SAGINAW, MI — Accused of inflicting a drunken ATV crash that claimed the lifetime of his spouse, a Saginaw County man has newly been charged with drunken driving whereas free on bond.
Jeremy G. Kelbey, 48, on Nov. 23, 2020, had allegedly been driving a side-by-side ATV with spouse Colleen M. Kelbey and a 4-year-old neighbor youngster on board on personal property in Albee Township. Kelbey misplaced management of the ATV as he drove it by a subject, rolling it right into a ditch.
Colleen Kelbey, 48, was ejected and suffered extreme head trauma. First responders pronounced her deceased on the scene.
Just a few days later, Jeremy Kelbey was arraigned on single counts of working an off-road automobile whereas intoxicated inflicting loss of life, working an off-road automobile whereas intoxicated with a passenger 16 or youthful, and assaulting, resisting, or obstructing police.
The arraigning choose set Kelbey’s bond at $15,000 cash-surety or 10%. Kelbey bonded out of the Saginaw County Jail on Dec. 1, 2020, a situation of his bond being that he undergo day by day alcohol testing.
On Oct. 13, Saginaw County Sheriff’s deputies pulled over Kelbey as he was driving and ended up arresting him on a cost of working whereas below the affect, confirmed Undersheriff Mike Gomez. Kelbey bonded out once more earlier than he could possibly be arraigned on new prices.
Then, on Oct. 18, a Saginaw County Circuit Court docket choose revoked Kelbey’s authentic bond and issued a bench warrant for his arrest. Kelbey was arraigned on the bench warrant on Dec. 16.
Kelbey on Jan. 3 was arraigned on new prices—third offense working a motorcar whereas intoxicated, assaulting, resisting, or obstructing police, and driving whereas license suspended or revoked. The arraigning choose set a $10,000 private recognizance bond, circumstances of which he put on an alcohol-detecting digital tether and undergo day by day reporting.
Kelbey will not be within the Saginaw County Jail as of Jan. 5.
Kelbey’s subsequent court docket date on the costs associated to his spouse’s loss of life is pending, although he’s to look for a listening to on his new prices on Jan. 18.