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Huron Public Safety responds to 2,212 calls for service during May | #childsafety | #kids | #chldern | #parents | #schoolsafey


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Submitted by Huron Township Department of Public Safety—Posted June 5, 2023

The Huron Township Department of Public Safety responded to a total of 2,212 calls for service during the month of May. Of those calls for service, 2,045 were police runs and 167 were rescue runs. The Huron Township Police Department completed 174 crime reports. The Huron Township Fire Department had an average response time of 7.7386.

The Huron Township Department of Public Safety responded to multiple crime reports for dogs running loose. We would like to remind residents that you are responsible for your dog and must keep them on a leash at all times. If you believe your dog was picked up by our department, you may reach out to the Brownstown Animal Shelter (734) 675-4008.

May 2nd: Officers responded to the 21000 block of Otter Road for possible domestic violence. A female called 911 and hung up. Dispatch was able to contact the female and could hear a male yelling in the background. The female advised that the male on scene left marks on her face. Officers investigated and determined that the male assaulted the female. A 31-year-old Huron Township resident was arrested for domestic violence.
May 3rd: Officers responded to the 31000 block of Huron River Drive for a possible threat’s complaint. An 11-year-old Huron Township resident stated she was being bullied and said she was going to shoot up the school. She was arrested and turned over to the Juvenile Detention Facility.
May 3rd: Officers responded to the 23000 block of Manor Rd N for a possible child abuse case. Officers received information from a CPS referral that a 5-year-old female wore an eye patch to cover up a bruise that was from her mother. An investigation was completed, and a 32-year-old Huron Township resident was arrest for child abuse.
May 6th: Officers responded to the 28000 block of Mineral Springs for a male threatening a female with a knife. The female stated her 29-year-old husband came to the residence and pulled out a pocketknife while holding their small child. When the male put away the knife, he grabbed the female by the neck. The male was ultimately arrested for possession of methamphetamine and felonious assault.
May 6th: Officers responded to the 23000 block of Marsh for a possible domestic violence call. A neighbor called stating they could see a female getting assaulted by a male. Officers made the location and spoke to the female outside the residence. Officers made the determination that the boyfriend of six years assaulted her. A 37-year-old Huron resident was arrested for domestic violence and resisting arrest.
May 15th: Officers responded to the 25000 block of Middlebelt for an unresponsive 64-year-old female. Officers made the scene, and the female was pronounced deceased on scene. Officers completed an investigation and determined the death was from natural causes.
May 22nd: Officers were dispatched to the 18000 block of Andrew Lane for a possible suicidal 44-year-old male. The male texted his friend telling him to take care of his cat, and he is leaving everything to him. The friend went to the residence and saw the male holding a shotgun to his head. Officers were able to call the male out of the residence. The male was safely secured and transported for psychological treatment.
May 28th: Officers were dispatched to the are of King and Inkster for a reckless driving complaint. The caller advised that the vehicle was all over the roadway. The vehicle was ultimately located in the area of Waltz and Palma. An investigation was conducted, and a 32-year-old male was ultimately arrested for Operating Under the Influence of Drugs and possession of LSD. The driver admitted to using PCP prior to driving the vehicle.

Fire Investigations:
May 5th: The Huron Township Fire Department responded to the area of S I-275 and Sibley Road for a brush fire. The fire was ultimately located in Romulus’ venue but were extinguished out by both fire departments.
May 7th: The Huron Township Fire Department responded to the 25000 block of Middlebelt for a field fire. The caller advised that his back yard was on fire. The Huron Fire Department arrived on scene and was able to extinguish the fire before it caused any structure damage.
May 7th: The Huron Fire Department responded to the 23000 block of Marsh for a hot water heater that caught on fire. The homeowner was able to extinguish the fire prior to the fire department arriving on scene.
May 16th: The Huron Township Fire Department responded to the Disc Golf Course that is located in the Willow Metroparks. The caller advised that hole 18 was currently on fire. The Huron Fire Department, with the assistance of Ash Township were able to extinguish the fire.


This entry was posted in Front Page News, Police & Fire on by Scott Bolthouse.

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