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Girl located with Father, accessory still at large

 

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Last night, Hailey Hunter- Rose Fargo was not returned to her foster parents after an unsupervised visit with her biological father.  At 10:45 this morning, A Hilsdale Trooper and Deputy responded to a lead on missing Hailey.  She was located with her father, Mark Alan Saporita-Fargo in Hillsdale County. Hailey is currently on her way to the hospital for a standard check up.  Mark Alan Saporita was scheduled for a jury trial today regarding an unrelated criminal sexual conduct charge from an incident in 2014. Jeffrey Alan Miller is believed to have consipred with Saporita-Fargo in his daughter's abduction, by allowing Saporita-Fargo to use Miller's Black Ford Taurus.

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Jeffrey Alan Miller

Mark Alan Saporita- Fargo is currently in custody on charges of Conspiracy to commit Unlawful Imprisonment, a felony will a maximum sentence of 15 years. Jeffrey Alan Miller is still outstanding. The Mason County Sheriff has a warrant for his arrest. Anyone with information is asked to call the Mason/Oceana County Dispatch at (231)869-5858.

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Girl abducted by father

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Hailey Hunter Rose Fargo was not returned to her foster parents last night after visitation with her biological father, Mark Alan Saporita. Hailey is ‘37 inches tall and 32lbs and was last seen wearing White, red and silver bow on the side of her head, Minnie Mouse shirt with black ruffles on the bottom, black pants and Elsa Frozen shoes. Saporita-Fargo is currently out on bond for a CSC charge and is scheduled for a jury trial today. Saporita-Fargo is a white male, 6’01”, weighs 200 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 or the Mason/Oceana County Dispatch at (231)869-5858.

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Council discusses removing James Street section from City Street System

The Ludington City Council will be meeting tonight. Items on the agenda include a review of a portion of James Street between Ludington Avenue and Court Street. This portion of James is no longer accessible to vehicular traffic. The city council will discuss decertifying and declassifying this portion of James from the City of Ludington Local Street System. The meeting will conclude with a resignation and appointment to the board of review.

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