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Beaverton Metropolis Supervisor Kimberly Hines appeared to have made threatening feedback concerning the metropolis supervisor and police chief to the Gladwin police officer who arrested her and said it “would not be good for the group” if she was arrested, in response to a police report.
Hines was arrested Monday night time by Gladwin police for third-offense felony drunken driving. She was arraigned Tuesday in Gladwin County Circuit Courtroom and launched from the Gladwin County Jail on a $20,000 money/surety bond. She was suspended from her job with out pay by the Beaverton Metropolis Council.
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