Delta County bookings/busts since Thursday: All weekend arrests in Delta County – that is now hiding which people are charged with domestic violence so we have to show everyone

URGENT – U.P. Breaking News Bulletin – 3-26-18 – 3:47 p.m. ET

Delta County arrests/bookings from Thursday thru Sunday, March 26, 2018 – Delta County is now protecting domestic violence suspects by hiding the charges – They are thin skinned and did not like one of our editorials that said they were soft on DV – so we are now forced to show all arrests

By Greg Peterson
U.P. Breaking News
Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Escanaba, MI) – U.P. Breaking News is now forced to show all arrests in Delta County – since the Delta County Sheriff and Prosecutor just began hiding charges again domestic violence and other assault suspects.

They did this a day or so after we criticized them for being weak on DV suspect – who had attacked two people in his short life – and put one in a coma.

We do not know – and neither does the public – what these people were charged with – and officials in Delta County like it that way.

U.P. Breaking News believes strongly in exposing domestic violence that is rampant across northern Michigan. It is sad that 14 of the 15 U.P. counties (exception is Marquette County) hide domestic violence and other felony arrests from the public.

They like the power and control of information – and like to decide what you know. This is unacceptable in a free society – especially in an area where a women are violently attacked daily by other men and women. Sometimes the victims are men – but most are beaten by cowardly men (the prosecutors, sheriffs are men).

Domestic violence must be brought out of the shadows even if the U.P. local Boss Hoggs want to protect the offenders. Women have the right to know what men and other women are violent.

Apparently they want you to guess the charges.

 

Booked into the Delta County Detention Center (DCDC) on Sunday, March 25, 2018:

Ronald Dean Micheau

Ronald Dean Micheau

Ronald Dean Micheau, 30, Escanaba, MI
On Feb. 10, 2018, Micheau was sentenced to 120 days in jail, two years probation and nearly$1,000 in costs/fines after he pleaded guilty to attempted assaulting a police officer/resisting arrest/obstructing a police officer

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Stephen Charles Wight

Stephen Charles Wight

Stephen Charles Wight, 54, Escanaba, MI
In August 2016, Wight, then 52, was sentenced to six months probation, 30-days drivers license suspension for 30 days/restricted for 150 days; and nearly $500 in fines/costs after he pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana.

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Photo withheld by DCDC

Michael James Baker, 24, Escanaba/Gladstone

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Logan Adam Peter

Logan Adam Peter

Logan Adam Peter, 28,

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Booked into the Delta County Detention Center (DCDC) on Saturday, March 24, 2018:

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Jeffrey Lee Lockhart

Jeffrey Lee Lockhart

Jeffrey Lee Lockhart, 53, Manistique, MI

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Dennis John Reese

Dennis John Reese

Dennis John Reese, 24, Escanaba, MI

In Dec. 2016, Reese crashed his vehicle into a utility pole in Escanaba causing power outages at nearby restaurants. Reese was charged with drugged driving, possession of marijuana, and possession of a contraband in jail.
Reese was charged charged with five-year felony prisoner possessing a contraband in jail after police found drugs on him during booking.
Reese was the driver of a pickup truck that crossed the center-line at a high rate of rate of speed on 1st Avenue North near North Lincoln Road – and during the wreck collided with a parked, unoccupied vehicle and crashed into a utility pole.
Reese pleaded guilty in Feb. 2017 and was sentenced inMay 2017 to 10 days injail and three yars probation on one count of operating while intoxicated and one count of possession of analog drugs. The wreck into the utility pole knocked out power to Wendy’s, Hudson’s, and Elmer’s restaurants.
The costs of the damage involve about $45,000 in restitution.
https://upperpeninsulabreakingnews.wordpress.com/tag/dennis-john-reese/

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Booked into the Delta County Detention Center (DCDC) on Friday, March 23, 2018:

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Michael Paul Giraud

Michael Paul Giraud

Michael Paul Giraud, 24, Escanaba, MI

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Susan Ann Johnivan

Susan Ann Johnivan

Susan Ann Johnivan, 36, Gladstone, MI

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Jesse James Tahash

Jesse James Tahash

Jesse James Tahash, 24, Gladstone, MI
On Feb 28, 2018, Tahash was sentenced to four days in jail and fined after he pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly.
In July 2015, Tahash was sentenced to 53 days in jail (time served) and six months probation and community service after he pleaded guilty to attempted no account check.

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Diana Marie Snowaert

Diana Marie Snowaert

Diana Marie Snowaert, 27, Gladstone, MI
Snowaert was arrested on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018 on a charge of possession of analogues.

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E. Ethan Peterna Halverson

E. Ethan Peterna Halverson

E. Ethan Peterna Halverson, 26,

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Heather Marie Mlostek

Heather Marie Mlostek

Heather Marie Mlostek, 26,

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Kimberly Ann Warner

Kimberly Ann Warner

Kimberly Ann Warner, 42,

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Zachary Craig Micheau

Zachary Craig Micheau

Zachary Craig Micheau, 26,

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Traci Lyn Uskihith

Traci Lyn Uskihith

Traci Lyn Uskihith, 32,

Booked into the Delta County Detention Center on Thursday, March 22, 2018:

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Brian James Crawford

Brian James Crawford

Brian James Crawford, 34,

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Ronald Joseph Peterson

Ronald Joseph Peterson, 18,

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2 thoughts on “Delta County bookings/busts since Thursday: All weekend arrests in Delta County – that is now hiding which people are charged with domestic violence so we have to show everyone

  1. Are the Broadcast news outlets able to get the information that’s restricted to you? I mean, if television and/or radio stations can get this stuff, you, in my humble opinion, have a definite descrimination law suit!!!

    I enjoy reading your emails!

    On Mon, Mar 26, 2018, 3:50 PM Upper Peninsula Breaking News by Greg Peters

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    • yes it is true – and I can not afford a lawsuit – in fact I lose $300 a month doing this having to pay for public records (and that’s the feds – counties cost 100 times what feds charge). So basically I will be closing down soon because I can no longer afford it (my old and reliable suv clunker died a month ago). I need to save money to get another used SUV for about a grand. But thanks I do what I do because I hope it informs the U.P. – but have puts thousands of my own money into it and am just no longer able. My latest govt doc bill from Pacer is $800 – and now do not have access to federal records til I pay the bill. Pacer.com is govt document website for all things federal court in U.S. Willlikekly make an official shut down announcement this coming week – but have hinted at in in recent months and most of my readers are low income like me – and can not afford to help. But one day I may reopen.
      But thank you for sage advice and its folks liker you that I do this for. May our creator hold, protect and bless you and all those whom you love .

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