Crime Beat: Wild Turkeys


Turkeys attack truckers

Some aggressive wild turkeys are causing trouble at a Jackson business. The turkeys have attacked truck drivers and mechanics at Tri-County International Trucks.

Employee Dave Dodes said the turkeys are "not afraid of traffic, and now they chase people around." He said they’ve been spotted around the business for a long time but recently turned aggressive.

Dodes said a driver who dropped off his truck for service Friday morning was kept inside his vehicle by three turkeys. A worker went outside to create a diversion, and both men were chased inside the building.



Man gets 90 days in sex with vacuum case

A man who police said was arrested for performing a se act with a car wash vacuum has been sentenced to 90 days in the Saginaw County Jail.

Jason L. Savage also must submit to drug testing.

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1 Response to Crime Beat: Wild Turkeys

  1. Stella says:

    I was once set upon by frozen turkeys and that was traumatizing enough.I can hardly imagine fending off LIVE turkeys.Nigel-without-a-vacuum-Patel

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