Halloween crash aftermath

Arraignment for a man ticketed in connection with a Halloween crash has been pushed off to mid-July because the man is still undergoing rehabilitation for his injuries.
Becky Vargo
May 19, 2014

Alonzo Frankie Martinez, 36, of Holland, was ticketed for driving with a suspended license in connection with the Oct. 31, 2013, crash in Grand Haven Township. No other charges have evolved from the incident.

Toxicology tests came back negative for alcohol use, according to Sgt. Steve Austin of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department.

A request through the Freedom of Information Act for a copy of the police report was denied because the investigation is still considered open. Austin said once Martinez is sentenced, the case would be closed.

Police said the crash occurred at about 10 p.m. off the east end of Ferris Street near Ravine View Road. The crash was discovered at about 8 the next morning by a resident returning home from work.

See the full story in Monday's print or electronic edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.



This is very sad. Well, justice will be served and he is going to face the consequences of what he did.

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