Men Arrested for Cocaine Possession in Argentine Township, Tracey Sahouri Sues Hartland Schools
There was plenty of news around Fenton this week.
Here is a look at the top five most interesting stories from around Fenton this week.
1. Two Flint men were arrested possession with intent to deliver cocaine Monday in Argentine Township. The Flint Journal reported an Argentine Township police officer observed a potential drug sale in the parking lot gas station on Silver Lake Road near Seymour Road and made a traffic stop, finding a small amount of cocaine.
2. Former Hartland Schools principal Tracey Sahouri has filed a lawsuit against Hartland Schools, reported Hartland Patch.
3. A 25-year-old Holly resident was arrested during the early morning hours Monday after police say he towed a dead tree behind his Ford pickup truck, causing extensive damage to lawns, a home and other items along the roadway in White Lake, according to White Lake Patch.
4. A sign promoting a band named 'Free Beer' led to a police citation for the South Bar in Birmingham, reported Birmingham Patch. After the sign listed 29 plasma-screen TVs, the last three lines said: "LIVE MUSIC THURS FREE BEER."
"It's actually funny, but just not to us," said South co-owner Steve Puertas, whose plastic folding sign promoted the April 12 entertainment.
5. “Guerrila crocheting” or “yarn bombing” is a new form of art popping up in Royal Oak, according to Royal Oak Patch.