Davison Police Blotter

Woman arrested OWI

DAVISON TWP. — On Sept. 29 at 12:05 a.m. a 36-year-old Attica woman was stopped after she directly into oncoming traffic.

Police were following the woman who was driving erratically on westbound on Lapeer Road, when she suddenly made a right turn heading north into oncoming southbound traffic on State Road.

Police immediately stopped the driver and during the course of their investigation she failed sobriety tests, then blew a .17 blood alcohol content (BAC) reading on a portable breathalyzer test (PBT).

Officers also asked her about an open container of Fireball whiskey in her vehicle and she said it was “from the other night.”

The woman was arrested and lodged in the Genesee County Jail.

Man arrested for driving on suspended license

DAVISON TWP. — A 24-year-old Flint man was arrested Oct. 1 after he was stopped in the 8000 block of Davison Road for driving without a license plate.

Police made the traffic stop at 9:50 p.m. Upon further investigation they learned the suspect had a suspended license and a warrant out of the Michigan State Police Metro North Post.

The man was arrested, then ticketed and released. His car was impounded.

Woman cited for suspended license

DAVISON TWP. — A 26-year-old Flint woman was arrested and cited for driving on a suspended license, Oct. 2 following a traffic stop at Davison and Irish roads.

According to police, an officer observed the woman failing to come to a complete stop before turning from Irish Road westbound on Davison Road at 2:20 a.m. The officer made a traffic stop and asked for the woman’s license. She produced an ID card and when the officer checked her driver’s license was suspended.

The vehicle was impounded, and an appearance citation was issued.

Man cited for driving on suspended license

DAVISON TWP. — A 47-year-old Lapeer man was stopped for driving with a license plate that expired to years ago on Oct. 6 and police learned he was driving on a suspended license.

AN officer stopped the subject at 6:38 p.m. while driving eastbound on I-69 near the Oak Road overpass. The man produced a California ID card and police discovered his driver’s license was expired, in addition to having three warrants for his arrest in Oakland County.

Oakland County did not wish to lodge the man, so he was cited, his car impounded, and he was released.

Man struck by car in parking lot

DAVISON TWP. — A man walking through the parking lot at M&M Nails, 1045 N. Irish Rd., was struck by a car driving through the parking lot on Oct. 8 and then the driver left the scene.

The incident happened at 11:06 a.m. when the victim was hit by a car and fell to ground with minor injuries. He told police he was struck by a Chevy Cobalt, which was confirmed by a surveillance camera.

Police located the vehicle later that day at Windsor Place apartments. The suspect was wearing the same outfit as worn in the security video and claimed to be unaware that she’d hit a person. Police are still investigating.

Suspicious man arrested for OWI

DAVISON TWP. — A 51-year-old Lapeer man was arrested Oct. 9 after someone reported a suspicious male at the Cyclone Car Wash on Lapeer near M-15.

Police arrived about 6:08 p.m. and found the suspect leaving the parking lot eastbound on Lapeer Road. Police followed and when the driver failed to maintain his lane the officer stopped him. Upon making contact with the driver the officer said he observed he had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and found his driver’s license was revoked with five priors drunk driving charges.

He failed sobriety tests and refused a PBT, so the officer got a warrant for a blood draw, from which the results are still pending. He was arrested and lodged in the Genesee County Jail. — Compiled by Gary Gould