- Associated Press - Tuesday, July 28, 2015

July 28—UPPER THUMB — It was a busy time for local law enforcement agencies after several incidents that took place over the course of the weekend.

—An Ubly homeowner got an unwanted surprise Sunday morning when he found a highly intoxicated pantless man hanging out in his garage. Huron County Sheriff’s Office deputies said the 21-year-old Bad Axe man had previously attended a party in the area before somehow making his way to the Ubly Road home and holing up in the garage in just his shirt, underwear and socks. After a brief struggle with deputies, he was arrested and taken to jail for illegal entry and resisting arrest.

—A serious case of road rage was the cause of a situation that began late Saturday and continued into the early morning hours Sunday in Worth Township. Sanilac County dispatch received multiple calls, where a 43-year-old Lexington man was wreaking havoc by intentionally chasing down and crashing into two different vehicles several times in the Babcock Road and Burns Line Road areas. The man was eventually tracked to his home, where a standoff occurred until around 6:30 a.m. Sunday, where he was finally arrested without incident. Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the incident.

—A 55-year-old Fairhaven Township man was arrested Saturday afternoon on three counts of felonious assault after he allegedly threatened several individuals with a handgun at his residence on Unionville Road. The man’s wife, whom he is reportedly separated from, had come by with some friends to pick up some belongings and when the man returned home he became agitated, which led to the threats with a handgun.

—The Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office asked for help in the search for a 69-year-old Lynn Ricket, who was last seen walking in the area of Arnold Road and Severance Road at noon Sunday. Lynn, who is partially blind, turned up on Monday.

—A 59-year-old Bad Axe man was injured when his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck in Sand Beach Township on Friday night. Huron County Sheriff’s Deputies were called to the scene just after 7 p.m. after a pickup driven by 79-year-old Lyman Booms, of Ruth, pulled out into the path of a motorcycle driven by Tim Majeski on Sand Beach Road. Majeski was taken to Harbor Beach Hospital before being transferred by Flight Care to St. Mary’s Hospital in Saginaw. Booms was not injured.

—At around 7:52 p.m. Friday in Minden Township, a 54-year-old Minden City man was seriously injured when the motorcycle he was riding struck a deer on Bay City-Forestville Road near Parisville Road. Sanilac County deputies reported Donald Glaza was traveling east bound on Bay City-Forestville Road when a deer ran out in front of him and he hit it, causing him to lose control of the motorcycle and tip over onto its side. The motorcycle slid for about 180 feet until it came to rest on the shoulder of the road, with Glaza losing consciousness during the crash and sustaining serious injuries. He was flown to Covenant Hospital in Saginaw by Lifenet.

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