The Michigan State Police arrested an Osseo man on charges relating to possession of methamphetamine, assault, and home invasion on March 31, according to the Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Office.
State troopers booked 39-year-old Charles Renard Pettiford into the Hillsdale County Jail just after 1:30 a.m., according to JailTracker.
“The Michigan State Police arrested him,” Deputy Thomas Gibbons said. “He was arrested on warrants.”
Pettiford faces charges over alleged 2021 offenses such as domestic violence, forced entry of a residence, possession of methamphetamines, and aggravated assault with a weapon, Gibbons said. He also faces a charge from January 2022 for unauthorized use of a vehicle.
“There are charges from the county, there are charges from the city, and three of them are from the Michigan State Police,” Gibbons said.
Pettiford’s total bail for the charges was set at $102,500. He didn’t post bond, according to the sheriff’s office.
Pettiford faced a probable cause conference Wednesday, April 13 at 10:30 a.m., according to the district court website. Hillsdale County Prosecutor Neal Brady is assigned to Pettiford’s case, and attorney Keith Stickley is defending him.