MSP needs help with Isabella County road rage crash

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ISABELLA COUNTY, Mich. — The Michigan State Police are asking the public for assistance with identifying a suspect and vehicle involved in a road rage incident.

Troopers said the incident occurred on West Herrick Road near North Vandecar Road in Isabella County’s Gilmore Township at 3:40 p.m. March 27. At that time the suspect and vehicle came up behind the victim’s vehicle, which was stopped at a stop sign. The suspect then revved up the vehicle’s engine and struck the victim’s vehicle from behind, backed up and then drove around the victim’s vehicle and proceeded to leave the area.

Damage was minor to the victim’s vehicle and unknown to the suspect’s vehicle.

The suspect is described as a white male in his late teens or early 20s with sandy brown hair.

The suspect’s vehicle is described as a white early 2000 Chevrolet/GMC S-10/Sonoma type truck with the rear window covered by a blue tarp.

Anyone with any information about the driver’s identity and/or the location of the suspect’s vehicle is being asked to contact the Michigan State Police Mount Pleasant Post at (989) 773-5951.

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1 Comment

  • Andrew

    Maybe it is just me, but if police in Isabella County need help with a case maybe they should put it on the local news rather than have it appear in the news in a completely different part of the state. It isn’t like people in Mt. Pleasant come to FOx17’s website looking for their local news. Heck people in SW Michigan hardly do that anymore, because there is hardly ever any local news here. Just clickbait and People Magazine filler.

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