CALHOUN, Mich. — After attempting to maneuver around a silver sedan in traffic, a motorcycle driver in Calhoun lost control and crashed into the median.
Early Sunday evening, Calhoun County Sheriff’s Deputies tried to make a traffic stop on two motorcycles traveling at high speeds in the area of E. Emmett Street and Maxwell in Emmett Township. Both motorcycles failed to stop and continued south onto N. Raymond Road.
An unknown silver sedan pulled onto N. Raymond Road from Jameson Avenue, unknowingly pulling in front of one of the motorcycles that was traveling at a high rate of speed.
One of the motorcycles attempted to go around the silver sedan when the driver lost control of his motorcycle and crashed at the intersection of Jameson Avenue and N. Raymond Road.
The motorcyclist is a 24-year-old male and a Battle Creek resident. He sustained non-life threatening injuries.
The Battle Creek resident was transported to Bronson Kalamazoo for treatment.
Charges will be sought on the driver for Flee & Elude, Driving While License Suspended and Expired Registration.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office at 269-781-0880, Calhoun County Consolidated Dispatch at 269-781-0911 or Silent Observer at 269-364-3888.