Rogers City Man Arrested for Stealing Employers Pickup Truck

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisA 20–year–old Rogers City man found himself in a lot of trouble over the weekend. When he thought he was calling in as a victim, and ended up being a suspect.According to Michigan State Police Gaylord Post, troopers were dispatched early Sunday morning, to a residence in Bagley Township, in Otsego County for an assault complaint. 20–year–old Jasen Boughner claimed that he was assaulted and strangled by his friend, it was during that time, troopers learned that Boughner called in to complain, but was also the same man who stole a pickup truck owned by his employer in Rogers City.Now a suspect, Boughner revealed that he stole the truck and drove it from Rogers City to Gaylord to pick up his friend, the suspect claimed that the assault happened after he and his friend crashed the pickup truck behind a bowling alley in Bagley Township.The 20–year–old was arrested and is currently lodged at the Otsego County Jail. If convicted Boughner faces a felony charge for stolen property-get and conceal-motor vehicle.The Roger’s City man was arraigned in the 87th District Court in Otsego County. No further details have been released at this time. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Jasen Boughner, msp, Stolen PropertyContinue ReadingPrevious South Bay Alpena and Kiwanis Club Join Forces for 2-Day Clean UpNext Diocese of Gaylord Release Statement on Rev. Obwaka ‘Not Guilty’ Triallast_img read more

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Cuban fined for overstaying in Guyana

first_imgA 43-year-old Cuban, who claimed that he came to Guyana in search of a job, was on Friday fined by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts for overstaying in the country.Eulices Marquez Echevarria, a cook, admitted to the charge which detailed that between August 14 and 15, 2019, he failed to comply with conditions submitted with a permit that has been granted, that is to stay from June 14, 2019, to July 13, 2019, in Guyana.In an explanation to the court via an interpreter, Echevarria told the court “I didn’t know…I came here to work and see the country”.However, facts presented by Police Prosecutor Gordan Mansfield stated that on June 14, 2019, Echevarria came to Guyana via the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and was granted a one month stay in the country.The prosecutor further added that on August 14, 2019, Echevarria was going to Brazil when he was stopped by Police at Mabura. The ranks asked the defendant to provide his travel documents, during which it was discovered that he had overstayed. He was later transported to the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) headquarters where he was questioned and later charged for the offence.Chief Magistrate McLennan fined the foreign national $20,000 with an alternative of eight weeks in prison. He was also ordered to be deported.last_img read more

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