MALICIOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
Six charged in October shooting at Genesee Valley Center
FLINT TOWNSHIP, MI -- Six people have been charged in an October shooting at the Genesee Valley Center in Flint Township that left two people critically injured. The two unnamed suspects have been arrested in Texas and will be extradited and arraigned after arriving back in Michigan. The mall was locked down and then closed for the remainder of the day as police investigated the shooting incident. On May 19, police also responded to a report of shots fired inside the JCPenney wing of the mall. Read more on MLive:1 shot at Genesee Valley Center in jail, 1 remains in critical condition2 critically injured in mall shooting that shut down Genesee Valley CenterCOVID-19 vaccine, booster shot available at these churches in FlintPolice investigating fatal shooting in Flintmlive.com
Man charged after leading police on high-speed chase with baby in truck in Sterling Heights
STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. A Clinton Township man was charged after leading police on a high-speed chase through Macomb County with a 1-year-old in the car on Tuesday. Jason David Vancoillie, 32, was charged on Thursday with fleeing and eluding police in addition to malicious destruction of personal property. Police initially responded to a domestic dispute at a Panda Express parking lot in Sterling Heights on Tuesday, but Vancoillie and his wife and the small child had already entered their truck and drove away. According to police, officers located the vehicle attempted to make a traffic stop but Vancoillie decided to flee. The chase came to an end in Harrison Township when the man crashed the truck into a fence on North River Road, police said.