Multiple people arrested after crash at Cassopolis farmer's market
PENN TOWNSHIP, Mich. —
Multiple people face charges after a hit-and-run crash at a Cassopolis farmer's market.
Cass County deputies said around 1:45 p.m. Wednesday a driver from Three Rivers lost control headed west on Michigan Route 60 near Shore Acers Road, ran off the road, hit a parked car and a greenhouse at Dussel’s Farm Market.
Deputies say the 42-year-old driver and passengers took off. They were later tracked down by a MSP K-9 unit.
Deputies say drugs likely played a part in the crash.