Michigan State Police Gladstone post

STEPHENSON, MI--   Police are looking for an Iron River man who walked away from an adult care facility in Stephenson.

GLADSTONE, MI--   Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post have identified the individuals involved in a cruelty incident with a young eagle. 

SPALDING TOWNSHIP, MI--   A Powers woman has been killed in a single-vehicle crash in Spalding Township.

Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post were dispatched Tuesday shortly before 3:00 a.m. to the intersection of County Road 563 and Tower Road. They say a vehicle driven by Natalie Dombrowski, 21, of Powers was eastbound on Tower Road at a high rate of speed when it left the road and hit a mobile home.

Dombrowski was transported from the scene so she could be airlifted to the hospital, but she died of her injuries before the helicopter arrived.

BARK RIVER, MI--   An Iron Mountain man has been arrested for breaking into Bark River Harris School earlier this month.

Early on January 11 Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post received a report that someone had entered the school building. They learned the suspect found his way to one of the offices, broke a window to get in and rummaged through a desk. He found a small amount of cash, left the school and went to the Island Resort and Casino to gamble.

MENOMINEE, MI--   Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post will compete with the Marinette County Sheriff’s Department Friday to see who can fill a patrol car with the most food donations.

The Stuff a Blue Goose event also includes Jack’s Fresh Market and the Salvation Army.

ESCANABA AND IRON MOUNTAIN, MI--   Michigan State Police are urging residents to “Stuff a Blue Goose” this holiday season for neighbors in need.

The Gladstone Post is partnering with the Salvation Army, Elmer’s County Market and U-Haul Moving and Storage Center to help provide meals. On Friday, December 11 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Elmer’s will sell its traditional paper bags filled with nonperishable food. Residents can drop the bags off at the front of the store in the U-Haul trailer.

RAPID RIVER, MI--   Two people are injured, after a downstate driver was involved in several collisions in Rapid River Tuesday. 

Troopers from the Gladstone Post responded around 10:15 a.m. to the area of US-2 and US-41 on a report of a two-vehicle crash. Officers learned a southbound vehicle driven by a 72-year-old Oscoda man had left the roadway just north of the Rapid River Mini-Mart and hit a roadway marker pole. The vehicle rolled several times and came to rest on its wheels.

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SPAULDING, MI--   Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post are investigating a theft in Spaulding.

Two subjects are wanted for questioning. They were caught on surveillance on September 5 at Fazer’s Market. The subjects were in a maroon Ford Focus that had a Michigan license plate.

Anyone with information regarding the theft is asked to contact Trooper Metras at the Gladstone Post at 906-428-4412.

MASONVILLE TOWNSHIP, MI--   An ORV driver suffered significant injuries in a Delta County crash Saturday.

Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post were dispatched around 10:30 p.m. to the Dutch Mill Bridge in Masonville Township. The driver apparently took a curve too quickly and crashed into the bridge. He was ejected and landed on several rocks.

The driver wasn’t wearing a helmet and sustained a severe neck injury.

Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash, which remains under investigation.

NADEAU TOWNSHIP, MI--   A motorcycle driver has been seriously injured in a Menominee County crash.

Michigan State Police from the Gladstone Post say it happened Wednesday on US-41 near Oakwood Road in Nadeau Township. The driver lost control of a southbound motorcycle, which left the road and struck several trees.

The driver suffered severe injuries to his legs and sustained a head injury. He was not wearing a helmet.

No names are being released at this time.

The accident remains under investigation.

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