Twining man arrested for allegedly running over man with four-wheeler
TWINING — A 38-year-old Twining resident is awaiting arraignment in Arenac County’s 81st District Court after allegedly running over another man with a four-wheeler Jan. 18.
Undersheriff Don McIntyre said the alleged victim, a 25-year-old Twining man, was transported via MMR to St. Mary’s of Michigan Standish Hospital where he was treated and released on Jan. 19. McIntyre said the man’s injuries were minor.
“At the time, (the injuries) were believed to be major, but in the end, they were not,” he said.
McIntyre said the alleged driver of the four-wheeler is scheduled for arraignment on Jan. 29 and is out on bond. He faces multiple charges, McIntyre said.
“The driver of the four-wheeler was arrested and charged with assault with intent to do great bodily less than murder, operating while intoxicated and driving while license denied and revoked,” he said.
The alleged incident occurred at approximately 2 p.m. Jan. 18 in a yard located on the 300 block of Main Street in the village of Twining, according to McIntyre.
The suspect’s name will not be released until he is arraigned.