Update: Police find body missing teen in Montcalm Co. lake

The body of a missing Montcalm County teen was found by searchers in Little White Fish Lake in Pierson Township of Montcalm County over the weekend. Authorities say the body of 15-year old Dalton Gustinis was discovered Saturday afternoon. Gustinis and two other teens were fishing Thursday night on the lake when their boat started sinking then overturned. Two of the boys who made it back to shore and were treated for mild hypothermia.

Update: Michigan State Police: Manistee fugitive in custody

A Manistee woman who was wanted on numerous arrest warrants is now in custody Michigan State Police say. Troopers from the Cadillac Post say Kristine Dawn Seymour has been arrested, he was wanted on several counts, including failing to appear on one felony count each of Embezzlement and stealing a Financial Transaction Device.

Police looking for suspect who attempted to sexually assault woman

Police in Big Rapids are looking for a man they say attempted to sexually assault a woman Friday. Police say it happened when a woman was walking on the rails and trails when a black male approached her and tried to sexually assault her. The victim was able to fight the suspect off and get away unharmed. The suspect is six foot tall with a mustache and was last seen wearing black cargo shorts with a dark colored shirt with rips along the bottom.

Police in Isabella Co. search for armed robbery suspect

Police now say five armed robberies in the Mount Pleasant area over past three days may involve the same suspect. A sandwich shop, two convenience stores and two cash advance stores were hit between Friday night and Monday. In all cases, the suspect, a white or Hispanic man, entered the business, displaying a handgun and demanding money. The suspect was described as being between 5-feet-7-inches to 5-foot-10, wearing a black hat, puffy black coat and black sunglasses. The suspect took an undisclosed amount of money from each business. No injuries have been reported.

Dive Teams continue to search for missing Merril fisherman in Lake Mitchell

Dive teams in Wexford County continue to search for a 41-year old Merril man who is believed to be drowned in Lake Mitchell Friday after rescuing his two and a half year old son who fell out of their fishing boat. Deputies say 41-year old Kennneth Bryan Coty was fishing on a pontoon boat when his two and a half year old son fell overboard. When Coty jumped into the water he was able to push his son back onto the boat. Despite a detailed search by land, water, and air authorities still haven't found the body of the 41-year old man but the Wexford Co.

Update: Isabella Co. stabbing suspect turns self in to Ottawa Co. Authorities

Isabella County Sheriff Sheriff Leo Mioduszeuski says 18-year old Orlin Jermaine Hannah turned himself in yesterday into Ottawa Co. authorities Friday. Hannah was wanted on a four count Felony arrest warrant. He is alleged to have stabbed two people at a residence in Chippewa Township after a confrontation around 3am Thursday morning.

Deputies looking for two missing children in Mason Co.

Mason County Sheriff Deputies are searching for two young children who they believe were taken by their father. 4-year old Douglas McCallum and 2-year old Shelby McCallum were reported missing yesterday when their father, Mark, didn't show up for a custody exchange. Deputies say Mark and the children could be in a dark green 1995 Dodge Pickup with license plate "DALE12," or a dark blue Chevy Malibu license plate number "ICDX85".McCallum has family ties in Grand Rapids and Arizona. If you have any information, call police immediately.

Morenci Police plan search for missing brothers

Authorities are planning a search for three young brothers in southeast Michigan who disappeared nearly a year ago. Morenci Police plan to search for Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton on November 25th along U.S. Highway 127 in Lenawee County, near the Ohio-Michigan border. Investigators say they believe that the boys' 39-year-old father, John Skelton, was driving on the highway around the same time they went missing last thanksgiving weekend. The boys were 9, 7 and 5 years old at the time of their disappearance.

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