A KDPS officer who spoke with Ballinger the day of the death says that even though her daughter was calling for help, and at some point began gasping, no effort was made to help the child. The couple allegedly admitted to detectives that they had been smoking meth the night of Desaray’s death.
The center lane of Capital Ave. SW just south of Goguac St. in Battle Creek will be blocked off Wednesday, due to work that needs to be done.
The City says that drilling equipment is being brought in, so that soil samples can be taken; the samples are needed to check for the possibility of contamination from an underground storage tank leak.
Calhoun County Treasurer Brian Wensauer called it “a joy” to host Shingo Tamura of Takasaki, an employee of the Japanese Government, as he travelled to learn more about how the tax system works in the United States.
The City says that from Monday until Wednesday, two engineering firms will be checking the structural integrity of the building, and depending on what the firms find, extra work might be needed down the road.
At the Battle Creek City Commission’s meeting Tuesday, September 19, an ordinance will be introduced to bring the city’s policy on alcohol possession in line with state law. The Michigan Legislature passed laws last year decriminalizing minor in possession, and they are set to take effect on October 10.
Next week, City of Battle Creek residents will be able to put out construction waste for pickup by Waste Management. The City says that their Annual Fall Cleanup runs from Monday to Friday, and will allow residents to put out up to 10 cubic yards of the waste on their normal trash pickup day for free.
Go Electric Inc. of Indiana was awarded Wednesday with a half-million dollar grant from the US Department of Defense to implement a microgrid at Fort Custer, with the company delivering a 400 kW battery for energy storage.
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says that two men entered the store in the 800 block of W. Michigan Wednesday and pulled out guns to begin threatening the clerk. Reportedly, they assaulted the clerk and threatened to kill him if he did not provide all the cash in the store.
The indictment was issued August 31 in Chicago Federal Court, and accuses 23-year-old Cornelius Battle and 27-year-old Dalrick Drain of Kalamazoo of purchasing guns at Kalamazoo stores, and selling them to 21-year-old Nathaniel McElroy of Chicago at a premium.
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