October 6, 2016 RSS feed / Courts

Minore bound over during exam

Still no bank robbery charges

A 69-year-old Benzonia man suspected of robbing the Empire Huntington Bank at gunpoint was in 86th District Court on Tuesday for a preliminary examination on a charge of unlawful driving away of a motor vehicle.  William F. More...

Charges against Noverr reduced to one misdemeanor

District Court more appropriate

Controversial Elmwood Township “wedding barn” owner Frank Noverr was back in 86th District Court this week and learned that a felony charge against him will be reduced to a misdemeanor.   More...

Dispatch Blotter

THURSDAY, SEPT. 29  5:52 a.m. — Solon Township — Caller saw a horse at intersection running in the road.  11:22 a.m. More...

Magistrate Court

Thomas R. Eurich, 70, 5000 Vantage Pt. #1, Glen Arbor — Speeding 50 mph in 40 zone; reduced from 60 mph; $120 fines and costs.  Mary A. Civior, 71, 12630 E. Arbor Vista Blvd., Tuscan, Ariz. More...

New drug court funded by grant

Addressing heroin epidemic

The 86th District Court has been given a $50,000 grant from the State Court Administrator’s Office to establish a new drug court. More...

86th District Court

James M. Oren, 24, 10820 S. Orchard Way, Traverse City — Pleaded guilty to drunken driving, failure to report accident; bond continued; presentence investigation, alcohol/drug assessment ordered; sentencing set for Oct. 18.  More...

Accidents hospitalize five people

Three accidents that sent five people to the hospital were policed by the Leelanau County Sheriff’s Office over the past week, according to the following reports provided to the Enterprise:  * * *  Three people were sent to the hospi More...