JACKSON, MI - A woman who suffered a single gunshot wound to the head inside a Jackson apartment complex Tuesday afternoon remains in critical condition while her alleged shooter is in police custody. The 34-year-old woman was found unresponsive by police in the B building at Abbey Villas Apartments, 308 Van Buren St., Director of Police and Fire Services Elmer Hitt said in a written statement.
JACKSON, MI - Several Jackson streets near the hospital were temporarily blocked off while officers dismantled an active meth lab found in a dumpster Wednesday morning. An employee at a business in the 100 block of N. State Street near Henry Ford Allegiance Health was throwing out some garbage at about 7:30 a.m., Aug. 16, when he saw a smoking bag in the dumpster, Jackson Narcotics Enforcement Team Commander Det. Lt. Derrick White said.
The Jackson Police Department reports the following log of activities for Tuesday, Aug. 15, with officers responding to 97 calls for service, made 8 traffic stops and 4 arrests. Officer Tinklepaugh responded to the 1400 block of Phillips Street for a domestic dispute. Officers investigated a domestic related shooting in the 300 block of Van Buren Street; the investigation is ongoing. Officer Doll arrested a 19-year-old female for a PPO violation and an outstanding misdemeanor warrant.
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