February 22, 2012 - Monday, February 20 - Caller on East St. reported being in an argument with her husband most of the evening. She said her husband had been drinking and was refusing to leave. She said there was no physical altercation, and when police arrived, the husband agreed to leave for the evening.
*A caller reported seeing two small fires in the area of East Davison Lake Rd. and Delano Rd.
*Suspicious circumstance reported on Bay Pointe Dr. A male and female teenager appeared to be physically fighting in the roadway. The male was last spotted heading west on Lakeville Rd.
Sunday, February 19 - Five vehicles parked on Oxford Lakes Dr. were egged, while two vehicles on Lakes Edge Dr. were egged.
*An elderly female fell in the road on Ramsey and Seymour Lake Rd. The female was conscious and breathing.
*A vehicle hit the ice machine at a store on N. Lapeer Rd.
*A caller on Oxford Oaks Ct. stated smelling something, possibly marijuana or cigarette smoke, coming from her neighbors apartment.
*A man reported a loose Rottweiler came at him and his dog while they were on N. Oxford Rd. heading towards Glaspie. Police were unable to locate the dog.
Saturday, February 18 - Three intoxicated subjects were transported to Pontiac St. from Washington St.
*Report of possible intoxicated subjects on the roof of a building on S. Washington. The individuals started out on another building on S. Washington. The fire department was called to assist in the apprehension of the subjects.
*A child left his backpack in a friends van and they were refusing to give it back. The father of the child was requesting police assistance.
*A renter on Stanton damaged an apartment building after being evicted.
Friday, February 17 - Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to the scene of a breaking and entering in progress on Coats Rd. The caller, who was six months pregnant, was at home with her two and four year old when a white male subject kicked in the front door and began walking around the front of the house. According to the sheriff's report, the woman claimed to hear a knock on her front door before seeing the subject walk to the back door and begin banging on the door. The woman called 9-1-1 and locked herself in a back bedroom. The suspect took a laptop and X-Box before leaving in a green Chevy pick-up truck.
*A caller reported someone was ice fishing on Oxford Lake. The caller was concerned about the fisherman's safety.
*A laptop was reported missing from a home on Park St.
*A village patrol unit came across some tools and a television stacked neatly near a building on S. Glaspie.
Thursday, February 16 - Breaking and entering reported on Gaffor Lane in Oxford Twp. The home owner found the pole barn on his property had been forced open and a firearm, two bow and arrow sets and some tools had been taken from the barn. The side door had pry marks near the door knob and the door jamb had been split. The following day, Oakland County Sheriff's received a phone call from the alleged responsible's father, who said he found two bow and arrow sets, a shotgun and some tool cases that looked to contain drill sets in the car his son was driving.
*A 27-year-old male from Lake Orion was caught allegedly trying to steal approximately $200 worth of World of Warcraft playing cards, a hard drive and some key chains from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. The male was upset and crying and extremely apologetic, according to the sheriff's report. The male said he was taking some medication that was making him feel funny. He was issued a citation for retail fraud.
*An assault was reported at a business on S. Lapeer Rd. A 37-year-old male from Clarkston attempted to steal some cigars, and when caught by the store employee, offered to pay for them. After signing the credit slip he threw the ink pen, which struck the employee in the hand, and began to flail his fists according to the sheriff's report. The man resisted arrest, threatened Oakland County Sheriff's deputies and was continually kicking on the side window bars of the patrol car until they were halfway to Oakland County Jail. Once he was at the jail, he calmed down and was lodged without any further incident.
*A power washer was stolen from a pole barn on Granger Rd.
Wednesday, February 15 - A caller on E. Burdick said a female flagged her down and said her boyfriend was being physical with her.
*A male subject in a store on E. Burdick was making verbal threats.
*A woman informed police that she thought her neighbor let the air out of her tires overnight
Tuesday, February 14 - A man on Tanview received threatening text messages from his child's mother.
*Oakland County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to McLaren Oakland for an unresponsive female in the back seat of a vehicle. An unknown older male dropped the female off. After administering CPR, the female, who lived in Lapeer, came to. She admitted to doing heroin, but had no idea how she wound up in Oxford. She was transported to Lapeer Medical Hospital.
*A two car accident happened at the corner of Washington and East St. A 51-year-old Attica man was driving north along Washington when he was struck by a 23-year-old Attica female making a right turn. According to the accident report, the female made too wide of a turn from East St. The impact from the crash caused the male driver's vehicle, a 2012 Fiat 10A, to roll over several times and come to rest on its roof.
*Village police assisted in the warrent arrest of a subject on Lakes Edge Dr. The individual had warrants out of Macomb County.