State police identify driver in critical injury hit-and-run, thank public for tips

MONTCALM COUNTY, MI – State police have located the driver suspected of seriously injuring a man in a collision Monday.

Michigan State Police officers say the driver is cooperating with law enforcement. Troopers also identified the vehicle used in the hit-and-run and thanked the public for submitting tips.

The hit-and-run was reported at around 11:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19, near the intersection of Fenwick and Brown roads in Fairplain Township, about eight miles northeast of Belding.

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Around that time, troopers say, a 44-year-old Sheridan man was riding a moped east on Fenwick when a maroon sedan, also traveling east, hit him.

The driver fled and the Sheridan man was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. According to officers, he suffered serious injuries.

The hit-and-run is still under investigation. The investigation will be forwarded to the Public Prosecutor upon completion, police said.

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