Michigan man arrested outside U.S. Supreme Court, allegedly refused to listen to police directions
Capitol Police police arrested a 55-year-old Kimball Township man Tuesday after he allegedly refused to listen to officers after he illegally parked outside the U.S. Supreme Court. Capitol Police say Dale Paul Melvin was taken into custody for charges of failure to obey and assault on a police officer. Melvin was illegally parked in his Chevrolet Tahoe outside the court around 9:30 a.m. and refused to leave when police asked him to. Capitol Police continued to try to speak with Melvin, but he refused to talk. “I would like to express my appreciation for all of our officers as well as the Supreme Court Police officers,” said Deputy Chief Jason Bell of the USCP’s Operational Services Bureau.mlive.com
Police identify two women killed in St. Clair County crash
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI – A pair of women killed in a crash Wednesday morning in St. Clair County have been identified by police. Around noon Wednesday, Nov. 18, deputies with the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office responded to Lapeer and Jarvis roads in Kimball Township, west of Port Huron, for a two-vehicle crash. There was one passenger in Grasak’s vehicle, 72-year-old Kimball Township resident Ila Grasak. Related: 2 dead, 1 injured in St. Clair County crashAs she passed the vehicle, Alissa Grasak moved back into the westbound lane to avoid a collision with an oncoming vehicle, police said. Kimball Township Fire and Rescue assisted sheriff’s deputies at the scene.mlive.com
2 dead, 1 injured in St. Clair County crash
(UPDATE: Police identify two women killed in St. Clair County crash)ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI – Two women died and a third person was injured after a crash in St. Clair County, police said. Around noon Wednesday, Nov. 18, deputies with the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office responded to Lapeer and Jarvis roads in Kimball Township, west of Port Huron, for a two-vehicle crash. A 72-year-old Kimball Township woman and 26-year-old Kimball Township woman in the Pontiac G6 were pronounced deceased. Photos, statements, and crash data from the vehicles will be used by the St. Clair County accident reconstruction team as part of their investigation into the fatal crash. The Kimball Township Fire Department, Port Huron Township Fire Department, and St. Clair County Road Commission assisted deputies with the incident.mlive.com
Michigan General Election Results for Kimball Township on Nov. 3, 2020
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Property owner shoots man breaking and entering in Clyde Township, deputies say
CLYDE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – St. Clair County Sheriff deputies said a man allegedly breaking into a property was shot in the face Monday by the property owner. The incident happened at about 3:34 p.m. in the 6000 block of Lapeer Road in Clyde Township. The 50-year-old property owner from Port Huron confronted a 27-year-old Kimball Township man as he was breaking and entering. Deputies and Port Huron Major Crimes Unit later located the suspect at a hospital. The Port Huron Major Crimes Unit is still investigating the incident.