He was arrested and lodged at the Jackson County Jail.
  • Jackson County, Blackman Township: Troopers performed a traffic stop on a vehicle for defective headlights. The driver of the vehicle, a 31 year old Belleville female, was found to have warrants for her arrest for fraud out of Adrian, for false pretenses out of Chelsea, for failure to pay child support, for traffic offenses out of Romulus, and for shoplifting from the White Lake Township Police Department. After claiming to experience medical issues, she was examined and medically cleared at Henry Ford Allegiance Health before being turned over to deputies with Lenawee County.