Ontwa Township-Edwardsburg Police Department call log: Feb. 1-9

Here are the calls the Ontwa Township-Edwardsburg Police Department responded to Feb. 1-9:


Feb. 1

Elkhart Road and M-62, traffic citation

22000 block of US-12, home invasion

24000 block of May Street, larceny


Feb. 2

US-12 and Monroe Street, no license, no insurance

US-12 and Brady Road, traffic citation

Center and Wilkinson, traffic citation

Elkhart Road and M-62, traffic citation

27000 block of May Street, probation detainer due to threats at workplace

70000 block of Beach Drive, personal protection order violation

70000 block of Ridgewood Drive, breaking and entering

Adamsville Road and Redfield Street, traffic citation

M-62 and US-12, traffic citation


Feb. 3

Eagle Lake Estates, incorrigible, domestic assault, probation violation

69000 block of Section Street, breaking and entering

24000 block of US-2, tracks on grass

Eagle Lake Estates, malicious destruction of property less than $200, warrant arrest


Feb. 5

Barber and Section, traffic citation

68000 block of 8th Street, civil dispute

M-62 and US-12, Suspicious person/vehicle


Feb. 6

Conrad Road and US-12, abandoned vehicle

Elkhart Road and M-62, traffic citation

Eagle Lake Estates, possession with intent to deliver

US-12 and M-62, trespassing complaint


Feb. 7

US-12 and M-62, operating without a license, suspended

US-12 and Conrad, traffic citation

22000 block of Pearl Street, domestic violence


Feb. 8

Ontwa Township Hall, suspicious situation

Anderson Road, personal protection order violation


Feb. 9

May Street and Martin Road, minor PI


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