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Scam circulating the Marquette area, requesting Bitcoins - ABC 10/CW 5
MARQUETTE — The Marquette County Sheriff’s Office and the NMU Police Department have received multiple complaints of an email scam that threatens the victim to pay the scammer with Bitcoins, or cryptocurrency. If the victim doesn’t do as told, the victim’s contacts will be sent pictures and videos o
Police warn of email scam in Marquette County
Like Local 3 News on Facebook:MARQUETTE COUNTY-- The Marquette County Sheriff's Office and the NMU Police Department have received complaints of an email scam that threatens the victim to pay the scammer with Bitcoins (cryptocurrency), or the victim's contacts will be sent pictures and videos of the
Man arrested for drinking and driving in Marquette Township
MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP, MI-- A downstate man was arrested, following a two-vehicle accident in Marquette Township Wednesday.
State of Michigan Appeals Court upholds sentence for Marquette man accused of assault by strangulation
MARQUETTE COUNTY, Mich. (WLUC) -The State of Michigan Court of Appeals upheld a sentence for a Marquette County man accused of assault by strangulation.Steven Mikel Devalle, 44, was convicted by a jury of assault by strangulation and interference with an electronic communication device causing injur
Driver under influence causes crash in Marquette Twp.
It was reported that a Pontiac Vibe was traveling westbound on US-41 W. when a second vehicle, a grey sedan, pulled out of the Cenex/Napa parking lot, into the oncoming path of teh Pontiac. The grey sedan was driven by a 20-year-old Gwinn man. During the investigation, deputies suspected the driver
Heightened patrol for drunk driving initiative in the U.P. - ABC 10/CW 5
“The main goal is to keep the roadways safe, and to have drivers if they’re going out to celebrate or have a good time, to have a plan to get home” said Deputy Sheriff from the Marquette County Sheriff’s Office, Aaron Griffin.
Marquette County Sheriff's Office to offer first of its kind Youth Officer Program
MARQUETTE COUNTY, Mich. (WLUC) -The Marquette County Sheriff's Office is giving area students the chance to get involved in the law enforcement field.The Youth Police Academy is a first-of-its-kind class for students in 7th through 12th grade.The class is designed to help children who may be interes
Downstate man arrested following 2 vehicle crash in Marquette Township
MARQUETTE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLUC) -On Wednesday, October 17th at approximately 9:28 p.m., deputies from the Marquette County Sheriff’s office were dispatches to US 41 West in Marquette Township for a two vehicle crash.
3 men set to be sentenced for prescription fraud in Marquette
19-year-old Jordan Whale, 36-year-old Jackson Trombley, and 21-year-old Joshua Moyle-Deneau each pleaded guilty to the reduced charge of controlled substance use of schedule 1 (except narcotic) 2,3,4. This was reduced from controlled substance obtaining by fraud.
The Legality of Cannabis: Business on Tap presentation by Marquette Attorney
WHAT: …welcomes Tony Ruiz, Attorney and Partner at Superior Law, PLLC for the Legality of Cannabis - A Michigan Perspective, October’s installment of Business on Tap. On Wednesday, Oct. 24, community members gather upstairs at Ore Dock Brewing Company as Ruiz, who hails from Dearborn, MI and is a gr
Kombucha taproom opens in downtown Marquette - ABC 10/CW 5
“We have several flavors of Kombucha on tap, non–alcoholic or alcoholic. If you want to come out and have some drinks with friends, but don’t necessarily want to consume alcohol or have some gluten intolerance or just don’t like beer. We have something for everybody here,” said Alex Rowland, Owner o
LOCAL 3 WEDNESDAY EVENING WEATHER FORECAST 10/17/2018
Tonight, lake effect snow showers east of Marquette early, then clearing skies. Low temperatures will be around 20 or into the 20s, around 30 or into the 30s near Lake Superior. West to northwest wind 10 to 20 MPH with higher gusts early on.
Gwinn man sentenced for being career drug dealer
MARQUETTE, MI-- The following press release is from the U.S. Attorney's Office, Western District of Michigan:Derrick “Bam” Samuels was sentenced to 20 years in prison following multiple federal drug convictions for his involvement in distributing heroin in the Gwinn, Michigan area from 2008 until
Police academy starting in November - ABC 10/CW 5
“This will be a good recruitment tool,” said Marquette County Sheriff’s Department, Sheriff Gregory S. Zyburt. “Trying to find kids and get them interested in the field. So they will get into police work or corrections. So if this goes over well I can see expanding it to adults who would be interest
Marquette Chamber hosting An Autumn Masquerade
MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) -The Marquette Chamber of Commerce is hosting An Autumn Masquerade next Wednesday, Oct. 24.
Marquette high school Student campaigns for Greg Markkanen
MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) -Marquette high school student, Justin Kasieta, has been campaigning for Greg Markkanen and is happy to be a part of the team.
UPSET sees dramatic decline in new heroin abuse cases across Baraga, Marquette counties
MARQUETTE COUNTY, Mich. (WLUC) -Heroin abuse cases have decreased dramatically across Marquette county.The Upper Peninsula's Substance Enforcement Team, UPSET, says it may be due to the arrest of a drug dealer kingpin from Gwinn. Derrick Samuels is serving twenty years in prison for distributing her
Blight discussed at meeting in Negaunee - ABC 10/CW 5
“In an addition to that we are placing new regulations in there to help keep properties cleaned up and to get rid of blight,” said Negaunee City Manager, Nate Heffron. “That would be like deteriorating buildings, broken windows and things of that nature.”
Former Pavilion building comes down
Drivers along Minnesota Avenue in Breckenridge Monday spotted a bright yellow excavator tearing down the old Pavilion building.Workers with Shingobee Construction Services will be constructing a new building on the property, which most recently housed Blossoms and Bridal, which opened in 2013.Bridal
Felch man accepts plea deal in marijuana case
Norman Blomquist on Monday pleaded guilty to maintaining a drug house, a two-year high court misdemeanor. A charge of conspiracy to commit delivery or manufacture of marijuana, a four-year felony, will be dismissed, Dickinson County Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Richards said.