City wins case in stop arm offense
The city of Pine River went to court Jan. 31 in a jury trial regarding an individual who ran the flashing red lights of a school bus.
City attorney Ted Lundrigan told the city council Tuesday night, Feb. 12, that the city won the case. The woman who ran the lights was fined a total of $300 for the offense.
Lundrigan said in a phone interview that when it comes to school bus transgressions, the city asks for a guilty plea.