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Oxford police log

February 08, 2012 - Monday, February 6 - A fight broke out at a group home on Indian Lake Rd. One resident suffered abrasions to his forehead and cheeks and a bloody nose.

*A man came in for a personal breath test at the Village police station and was arrested on a warrant for felony child neglect. Charges were requested by the Attorney General's office.

Sunday, February 5 - A GPS unit was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on E. Manor. A neighbor called Oakland County Sheriff's deputies previously that evening to report a suspicious man in the area of East and South Manor.

*A woman reported to police she thought two males were going to carjack her on Saturday when they approached her vehicle, which had her daughter, 14, in it while she was in a store on S. Washington.

*A caller on E. Burdick reported smelling pot. The subject refused to comply.

*A female on Broadway said her boyfriend was harassing her and refusing to leave.

Saturday, February 4 - Oakland County Sheriff's deputies reported to the scene of a vehicle fire at the corner of Brookhollow and Wyndam in Oxford Twp. The owner of a motorcycle who purchased it the previous day, said it backfired and caught on fire while he was test driving it. The man did not have any insurance or a license plate on the bike. He was given a citation for no plate/insurance.

*A car was omitting the odor of marijuana while sitting in a drive-thru on S. Lapeer Rd.

*The Department of Natural Resources was called after a resident spotted a fox in the middle of Oxford Lake.

*Parking complaint on Thornehill for a truck parked too far away from the curb. The owner of the truck was contacted and moved the truck closer to the curb.

Friday, February 3 - A female suspect from Oxford Twp. was caught trying to steal miscellaneous items from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. The suspect was issued a citation for retail fraud in the third degree.

*A caller on Maynard Circle reported an outlet in her bathroom was smoking and wanted it checked for safety concerns.

Thursday, February 2 - A student at Daniel Axford Elementary brought in an empty rifle shell he found on the floor of his parents car. DA contacted the boys parents.

*An individual believed her car payment was stolen out of a S. Washington business's payment box. The woman claimed she dropped the payment off on Saturday, while the business claimed they never received the payment.

Wednesday, February 1 - A resident at Crossroads for Youth assaulted a fellow resident and staff member.

*A pair of sunglasses was reported stolen from a unlocked car in the Oxford High School parking lot.

Tuesday, January 31 - A man reported his safe and gun were missing. He discovered the missing items while moving to his new home in Orion Twp. He informed deputies the last time he saw his safe and gun was approximately six to nine months ago.

*A female student at OHS struck a male student in the face. According to the Sheriff's report, the male student called the female some profane names and told her he wished she would die. The male wanted to press charges. OHS suspended both students.

*Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to a threat complaint at OHS. A student was at a school function up north when he was caught distributing marijuana to fellow students, which resulted in a suspension from school and a possible expulsion. The suspension was extended by the School Board after the mother complained about the treatment of her son, according to the sheriff's report. OHS Principal Todd Dunckley was following a OHS Facebook page when he saw the student chatting with an individual about possibly burning the school down due to the unfair treatment in the discipline of the student. Dunckley wanted the incident documented in case there was an attempt to carry out the threat.

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