URGENT URGENT – U.P. Breaking News Bulletin – 3-21-18 – 8:35 a.m. ET –
Marquette County man busted in Tuesday brutal assault, a man who held up a Christmas, MI store back in 2004 is now back in jail – and so is a man who got a break for running a meth lab – and many more arrests in the Escanaba/Marquette area
Kudos to Marquette County for being the last County in the U.P. to reveal domestic violence suspects – all the other sheriffs have decided not to tell you – some even sympathize with males suspects
Delta County stopped revealing charges – so we are showing everyone arrested rather than having editorial discretion because we do not want to hide DV suspects – Delta County changed their mobile patrol feed because they are mad we criticized a sweet plea deal for a man charged in brutal attacks
By Greg Peterson
U.P. Breaking News
Owner, News Director
(Marquette/Escanaba) – Violent assault arrest in Marquette County – while Delta County decides to start hiding domestic violence suspects (and giving sweet plea bargains to DV men) – and this leaves only Marquette County following the law – plus other arrests like a man convicted of a stickup in Alger County 13 years ago – is now back in jail.
21-year-old Desmen Rushod Black of Marquette, MI was booked into the Marquette County Jail (MCJ) at 1:41 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
Black is charged with assault by strangulation, aggravated assault/domestic violence, and a district court probation violation
Bond has not been set for Black.
Police have not released the details of the alleged brutal attack.
35-year-old Eric Scott Miller of Negaunee, MI was booked into the MCJ at 7:47 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
Miller is jailed on a Marquette County Circuit Court probation violation.
In May 2016, Miller, then 33, was sentenced to drug court and two years probation by Circuit Court Judge Jennifer Mazzuchi.
Miller pleaded guilty to operating/maintaining a meth lab.
32-year-old John David Zardus of Ishpeming, MI was booked into the MCJ at 3:47 p.m. ET on Tuesday afternoon, March 20, 2018.
Zardus is being held on an inmate detainer/parole violation.
Zardus was one of three men who heldup the convenience store/gas station at the Pair-A-Dice Inn in Christmas, MI on March 29, 2004.
During the armed robbery, Zardus took $345 after threatening to shoot a store clerk with a BB handgun.
Zardus and his co-defedants bought the BB gun at the Marquette Wal-Mart.
Zardus also picked up a weapons charge in 2009 while a state prisoner. Zardus was paroled to Marquette County after his release from state prison on March 7, 2017.
He was on parole/probation until March 2019.
Zardus has been using the alias Sigurd “Sig” Carlson on facebook.
Offense: Prisons Charge – Prisoner Possessing Weapons
Sentence: 2 to 5 years
Date of Offense: 3/05/2009
Date of Sentence: 3/23/2010
Conviction Type: Plea
Sentence: 6 to 15 years
Date of Offense: 3/29/2004
Date of Sentence: 7/19/2004
Conviction Type: Plea
28-year-old Jacob Bryant Lutey of Negaunee, MI was booked into the MCJ at 3:07 pm on Tuesday second offense driving with a suspended license. Lutey was fined in August 2017 in Petosky, Michigan area on first offense of having no valid license.
35-year-old Charles Raymond Elvetici of Negaunee, Mi was booked into the MCJ at 12:48 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20, 2018.
Elvetici is being held on a parole violation/inmate detainer.
In May 2013, Elvetici, then 30 years old, was sentenced to a year in jail for a helping to steal a wallet at the Wild Rover Bar in Marquette on March 5, 2013 and then two days later he admits robbing the Huron Mountain Bakery in Ishpeming.
Among his Wisconsin arrests in the past few years, Elvetici was convicted in Brown County, WI of bail jumping, and possession of marijuana and possessing drug paraphernalia.
Since Delta County has decided to hide the domestic violence charges from mobile patrol – we have no choice but to print all pictures – they want you to guess the charges. They changed the policy because U.P. Breaking News exposed how nice DV suspects are being treated and the sweet plea deals.
Booked into the Delta County Detention Center (DCDC) on Wednesday, March 21, 2018:
Christopher Robert Reid, 32, Escanaba, MI
Booking photo of Husted withheld by Delta County
Aaron John Husted, 31, of Escanaba and Green Bay
Husted has numerous felony convictions in Wisconsin including
a June 28, 2016 multi-felony attack in Brown County, WI.
In Green Bay, Husted was charged with assault and battery, 2nd-degree recklessly endangerment/crimes against persons, assault by strangulation and suffocation, aggravated assault causing substantial battery, kidnapping/false imprisonment and disorderly conduct.
Booked into DCDC on Tuesday, March 20, 2018:
Booking photo of Jerry Mitchell withheld by Delta County
Jerry Randall Mitchell, 56, Escanaba, MI
In September 2017, Mitchell, was ordered to pay over $725 in fines/costs for first offense driving on a suspended license in Delta County.
Brian Joseph Deiter, 24, Gladstone, MI
In May 2016, Deiter lost control of an ORV he was driving hit a rut and overturned on trails near the Gladstone Water Tower – seriously injuring a 45-year-old Escanaba, MI woman who was a passenger. He was not injured.
Delta County withheld Snowaert booking photo
Diana Marie Snowaert, 27, of Gladstone, MI
Snowaert was also arrested on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 on a charge of possession of analogues.
Rebecca Ann Corbett, 33, Gladstone, MI
in May 2016, Corbett, then 31, was sentenced to 78 days injail and fined for one count of use of a controlled substance.
Brian Michael Peltin, 46, Escanaba, MI