BRIDGEPORT, MI — A person is in police custody after allegedly ramming his automobile right into a Michigan State Police Crime Lab barn, breaking in, and stealing a laptop computer.
About 1:40 a.m. on Sunday, Could 15, Bridgeport Township cops responded to the MSP Forensic Laboratory at 6296 Dixie Freeway after somebody known as 911 to report a driver was repeatedly ramming a silver automobile right into a pole barn on the property.
The officers’ investigation signifies the suspect, 34-year-old Saginaw man, intentionally and repeatedly rammed his automobile into the lab’s barn, a parked enclosed trailer, and a dumpster. Each the barn and trailer had been broken.
After crashing into the barn’s overhead door, the driving force went contained in the constructing and stole a laptop computer from inside.
Police arrested the person on the scene and lodged him on the Saginaw County Jail on costs of malicious destruction of police or hearth division property, breaking and getting into, and assaulting, resisting, or obstructing police.
The person’s identify is being withheld pending arraignment in Saginaw County District Courtroom.
Police couldn’t reveal the person’s potential motive, although a psychological well being difficulty could have been an element, primarily based on the officers’ observations on the scene, they stated.
Police are persevering with to research the matter. They’re asking anybody with details about the incident to name the MSP Tri-Metropolis Submit at 989-495-5555.