A Houghton County man is facing three felonies after reportedly kicking out the window of a police car. Michigan State Police from the Calumet Post responded to a domestic assault report on Sunday at a residence in Copper City.
Troopers arrested 40-year-old Michael Harri and were taking him to the Houghton County Jail. That’s when police say Harri kicked out the back window of the car and had to be restrained by troopers.
Appearing shirtless in 97th District Court this morning…Harri was charged with Malicious Destruction of Police Property…a four year felony with a possible fine of $5,000. He was also charged with Assaulting/Resisting/Obstructing a Police Officer, a two year felony and/or a $2,000 fine.
Harri was also charged with Domestic Violence—Third Offense: he was charged on two other occasions in June of this year. That makes it a felony punishable by two years in jail and/or a $2,400 fine.