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December 14, 2011 - Sunday, December 11 - Oakland County Sheriffs in Addison Twp. responded to the scene of a rollover crash in the area of Townsend and Mack Rd. The vehicle was said to be occupied by four people, with two people bleeding. The Addison Twp. Fire Department reported the driver fled on foot. When the K-9 unit was called in, they located the three passengers, who admitted there was not a fourth person. The vehicle's driver was transported back to the Addison Twp. substation, where it was determined he was in the country illegally. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was contacted and a detainer was placed on the driver, who was then taken to Oakland County Jail.

*A caller saw an elderly man walking down Pathfinder Rd. not dressed for the weather. The caller was transferred to the Oakland County Sheriff's Dept. for a welfare check.

*Village police assisted the Oakland County Sheriff's Dept. with a traffic stop at S. Washington and Ensley. The vehicle was occupied by known drug users.

Saturday, December 10 - A minor was caught in possession of alcohol in the SE Lot. The minor was transferred to his house on Spezia

Friday, December 9 - The butt of a marijuana cigarette was found in the coat pocket of a resident at Crossroads for Youth. The resident said that it was his friend's and he did not smoke it. The resident was issued a citation for possession of marijuana.

*Approximately $100 worth of cash was stolen from an unlocked car in the high school parking lot.

*Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to three complaints of loud music on Breezewood. The owner of the residence was given a citation for disorderly person.

*Property damage accident reported Winnie Dr. A 68-year-old female driver from Oxford was hit by a 30-year-old male from Oxford, and formerly of Pontiac, who fled the accident scene. The man was located a short time later at his new address on Winnie Dr. The man was given citations for driving with a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident, failed change of address on his license and failed use of due care and caution.

Thursday, December 8 - A woman reported she was traveling east along Drahner Rd. near Wood Trail when her vehicle's windshield was struck by an unknown object containing some brown liquid. The lower left corner of the windshield was damaged.

*Retail fraud reported at a business on N. Lapeer Rd. A subject tried to steal a pair of jeans and a shirt and was stopped by the store's loss prevention officer. The subject was given an appearance ticket for retail fraud.

*A caller on Parker Lake thought someone was breaking into her house.

*Brown dog reported wandering in the SE Lot for 45 minutes. Police were unable to locate the animal.

Wednesday, December 7 - An individual who owned an antique shop was looking for some advice how to deal with a difficult customer.

*Suspicious vehicle reported on Lakes Edge Ct. and Lakes Edge Dr.

*Individual reported four to five large males in the SW Lot and was concerned they might be getting ready to fight.

*Suspicious vehicle on First and Pleasant St. A pick-up was in the road with a motorcycle in the rear. The truck was "all blacked out" according to the caller.

Tuesday, December 6 - A mother walked into the Oakland County Sheriff Substation to report her daughter may have been followed on Monday morning while walking to Oxford Middle School. According to the daughter, a white male with black hair driving an older model green van was driving at the same walking pace for approximately a minute or two before pulling up next to her with the drivers side window down and stopping. The girl started running towards OMS, and while running away she heard the engines revving as if the man was leaving the area at a high rate of speed.

*Spray paint was found on the northeast end of a building on Glaspie St.

*A resident found drugs in her son's bedroom and wanted an officer to speak with her son about it.

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