Man wanted for threats while fleeing police

SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. (WOOD) — An arrest warrant has been issued for a man accused of making threats, possibly with a gun, and then running away from officers, South Haven Police say.

Arrest warrants have been issued for Benjamin William Ewart, 33, on charges of felony assault and resisting and obstructing police, the South Haven Police Department said in a Thursday release.

On Tuesday, Police were called about a suspect who made “aggressive threats” who may have been armed with a gun at the 16000 block of 77th Street in South Haven Township, police say.

When the police arrived, he refused to cooperate and ran to his home. A witness later told police the man was seen running toward the beach, police say.

Officers set up a bypass and attempted to track him down.

The South Haven Police Department said other warrants were issued for Ewart’s arrest, including a felony assault with a dangerous weapon, a common offender and a misdemeanor, theft.

Anyone with information on where they are should call the South Haven Police Department at 269.637.5151 or the Van Buren County Headquarters at 269.657.3101. Man wanted for threats while fleeing police

Dais Johnston

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