2 cars believed stolen at Wolf Lake home; police situation ongoing

Police spent several hours near Wolf Lake attempting to convince a group of teenagers to come out of a home peacefully.

WOLF LAKE, MICH. - Michigan State Police and officers with the Muskegon County Sheriff's Office were called to a home by a man who found his stolen vehicle in the driveway.

A witness says officers have been in her neighborhood, around Kensington Street and Washington Avenue, since about 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 13.

The man told WZZM his vehicle was stolen Friday, Sept. 9  from Egelston Township. A friend noticed it at the home this morning. The victim then rushed over and blocked the car so it couldn't be removed from the driveway.

The car's owner says police surrounded the home, and eventually a group of teens -- mostly boys and one girl --came out. They are all being held and interviewed by police.

The owner of the car says he believes another vehicle at the home is also a stolen vehicle. Detectives are waiting for a search warrant to enter the home and find possible evidence

Oak Ridge Lower Elementary School, located where the police situation is happening, is not under any sort of lockdown; school officials are aware of the situation, Oakridge schools Superintendent Tom Livezey said.

(© 2016 WZZM)


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