Manhunt Suspect Caught, Pedestrian Dies After Crash, Selfridge Museum Opens and More

New Baltimore-Chesterfield Township Patch recaps the news from this past week.

Miss the latest local headlines in town? Get caught up with this one-stop reading recap.

  • The search for kidnapping suspect Jonathan Elbers ended when police found him hiding in a deer blind in Chesterfield Township.
  • Elbers was arraigned on a slew of felony charges in New Baltimore.
  • A 22-year-old township man succumbed to injuries from an accident.
  • Several suspects face charges in connection with a string of car break-ins in the community.
  • Selfridge Military Air Museum is open for the season.
  • A flood watch was in effect for Metro Detroit.
  • Volunteers are scheduled to clean up along local freeways.
  • L'Anse Creuse students earn national gold medals.
  • A New Baltimore man faces charges in what's being referred to as a "sextortion" case.
  • A Macomb food program needs donations.
  • Find out who's hiring in New Baltimore and Chesterfield Township.
  • Patch remembers friends and neighbors who recently passed.
  • Take a peek inside a 1917 house in New Baltimore along the water.

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