Sheriff report includes resisting and deer

The Mason County Sheriff's office activity report includes a one vehicle crash with no injury on Decker east of Jabavy yesterday morning. The 73-year-old Ludington man was flown by Aeromed to Grand Rapids hospital after suffering a medical emergency and crashing his vehicle into several mailboxes.

A 45-year-old Custer man was taken into protective custody yesterday morning after officers received a 911 call regarding a man walking in the village of Custer with a gun. Deputies discovered the call was unfounded and had been reported by the 45-year-old. Upon deputy's arrival, the 45-year-old pointed a broadhead arrow out of the second-story window. He was secured and transported to Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital for further treatment.

A 62-year-old Scottville man was also arrested for resisting and opposing after the Scottville EZ mart called police reporting a man covered in blood. Upon arrival deputies followed the blood trail to the next-door trailer. After knocking on the door, a 62-year-old man reportedly rushed at deputies while screaming at them. Deputies made contact with a total of four people, all of whom were intoxicated, and learned the blood had come from a deer that had been struck and killed by a car in front of the home. The four had been cooking venison from the discarded carcass.

There was also a one vehicle crash with no injuries on US 10 and Brye and six car deer crashes.

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