Palace Chrysler-Jeep

Oxford police log

November 23, 2011 - Monday, November 21 - The owner of a Buick was locked out on S. Washington.

Sunday, November 20 - Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of animal cruelty on Breezewood. When deputies arrived, the complainant came out and said the man who was living with her stabbed her pit bull. When deputies questioned the man, he stated he was eating a hamburger when the dog came up, attempted to grab some of the meat and "nipped" his finger. The man stated he then became afraid of the dog, went to the kitchen to grab a knife and stabbed the dog several times.

When deputies asked the man to indicate where he was bitten by the dog, the man showed a cut on his pinky finger. While looking at the cut, the deputy informed the man the cut could have also come from the knife he used to stab the dog. Deputies also noted in the report the man blew a .176 on his PBT.

The dog was taken to a animal hospital in Auburn Hills for treatment, but had to be put down because the complainant could not afford the emergency surgery. When asked if she wanted to prosecute the man for the death of her dog, she said it would be best for the individual to be placed in a group home because of a medical condition he has.

*Disabled vehicle reported on S. Washington.

*Juvenile complaint on S. Washington. A caller reported kids on skateboards and bikes setting up jumps behind a business. The caller kept taking the boards down, but the juveniles kept putting them back up.

*Juveniles reported using loud profanity behind a business on S. Washington.

*A caller on Davison St. reported a tenant being loud and disorderly.

*Possible gas leak reported at a residence on S. Coats Rd.

Saturday, November 19 - Oakland County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to Granger Rd. for a trespassing report. The land owner spotted two individuals cutting branches from some trees on his property. Both men admitted to officers they stopped and walked onto the property to cut some of the branches. The men also said they did not know they were trespassing because there was no sign. The deputy explained to the men they were in fact trespassing and committing a larceny. Both men understood their actions were criminal and apologized to the land owner. The owner did not wish to press charges and allowed the men to take the branches they cut.

*An officer was called out on report of a suspicious vehicle at S. Washington and W. Burdick streets.

*Marijuana use reported on Lakeville Rd. and Wildcat Dr.

*Report of a mother and daughter arguing over a dog on S. Washington.

*A caller on Oxford Lakes Dr. reported her children were being harassed by another child in the neighborhood. The report was unfounded.

*Possible operating under the influence of liquor reported on S. Washington and W. Burdick. The driver in question was unable to hold a lane and drive at a consistent speed.

Friday, November 18 - A man allegedly tried to steal four boxes of ammunition, two jackets and a sweater from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. The subject was detained by the loss prevention officer after walking out of the store. The suspect admitted to being on felony probation for larceny out of Lapeer County. The suspect was issued an appearance ticket for retail fraud and released.

*A subject came into the village police station with his elementary aged boys that were followed home from school.

*A juvenile reported his phone and hoodie were taken from an establishment on S. Washington.

*A woman on Oxford Lakes Dr. reported juveniles in the area because her motion light activated and she heard juveniles talking.

Thursday, November 17 - An Oxford High School student was caught with a knife on school grounds. The knife was confiscated and the student was handled in house with a suspension.

*A resident on Teelin reported an altercation on a school bus between her child and another child.

*Suspicious person reported on Pontiac St. An individual was spotted trying to climb fences to get into a backyard. It was determined the individual lived on Crawford St.

Wednesday, November 16 - An unknown individual allegedly siphoned approximately $100 worth of diesel fuel from garbage trucks at a business on Metamora. Rd.

*A 16-year-old resident ran away from Crossroads for Youth.

*Suspicious person reported on Mechanic. A white Ford pickup was occupied by an older white male with glasses and a beard. He was talking on a cell phone. When a custodian asked if he was there for school business, he said no and moved his vehicle to a different location on the property. The vehicle was gone when officers arrived.

*A caller on Dayton said she heard a loud noise coming from the east side of a vacant building. When officers checked the area, they came across a cat and an individual taking out some trash.

*Attempted larceny from automobile reported on Park St. The owner was able to scare off the suspect, who took off running between garages towards Mechanic St.

Tuesday, November 15 - A caller on Brentwood heard two males arguing in the street.

Email Link
Clarkston Cleaning
SPI Subscriptions
The Oxford Leader
Site Search