Fenton Police arrested a 25-year-old Goodrich man on disorderly intoxication charges after a 2 a.m. fight in the parking lot of Buffalo Wild Wings on Saturday, said Chief of Police Rick Aro.
Two Fenton police cars were dispatched to the restaurant, in the 3000 block of Silver Lake Road, for a report of several people fighting in the park lot.
The Goodrich resident appeared to be the instigator of the fight, and officers put him in a patrol car, Aro said. The man told police he had several drinks throughout the night, and he was upset with his family members. Officers told him he could go to the police department and have a responsible party pick him up, Aro said.
The man refused to go to the police station or cooperate with officers, and he began using obscene language, the police report said. He was placed under arrest for disorderly intoxication and brought to the station where he was lodged overnight, police said.
His blood alcohol level was in excess of twice the legal limit, Aro said. Police held the man in the lockup until that morning, when he was released with a ticket to appear in court.
Woman arrested on disorderly intoxication charges
Fenton Police arrested a 22-year-old Flint woman on disorderly intoxication charges after police say she threatened officers
Police were dispatched at 1 a.m. Saturday to the parking lot of Mo Doggies Bar and Grill for a reported larceny from a vehicle, Aro said.
Officers were at the business, in the 700 block of Torrey Road, when a woman contacted them and said her friend passed out in the grassy area near the building, the police report said.
Officers assisted the woman in waking her friend to see if she needed medical attention, Aro said. The woman who had passed out became vulgar and threatened the officers, who made several attempts to calm her down. The police report said she refused to go with her friends or let her friends give her a ride to a residence.
The woman continued using vulgar language and was arrested for disorderly intoxication, police said. She was brought to the police station and lodged overnight. Her breath test registered an alcohol level well in excess of the legal limit, Aro said.
Copper pipe stolen from utility truck
Copper pipe was stolen from a utility truck at Pennington gas company in Tyrone Township between Sept. 21 and Sept. 24, according to a police report.
An employee reported the copper missing on Sept. 24, the report said. The manager told police she noticed the fence on the north side of the building cut on Sept. 26, and believed it was how the copper was stolen.
The 150-foot copper pipe's replacement value is $170.
- Nicole Krawcke contributed to this report.