ISABELLA COUNTY, Mich. – A Michigan police department says higher gas prices have forced them to re-think how to handle non-urgent calls.
The Isabella County Sheriff’s Office in Central Michigan, home of Mt. Pleasant, said in a Facebook post this week that due to higher fuel prices, they have asked deputies to manage what they can over the phone:
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