Saline Police are seeking a warrant for the arrest of a 41-year-old Ypsilanti woman accused of being one of several people who assaulted a 35-year-old Ypsilanti woman outside a party held at the UAW Hall on Woodland Drive Feb. 24.
The victim told police she left the party and went to her cousin’s vehicle to find it locked. When she attempted to go back to the party, staff denied her entry. She was then jumped by seven black women and four black males, she told police. As a result of the attack she suffered two swollen eyes and bloody scratches on her face.
She told police she recognized one of her assailants because their families had been involved in a recent incident in Novi that resulted in arrests.
Police called the suspect three times but did not reach her.
Vehicle Impounded for Handicapped Parking Violation
Saline Police impounded for several violations of handicapped parking without a valid permit.
A Detroit man who works at Faurecia had been using the tag of a deceased relative to park in handicapped spots at the plant on East Michigan Avenue. Police have been asked by workers to check on permits by employees who say fellow workers are abusing the permits.
The vehicle was impounded by America One Towing.
Adrian Woman Arrested for Operating While Impaired
A 26-year-old Adrian woman who was arrested for drunk driving had a blood alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit according to a Saline Police Department report.
She was arrested Jan. 21 after police saw her jeep fishtailing while pulling of a downtown parking lot and then speeding on Michigan Avenue. A preliminary breath test showed a blood alcohol content of .243. Further tests the level at .24 and .23. The legal limit is .08.
That Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office has authorized a misdemeanor complaint for operating while intoxicated - second offense.