Motorists may have noticed an additional police presence recently along the M-104 corridor, from Fruitport Road to M-231.
CROCKERY TWP. — Neighbors said there was a large police presence on 144th Avenue, just south of Leonard Road in Crockery Township, shortly after the residents heard two loud “booms” early Thursday afternoon.
Firefighters from four departments responded to a fire shortly before 8 a.m. Monday at the end of a cul de sac on Stoneway Drive off M-104 in Crockery Township. The house was destroyed by the fire. The residents got out OK. Their pets were still
The garage of the home at 16663 Stoneway Drive was already engulfed in fire when Ottawa County Sheriff’s Deputy Scott Ippel arrived on the scene shortly after the 7:40 a.m. call for help.
NUNICA — A 62-year-old Nunica man suffered minor injuries when his car struck a box truck that was spinning after it hit a plow truck.
CROCKERY TWP. — An elderly Nunica couple suffered serious injuries in a two-car crash late Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of M-231 and Cleveland Street (M-104) in Crockery Township.
Three people were injured in a two-car crash late Monday afternoon at the intersection of 144th Avenue and Hickory Street in Crockery Township.
Multiple crashes keep deputies busy around the county
Story updated with driver’s name, details of crash
John Kriger Jr. has been acting fire chief since the township parted ways with Gary Dreyer in September 2017. Dreyer had been Crockery Township’s fire chief since 2004.
NUNICA — A 64-year-old man was rescued after his car plunged into the Grand River late last week, only to be charged with drunken driving.
UPDATED: Tuesday, May 1, 2018, at 5 p.m.
CROCKERY TWP. — The driver of a car that went off the road and through a fence at a Crockery Township nursery business Thursday morning escaped the crash without injury.
A Fruitport man was in serious condition after he being struck by a car Saturday night on Apple Drive in Crockery Township.
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance in locating 59-year-old Sheila Bonge of Crockery Township.