Flatout Bread Employee Arrested for Assaulting Co-Worker

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 04/20/2016 - 15:50

Detroit Man Arrested for Assaulting Co-Worker at Flatout Bread

A 24-year-old Detroit man employed as a temp at Flatout Bread was arrested for allegedly assaulting a co-worker April 4. Multiple witnesses said the man approached a co-worker from behind and hit him in the head. When the co-worker turned around, the Detroit man punched him in the face, according to witness reports.

The victim suffered cuts but did not require attention from paramedics.

The employee became irate again when asked to leave. Saline Police were called and arrived to find several employees dragging the man out of the plant. Several employees told police that the suspect produced a pocket knife during the altercation.

He was arrested and resisted police during booking at the Saline Police Department. He was transported to the county jail. The prosecutor’s office has authorized an assault and battery complaint.

Drunk Driver Busted for a 4th Time

A 50-year-old Ann Arbor man was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving April 16. A Saline police officer spotted a 2004 BMW with its headlights off around 1 a.m. on Michigan Avenue near Ann Arbor Street. Police followed the vehicle and noted the driver had difficulty staying in his lane. The officer activated the emergency lights but the driver did not immediately stop. When the driver did stop the officer conducted field sobriety tests. The driver told police he had 4-5 five beers and two shots much earlier in the evening. A breath test showed a blood alcohol content of .25 – more than three times the legal limit.

Police also learned the driver’s license was suspended and that he had three prior convictions for operating while impaired.

He was arrested and his vehicle was impounded.

Bike Stolen

A black BMX worth about $300 was stolen from the 300 block of Oakbrook Court April 16-17. The bike was parked against the garage.

Student Faces Charge for Disturbance

Saline Police were called after an angry 17-year-old female student dumped water in the purse of a substitute teacher April 1.

The teacher told police the student became frustrated with her work and refused to work on it. She wadded her school papers and threw them on the floor. The teacher asked the student to take a break, which caused the student to begin yelling and swearing at the teacher.

The student took her papers back from the teacher and then grabbed a water bottle and apparently looked as if she was going to throw it at the teacher. The teacher asked her not to. The student then opened the bottle and dumped the water into the teacher’s purse as she swore at the teacher and other students.

She faces a charge for disturbing school.

 

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