2010-07-01 / Blotter

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Man claims car he stole was car jacked from him

GRAND BLANC TWP. — Ryan Windus, 23, of Grand Blanc was charged with car theft and larceny. Windus went to the home of his children’s grandparents to do laundry. At about 2 a.m. on June 25, the children’s grandparents reported their 2005 Honda missing along with a computer and Nintendo WII game system. Windus was nowhere to be found.

At about 9:40 p.m. that same day, police located Windus at 755 E. Grand Blanc Rd. Windus admitted to taking the car and computer, but denied taking the WII game system.

Windus said he took the vehicle so he could drive to Flint for vicodin, but said the car was stolen on the way. He said he stopped to ask four males if they had any vicodin, and the men forced him out of his vehicle and drove off.

Windus was taken to the Genesee County Jail.

Driver with suspended license hits car, leaves scene

GRAND BLANC TWP. — Police were dispatched to a hit and run at the intersection of Hill and Saginaw roads at 3:15 p.m. on June 22.

The victim was driving a 2001 Black GMC Jimmy when she hit her breaks to slow down for a railroad crossing. At the railroad crossing, the victim said she was hit hard from behind and the suspect “did not even stop, slow down or look” before driving off.

Police located the suspect, a 41-year-old Flint man in a 2001 White Chevy Monte Carlo, on Hill Road near Thrush Road tying down the hood of his car with a bungee cord.

The suspect was driving with a suspended license and had five warrants out for his arrest for various misdemeanors. The suspect admitted to the hit and run. Man arrested for possession, intent to deliver

GRAND BLANC TWP. — A 23-year-old Burton man was charged with possession with intent to distribute after police found a gram of heroin and various narcotic pills in the vehicle.

Police stopped the 1995 White Pontiac Bonneville in the 1500 block of Maple after noticing the license plate light was burned out.

The driver denied there being any alcohol or guns in the vehicle and stated “there should be no drugs in the car.”

The driver gave police consent to search his vehicle. During the search, police found various narcotic pills and three baggies of suspected heroin. The police did a field test on the baggies which came back positive for heroin. The suspect was arrested and taken to the county jail.

Vicodin leads to arrest

GRAND BLANC TWP. — An Ortonville woman was released pending a further investigation after police found vicodin and marijuana in her vehicle.

The suspect, 28, was pulled over after police witnessed her 1998 blue Chevy pickup truck traveling erratically in the 5000 block of Dort Highway.

The suspect smelled of alcohol and had glassy eyes. She admitted to having head two drinks, but said her erratic driving was due to operating her cell phone.

Police issued a field sobriety test in which the suspect passed. When asked if there were any drugs in the vehicle, the woman said “no, but if there was, it didn’t belong to me.”

Police found one vicodin pill on the driver seat. The driver claims the pill was left behind by one of her friends she let borrow her truck who uses drugs. In her purse, police also found marijuana and a marijuana pipe. The suspect admitted owning the items found in her purse.

Compiled by Amanda Braniecki

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