Here are the highlights from the St. Louis Police Department’s complaint log for Oct. 7-10. Thanks to Police Chief Richard J. Ramereiz Jr. for the following information.
Two domestic assaults were reported last week (on Wednesday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 10). Each was investigated and turned over to Gratiot County Prosecutor Keith Kushion for review.
No license, warrant arrest
A 19-year-old Saginaw resident was cited for driving on an expired temporary instructor’s permit after being caught speeding at M46 and Pine at 12:48 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8. An 18-year-old passenger, also from Saginaw, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from an outside agency.
A 28-year-old St. Louis resident in the 500 block of Corinth reported the theft of a Ridgid circular saw and two extension cords from an unlocked garage on Saturday, Oct. 10. The theft occurred between Oct. 4 and 9. Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Matt Van Hall at the St. Louis Police Department.
Update on Aug. 13 Animal cruelty complaint
This reporter was asked at the Oct. 8 Lincoln Day Dinner for an update on the Aug. 13 animal cruelty complaint that first appeared like so:
A St. Louis resident in the 400 block of Michigan Avenue made a report of animal abuse by another St. Louis resident living with the complainant at 11:05 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 13. Then at 10:22 p.m. the same day tires were reported slashed at the same house.
Chief Ramereiz said on Oct. 12 that the 30-year-old suspect was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty and jailed. He or she has since posted bond and awaits a court date. As for the slashed tires, there is not enough evidence to prove the tires were slashed and not damaged by other means.