November 30, 2011 - Monday, November 28 - A man reported his trail/tree camera was stolen from the bottom of his tree stand located on property near Vackard Ct. and N. Baldwin. The man said he had permission from the land owner to hunt on the property.
*A store manager at an establishment on N. Lapeer Rd. got into a confrontation with an individual in the shoe department and requested the Oakland County Sheriffs be called.
*Three beers were stolen from a store on W. Burdick St.
*Loud music was reported on Oxford Lakes Dr.
Sunday, November 27 - A man reported parking his friend's vehicle on Predmore Rd. near Lake George Rd. to go hunting. Upon returning, he found two bullet holes in the windows of the vehicle. One hole was through the left front center door window and the other was through the right drivers side window.
*Operating under the influence of liquor reported on W. Burdick and Hudson.
*Noise complaint on Crawford St. A caller reported hearing loud yelling and noise coming from an apartment below her. When officers arrived, they could not hear any loud noises coming from the floor below, but discovered subjects playing loud music on the floor the woman called from. The subjects were advised.
*POH reported a driver had driven away from the building, against doctors orders, under the influence of narcotics. The driver was reported to have headed south along M-24.
*A caller on Baldwin reported being involved in an accident with a deer and struck a mailbox.
Saturday, November 26 - Report of larceny at an address on Lakes Edge Dr. A necklace and other pieces of jewelry was stolen.
*A woman on E. Manor claimed her daughter and her boyfriend were harassing and attempting to steal from her.
*Officers arrested two subjects at Burdick. St. and Mill St. for possession of drugs (marijuana) and paraphernalia. They were turned over to their father when he arrived to pick them up.
Friday, November 25 - An unknown individual smashed a pumpkin into a 2005 Subaru parked on Bellwood Ct. in Oxford Twp., causing damage to the left rear passenger door.
*A missing person was reported on Manitou Lane. A man reported his brother had been missing since Thursday, Nov. 24. The man reported going to his brothers apartment and finding his front door open and shoes still inside. The missing individual was last seen walking to his apartment from a meeting at a local church down the street..
*A caller on Scarlet Oak reported his daughters keys were stolen from a shopping cart while she was at a store in Rochester. The man called back a short time later and said they found the keys.
*A motorcycle was parked on the sidewalk in the SW Lot.
*Some teenagers were being loud while playing basketball in the driveway on Bay Pointe Dr. An officer was able to make contact and advised the residents.
Thursday, November 24 - Officer reports a vehicle was driving around in circles in the Village on Pontiac St. and Crawford St.
*A woman walked into the village police station to report a unwanted individual at her residence. Approximately 10 minutes later she changed her mind.
*Possible operating under the influence of liquor reported heading north from Indianwood. The vehicle was unable to hold its lane and was speeding. The individual thought the driver might have been on a cell phone. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.
Wednesday, November 23 - A woman on Chinkapin Rill in Oxford Twp. reported a malicious destruction of property to her vehicle. The woman went to visit her former mother-in-law and while there her ex-husband came home and began arguing with her. He left after the argument. The woman left the residence and discovered her car had a dent in the left front fender. The woman informed the responding officers the fender was not damaged when she came to the residence.
*Property damage reported Oxford Lakes Dr. and E. Drahner. The responsible driver was last seen on Stanton.
*An unknown individual stole approximately $50 in pop cans from a business on Glaspie St.
Tuesday, November 22 - An individual threw pop cans and cups out a window on Oxford Lakes Dr.
*Report of an individual putting on a roof without a permit.
*A silver Volvo was driving all over S. Washington St.
*A 20-year-old left his residence on Iron Ridge to ride his bike at approximately 3 p.m. His mother called dispatch approximately two hours later to report he had not come home yet and that it was unusual for him to be out this long. She told officers his bike had no lights on it.