Man arrested for ramming cars on Upper Peninsula highway

MENOMINEE COUNTY, Mich. (WBAY) - A man has been arrested for crashing into vehicles on M-35 in the Upper Peninsula.

On June 6, at about 12:48 p.m., dispatchers received reports of a red vehicle ramming other cars on the highway.

Crash victims were located in Cedar River. The suspect vehicle was found crashed near the intersection of M-35 and CR 551 in Cedarville Township.

The driver, a 22-year-old Nebraska man, was arrested on three counts of Felonious Assault and Operating Under the Influence of Drugs.

Victims were taken to a hospital in Escanaba for treatment.

The Menominee County Sheriff's Office says the investigation shows the crashes started in Menominee Township, continued through Installston Township, and ended in Cedarville Township.

The suspect's name was not released. He was expected to appear in court Thursday.