I attempted to runaway once. Over something 'major' - like not getting a particular GNR or Bon Jovi t-shirt at Paradise Express. I walked out the door, maybe took 20 steps and my mom came after me. Truth be told, I wasn't planning on going far. That was not the case for two Midland County runaways.
The Midland Area Community Foundation has stepped up to make police jobs a little bit safer in Midland County. They have given the Midland County Sheriff's Office a grant to purchase "go bags."
Midland County sheriff's responded to a series of 911 calls last night around 8:30 p.m. in Jerome Township. Apparently, 67-year-old Rayton Dale Nies called 911 to say that his daughter had a loaded gun.
'Well gee officer, I couldn't remember to put on pants, but I did remember to put my drugs in the car.' When Juan Hernandez was pulled over he could have said something like that - but he did not. What he said is way better!