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Reckless Discharge of a Firearm/Possession of a firearm while intoxicated,
Resisting and Obstructing an Officer.
Date & Time of Incident:
2010 at 11:56
Location of Incident:
466 N Pine St Breedsville, MI.
Alcohol: Alcohol is
believed to be a factor.
Criminal Charges or Traffic Citations issued:
Subject #1: Possession of a firearm while
intoxicated, Resisting and Obstructing an Officer.
Subject #2: Possession of a firearm while
intoxicated, Reckless Discharge of a firearm. Names being held pending
Weapons: Smith &
Wesson .357 Magnum.
Sheriff Dale R. Gribler reports that deputies were sent to 466 N. Pine St in
the Village of Breedsville for a shooting that had just occurred. VBC
Dispatch received a 911 call by a subject who stated that he had just been
shot at that address and to send help immediately.
Deputies arrived on scene to find that no one had
actually been shot, however a weapon had been discharged five times within the
residence. During the course of the investigation, Deputies learned that the
original caller to 911 was the owner of the firearm and that he had been in
possession of that firearm while intoxicated.
During the attempt to place him under arrest the
subject resisted by pulling away from Deputies and had to be subdued by
several officers in order to be handcuffed.
The other suspect on scene actually fired the weapon
into the floor of the dining room after an altercation. This subject was also
intoxicated and was arrested for reckless discharge of the firearm.
Both suspects submitted to Preliminary Breath Tests
while still on scene. Both were more than twice the legal limit of .08 had
they been driving.
Both suspects were taken to and lodged at the Van Buren
Officer: Deputy Todd Oliver.
Deputy Kyle Romeo, Sgt Dennis Harvey, and Bangor City Officer Scuiletti.