Friday, March 22, 2013
During training along Bogie Lake Road, the student athlete was struck by a car after falling into the roadway.
A 16-year-old Lakeland High School student athlete was transported to the hospital Thursday afternoon after being hit by a car on Bogie Lake Road near Sugden Lake. According to a report filed with the White Lake Police Department, the track team was running along the roadway after school. The teen, the report states, lost his footing along the side of the road and fell into oncoming traffic. He was struck by a vehicle and suffered an injury to his leg. Lt. Adam Kline said the accident couldn't be avoided, and that the driver of the car stopped and helped the teen. There were no citations given, and charges will not be filed against the driver, "It was a freak accident," Kline said.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
The following information was supplied by White Lake Township Police. Arrests and charges do not indicate convictions.
A 54-year-old White Lake resident was arrested on charges of operating while under the influence of alcohol on Monday, third offense, and driving with a suspended license after White Lake Police say he got into his car after drinking and crashed into a tree. According to the report, police were called to an accident Saturday, Nov. 3, at 8 p.m. near Ormond Road and Jackson Boulevard. When they arrived, the report states, officers found a truck crashed into a tree. The driver's foot was still on the gas pedal. The report states the engine was red-lining and the tires were burning as the the driver's foot continued to press down on the gas pedal. Lt. Don Nankervis said the doors to the truck were locked, and that the driver appeared to be …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Oakland County Sheriff's Department, Highland substation. Arrests and charges do not indicate convictions.
A 52-year-old Milford resident was banned from Jay Chevrolet in Highland after the man made death threats to employees, a report with the Oakland County Sheriff's Deputies states. According to the report, the man called the dealership on Aug. 15 to inquire about having work done on his truck. After the dealership informed the man that his truck was not under warranty, the man got angry. The report states that the man told two different employees that he was going to get a gun and kill "a bunch of (expletive)," he then said he was going to kill himself. Police responded to the man's home and he was told he was prohibited from calling or going to the dealership. Police did note that the man said he was sorry, and wished to apologize to the …