IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WLUC) - Three people were arrested early Wednesday morning in Iron Mountain on outstanding warrants, according to the city police department, and the Critical Incidents Response Team in Dickinson County helped make two of the arrests.
The department says officers on patrol at 12:05 a.m. Wednesday saw a man and a woman walking in the area of Carpenter Avenue and Woodward Avenue. Both people started running. A 21-year-old female was caught and then taken to the Dickinson County Correctional Center on an outstanding bench warrant out of Delta County. After searching the area for some time, a 28-year-old man was found inside of the home at 1234 South Milwaukee Avenue.
Investigators found out the 28-year-old man was wanted in Outagamie County, Wisconsin on a felny warrant. Investigators also found out a 23-year-old man inside the house was wanted for four outstanding bench warrants out of Menominee County.
The people inside the house refused to answer the door, so investigators got a search warrant from Dickinson County Prosecutor Lisa Richards.
Iron Mountain police say the Critical Incidents Response Team was activated and responded to the scene. The CIRT team is made up of members from the Iron Mountain Police Department, Kingsford Public Safety Department, Dickinson County Sheriff’s Department and the Norway Police Department.
The CIRT team went inside the home at 5:15 a.m. and took the two men into custody. Two other people inside the home were detained and then released at the scene. Michigan State Police also assisted initially at the scene.
No names will be released until the three people are arraigned in Dickinson County District Court.
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