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Man arraigned on third rape charge


A former manager of a Stanton golf resort has been arraigned on a third rape charge.

Daniel Carlson

According to the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office, Daniel Carlson, 35, of Farmington Hills, was arraigned on Monday, March 11 2019, in the 77th District Court on a third rape charge. These charges, Criminal Sexual Conduct 1st Degree and Criminal Sexual Conduct 3rd Degree stem from an incident in 2016 at the Tullymore Resort in Morton Township of Mecosta County. This is the second charge with a separate victim from that incident in 2016. He was arraigned in May of 2018 on rape charges of the first victim in this incident.

Carlson was convicted of rape in 2018 and is currently serving 5 to 15 years for a rape that occurred in 2017 in the same location. He was video arraigned on the new charge from prison.

He remains in prison with an added $1 million bond. He is scheduled for a preliminary earing on the two separate multi-count rape charges in early April.

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Can you identify these people?


   

Do you know who these people are? Deputies are requesting assistance with identifying a male and a female person of interest in a larceny complaint which occurred at the Morley Depot (Marathon) in Morley, Michigan, Aetna Twp, Mecosta County on Monday, December 3, at approximately 3-3:30pm. Below are photos of the white male and female as well as the white Buick car they were driving. Anyone with any information should contact the Mecosta County Sheriff Office at 231-592-0150 and speak to Deputy John Bongard or a Detective.

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Do you know these people?


Mecosta County Sheriff Deputies are looking for help in identifying the male and female in these photos in connection with an ongoing investigation. No other info was available to the Post at  press time. Please contact Mecosta County Sheriffs Office with any information by calling 231 592-0150 or emailing jlosinski@co.mecosta.mi.us.

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Cedar Springs man involved in plane crash


 

Aaron Sedine, of Cedar Springs, was piloting a fixed wing single engine Cessna Sunday morning, May 7, when it was involved in a plane crash.

According to the Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office, Sedine was taxiing on the runway when the plane caught an upwind causing him to lose control of the aircraft. The plane then landed in a field just off the runway.

Mecosta County EMS and Big Rapids Township Fire assisted at the scene.

Sedine suffered minor injuries and was checked out by EMS on scene with no further treatment.

The FAA was contacted and they will be doing further investigation. Sedine has a valid pilot license. Weather was a contributing factor of the crash.

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