Small baseball bat, knife reportedly used in fight

October 31, 2014
Moore

Moore

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — Two Hart man are each facing one count of assault with a dangerous weapon stemming from a fight involving a small collector’s style baseball bat and a knife, said Hart Police Chief Dan Leimback.

Joshua Moore, 29, and Jeremy Wicker, 26, were arraigned in 78th District Court and are set for preliminary conferences Monday, Nov. 3, at 3 p.m., according to court personnel. Wicker’s bond was set at $5,000/personal, and he has been released from the Oceana County Jail, court staff said. Moore’s bond was set at $5,000/10 percent, and he was being held in jail as of Thursday, Oct. 30, on a probation violation charge, court staff said.

Wicker

Wicker

The two men were arrested last Sunday, Oct. 26, at 9 p.m. in the 400 block of Hart Street, said Leimback. The Oceana County

Sheriff’s Office and the Hart post of the Michigan State Police assisted at the scene, which initially was toned out to law enforcement as a domestic violence call. No serious injuries resulted from the fight, the chief said, and no other subjects were involved. “They were fighting each other,” he said.

This story is brought to you by Springstead Law Offices, with locations in Hart and Fremont, 231-873-4022 (Hart), www.springsteadlaw.com.

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