Army vet charged after climbing Mackinac Bridge for photos
(AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, File)ST. IGNACE, Mich. – An Army veteran already jailed in Ohio after the roof of a Cincinnati skyscraper was accessed has been accused of scaling the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan to take photos. Issac Wright, 25, of Cincinnati, was arraigned Thursday via video in Cheboygan District Court on a charge of felony trespass upon a key transportation facility. Photos taken on the bridge’s south tower were posted in November on social media. The bridge connects Michigan’s Upper and Lower peninsulas. Chartier said she only is representing Wright in the Michigan bridge case.
’Inexcusably reckless’: Police seek person who tried to climb Mackinac Bridge
Michigan State Police are investigating a felony trespassing case involving a person who was spotted climbing the Mackinac Bridge. “This is not a harmless stunt; it’s inexcusably reckless,” said MBA Executive Secretary Kim Nowack. When another alarm was activated several hours later, they observed someone leaving the bridge. Michigan State Police (MSP) D/Sgt. “We will use all of our resources to identify and prosecute this individual.”From August: Info sought about plane that flew under Mackinac Bridge: See video
Info sought about plane that flew under Mackinac Bridge: See video
ST. IGNACE, Mich. Authorities are seeking information about a plane that flew under the Mackinac Bridge in late June. This was extremely reckless behavior on the part of the pilot, and it imperiled the safety of everyone on the bridge that day, said Det. We hope that someone can come forward with information to help us make sure it doesnt happen again, Demers said. A Coast Guard crew recorded the June 28 incident on video. The bridge connects Michigans two peninsulas over the Straits of Mackinac.