Drunk driving arrests top police activity.

December 15, 2020

Drunk driving arrests top police activity.

The following is recent police activity in Oceana County:

Friday, Dec. 11, 2020:

– 10:39 p.m., (Oceana County Sheriff’s Office), a 22-year-old Walkerville man was cited for driving while license suspended (DWLS), 188th Avenue, Leavitt Township.

– 11:01 p.m., (OCSO), a 23-year-old Walkerville man was arrested for second-offense operating while intoxicated (OWI), Main Street, Village of Walkerville.

– 11:55 p.m., (OCSO), harassing pone calls, South 176th Avenue, Newfield Township. The suspect is a 43-year-old Baldwin man.

Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020:

– 10:39 a.m., (OCSO), obscene communication, West Baseline Road, Hart Township. The investigation is ongoing.

– 9:43 p.m., (OCSO), a 28-year-old man was cited for driving while license suspended (DWLS) and no insurance following a vehicle crash, South Oceana Drive, Grant Township. No one was injured.

– 10:14 p.m., (Michigan State Police), a 56-year-old Hart man was arrested for OWI, North 56th Avenue and Polk Road, Golden Township.

Sunday, Dec. 13, 2020:

– 5:28 a.m., (OCSO), a 58-year-old Walkerville man was cited for failure to report a crash, 184th Avenue, Leavitt Township. No one was injured.

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