Michigan Teen Faces Charges After Being Found Unresponsive in Truck with Tree Embedded

Michigan teen suspected of drunk driving
An 18-year-old from Springport, Michigan, is facing charges of operating while intoxicated following an unusual early morning incident, according to the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies responded to a call around April 29 at the intersection of Williamston Road and I-96 in Wheatfield Township. A report was received about a single-vehicle crash involving a pickup truck with a tree embedded in its side, parked at a local gas station.

Upon arrival, officers found the truck with significant damage and a tree stuck near its bumper. The driver, an 18-year-old male, was discovered inside the vehicle, unresponsive. After managing to wake the teenager, deputies assessed the situation and concluded that the vehicle had collided with a tree near the exit ramp sometime after midnight.

It appears that specific DUI statistics for Springport, Michigan, are not readily available from the search results. For localized statistics like these, especially for a small area such as Springport, data might not be publicly detailed at the village or township level, but instead included in broader regional or state-level reports.

For detailed DUI statistics, you might need to look into state-wide reports or request specific data from local law enforcement agencies in Ingham County or Jackson County, which encompasses Springport. Alternatively, contacting local government or police departments directly could provide the most accurate and recent statistics related to DUI incidents in that area.

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