Woman arrested in hit-and-run crash that left 2 dead
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI – A St. Clair County woman has been arrested in connection with a hit-and-run crash in which two people died. Reid stood mute after the charges were read at her arraignment Friday, according to St. Clair County online court records. A 40-year-old woman living nearby went to the crash scene to help and was hit by a different vehicle, police said. The bicyclist, a 56-year-old Fort Gratiot man, as well as the Good Samaritan, died after being hit. Read more at The Flint Journal:Good Samaritan killed in hit-and-run in St. Clair CountyPerson of interest questioned in fatal St. Clair County hit-and-runMedical issue may have led to fatal crash near Port Huron, police saymlive.com
Person of interest questioned in fatal St. Clair County hit-and-run
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI – Authorities in St. Clair County are questioning a person of interest in connection with a fatal hit-and-run. According to the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office, a 30-year-old Marysville man called 911 at about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 30, to report that he had hit a bicyclist in the 3700 block of Dove Road in Port Huron Township. A person of interest was found and is being questioned while lodged at the St. Clair County Jail on another warrant, police said. Anyone with information has been asked to contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau at 810-987-1711. Morris man accused of starting house fire that killed dogSpeed a factor in fatal motorcycle crash, Port Huron police saymlive.com
Good Samaritan killed in hit-and-run in St. Clair County
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI – A Port Huron Township woman died Tuesday after being hit by a vehicle while trying to help a bicyclist who themselves had been hit by a vehicle and killed. The bicyclist, a 56-year-old Fort Gratiot man, as well as the good Samaritan, died after being hit. Authorities said the man who hit the bicyclist remained at the scene and is cooperating with the investigation. Anyone with information has been asked to contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau at 810-987-1711. Morris man accused of starting house fire that killed dogSpeed a factor in fatal motorcycle crash, Port Huron police saymlive.com
Woman killed in St. Clair County while checking on bicyclist who’d just been killed by different driver
A 40-year-old woman was killed by a hit-and-run driver in St. Clair County right after she came out of her home to check on a bicyclist who had been struck and killed by a different car, police said.
Pedestrian dies after being hit by pickup truck near Port Huron
PORT HURON TOWNSHIP, MI — Police are investigating a fatal crash Wednesday morning near Port Huron in St. Clair County. After 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 12, county sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to a vehicle-pedestrian collision at the 2800 block of Dove Road in Port Huron Township. The pedestrian, whose name has not been released, was pronounced deceased at the scene. Port Huron Township Fire and Rescue and Tri-Hospital EMS assisted at the scene of the fatal crash. Read more on MLive:Woman killed in 3-vehicle crash near Port HuronMan with gun arrested at Grand Blanc restaurant after quarrel over handicap parking spaceMan critically injured in Flint shooting, suspect in custodymlive.com
Macomb County woman killed in St. Clair County crash
PORT HURON TOWNSHIP, MI -- A 54-year-old Chesterfield Township woman died in a single-vehicle crash in Port Huron Township Thursday. Deputies with the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office were called to a report of a crash at westbound I-94 west of the Water Street exit shortly after 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, according to a St Clair County Sheriff’s Office news release. When deputies arrived, they discovered a 54-year-old woman from Chesterfield lost control of her vehicle due to wet pavement and struck a barrier, according to police. Read more on MLive:Flint police finalize helicopter contract, look to 2022 for majority of airtimeOfficers graduate crisis intervention training to be funded in-part by Genesee County taxPolice seek information on Flint shooting death of Saginaw teenMan killed in Mt. Morris Township shootingMan shot, killed in Flint marks city’s 50th homicide of the yearmlive.com
Man arrested for murder in death of Port Huron resident
PORT HURON, MI - A 27-year-old Port Huron Township man has been arrested on a murder charge in connection with the death of a 35-year-old woman found dead Saturday after reports of a house fire, according to a news release from the Port Huron Police Department. The man, who was dating the victim, was taken to the Port Huron Police Department, interviewed, and then lodged in the St. Clair County Intervention Center on a murder charge, according to the release. Port Huron Police and Port Huron Fire found the victim around 8 a.m. Saturday while responding to reports of a fire at the 1800 block of Division Street. The victim’s name will not be released until an autopsy is finished and she is positively identified, according to the release. Police asked anyone with knowledge of the incident to call the department at (810) 984-8415 or the Major Crimes Unit at (810) 984-5383.mlive.com
St. Clair County woman arraigned on meth charges
PORT HURON TWP., MI -- A St. Clair County Drug Task Force investigation into the sales of crystal methamphetamine in the Port Huron area has led to a woman’s arrest. Dawn Archibald, 47, of Port Huron Township, was arraigned Friday, Jan. 29 in 72nd District Court in Port Huron on charges of delivery/manufacture of methamphetamine, 2nd offense, and maintaining a drug house, 2nd offense. She was arrested after police executed a search warrant of a residence in the 2900 block of Sturges Street in Port Huron Township at approximately 6:30 p.m. Jan. 26, according to Sheriff Mat King. The Drug Task Force found approximately $8,300 worth of crystal meth. Archibald was arrested without incident and transported to the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center.mlive.com
Bomb threat unfounded at Port Huron-area restaurant, police say
ST. CLAIR COUNTY, MI – A bomb threat over the weekend toward a Port Huron-area fast food restaurant was determined by law enforcement officials to be unfounded. The employee had received a call informing them that there was a bomb in the restaurant, according to a statement issued by the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office. The restaurant was immediately evacuated and searched with assistance from the Port Huron Police Department’s K9 unit. The Port Huron Township Fire Department also provided assistance to deputies. Anyone with information regarding the investigation has been asked to contact the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office at 810-985-8115.mlive.com
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4 charged after 19-year-old fatally stabbed, 2 others injured in Port Huron Township
PORT HURON TOWNSHIP, Mich. Four people were arraigned on Friday on multiple charges in connection with an attempted robbery that ended with one person being stabbed to death and two others injured. They found Nathan Chavarria, 21, of Port Huron Township lying on the ground with several stab wounds. Officers from the Port Huron Police Department located the suspects a short time later in a red Cadillac. Joseph Gigliotti, 21, from Washington Township was charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, assault with intent to commit great bodily harm, and felony firearm with a pneumatic gun. Joseph Smith, 18, from Burtchville Township was charged with armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, felony firearm with a pneumatic gun, resist and obstruct and being a habitual 4th offender.
1 dead, 2 stabbed during alleged ‘drug deal gone wrong’ in Port Huron Township, police say
PORT HURON CHARTER TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police are investigating what is believed to be a drug deal gone bad in Port Huron Charter Township early Wednesday morning. One person is dead and two others suffered stab wounds during the incident, officials said. The Port Huron Charter Township man provided information regarding the assault to officers and was then transported to the hospital. Port Huron police identified and stopped a vehicle in connection with the incident at about 4:30 a.m., officials said. A 21-year-old Washington Township man was also in the car and suffered from lacerations.