A Wayne County man has been charged, after allegedly falsely telling police he was the victim of a robbery.
45-year-old Michael Mack faces 3rd-degree falsely reporting an incident.
Deputies say Mack called 911, telling operators his wallet and vehicle were stolen at gunpoint, but they were able to determine Mack’s story was false, when they discovered his vehicle had crashed into a tree.
Mack was issued an appearance ticket.
| The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reports the arrest of Michael N. Mack, age 45, of 5651 Brick Schoolhouse Road, Huron, for falsely reporting an incident following the investigation into a robbery complaint.
Mack called the 911 emergency line to report that he was robbed at gun point in the Town of Sodus. Mack reported that two males approcahed him, pointed a gun at him and took his wallet and vehicle. After speaking with Mack, Police were able to determine that his story was false and he confessed saying he crashed his vehicle sometime during the night. Police did locate the vehicle which had crashed into a tree.
Mack was charged with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. He was released with an appearance ticket and is to appear before the Town of Huron Court at a later date.