Most-Viewed in January: Boys Find Mastodon Bone in Shelby, Man Allegedly Holds Spouse Hostage
Our numbers show these articles were must-reads for Shelby-Utica Patch readers during the month of January.
Here is a recap of the five posts that generated the most interest on Shelby-Utica Patch in January. Did you catch all five?
Two 11-year-old boys will go down in Macomb County's artifact history after discovering an American Mastodon bone near 24 Mile and Dequindre roads in Shelby Township.
A 20-year-old Shelby Township woman was among several hundred contestants to put her looks and attitude to the test in an open casting call in Ferndale for America's Next Top Model's 20th cycle.
Unable to escape from her husband, a 24-year-old Utica woman text messaged her friend to dispatch police to her home at the 45000 block of Kensington around 4:40 a.m. Jan. 3. The man was arrested on suspicion of carrying a concealed weapon, domestic assault and possession of marijuana, according to Utica police.
Shelby Township police arrested a 23-year-old Warren man who lead them on a high-speed chase Jan. 25 in a stolen vehicle. The driver was arrested on charges for possession of a stolen motor vehicle, fleeing and eluding, damage to police property, and driving without a license, according to police.
Shelby-Utica Patch bid farewell to its original editor, Marina Cracchiolo, last month as she left to pursue a graduate degree in journalism from Northwestern University. Shelby-Utica Patch is now manned by editors Jenny Whalen, Christy Arboscello, Edward Cardenas and John Hetzler. Feel free to contact any of us in regard to Shelby-Utica news.