March 21, 2012 - Tuesday, March 20:
* Mortally injured deer at Seymour Lake Road and Waterstone Drive. Officer had to put it down.
Monday March 19:
* Assist with disabled van on North Washington.
* Fire department assist on North Washington.
*Disabled Semi in front of Fire Station #1.
* Assist with vehicle lock-out on Thornehill Trail.
*Transport citizen to Glaspie/Broadway.
*Transport citizen to Oxford Urgent Care.
*Medical call on Alex Court.
*Head injury at Oxford Middle School.
Sunday March 18:
* Caller reports possible physical altercation in parking lot at Oxford Public Library. Report transferred to Oakland County Sheriff's deputies.
*Vehicle involved at possible physical altercation located on East Burdick and Mill Street.
*Disorderly conduct at rear of business on North Washington.
*Vehicle roll-over with unknown injuries at Lake George and Predmore. Call transferred to Oakland County Sheriff's deputies.
*Possible domestic assault on Broadway.
*Possible breaking and entering in progress on West Burdick. Homeowner found broken screen.
*Possible vandalism at Ridgelwan Cemetery was actually the clean-up crew.
*Civil matter regarding confusion between employee and customer on South Washington. Discrepancy over amount tendered and change due.
*Occupants of white Pontiac Bonneville swinging bat at mailboxes on South Coats.
*Reports of drinking and swearing at township park.
*Suspicious person at Seymour Lake Road and Baldwin. Caller states female has Felony Warrant out of Florida. Officer located female; Florida advised officer to advise and release.
*Possible operating while under the influence of liquor on South Washington.
*Family trouble on Laurel Leah.
*Small mulch fire on Bay Pointe near callers home causing 'plastic smell'.
*Female caller on south Washington requested a check by EMT as a result of an assault.
*False fire alarm on Tanview.
*Fire department called to scene of overfilled propane gas tank on Bay Pointe.
Saturday March 17:
*Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to Hospice death on Lake Drive.
*Oakland County Sheriff's deputies assist Oxford Fire Department with structure fire on West Drahner Rd. (see story below).
*Officers secured open building on South Washington.
*Citizen assist on South Washington/East Burdick.
*Possible fraud on South Washington.
*Suspicious vehicle on Glaspie. Officer found two individuals asleep, woke them up and sent them on their way.
*Property damage on south Washington at Minnetonka; no injuries.
*Child playing with cell phone on Hunter's Rill results in several 9-1-1 calls. Mother advised to remove phone's battery.
*Animal complaint on Bay Pointe. Caller states that 2 boxers bit her yellow lab.
*Employee assist at North Washington business.
*Village officers assisted Lake Orion Police Department with customer trouble over 'tab' at local restaurant.
*Red Dodge 4x4 with two teenage passengers reported throwing objects out window (possibly a drink can) at North Washington/Burdick.
*Alarm on Lakes Edge.
*Noise complaint on Crawford. Young people having a party.
*Medical call on Market Street. Transported to Crittenton Hospital.
*Lift-assist on Market Street.
*Medical call on Market St. No transport.
*Hospice death on Lake Drive.
Friday March 16:
*Suspect vehicle on South Lapeer Road. suspect was found to have no valid license or insurance. Suspect also wanted on outstanding warrant from Shelby Township. Suspect was arrested and transported.
*Complaint of PPO violation at Oakland County Sheriff's substation.
* Disabled vehicle at South Lapeer and Drahner.
*Assist with vehicle lock-out on North Washington.
*Possible fraud and bad check on North Washington.
*Water leaking from ceiling on South Washington. DPW advised.
*Vehicle making turn at South Washington/Burdick almost hit a pedestrian.
*Medical at South Washington and Burdick.
*Debris found at rear of business on Glaspie.
*Suspicious circumstances on Lakeville. Officers check property for possible juvenile trespassers.
*Larceny of a grey bike from an employee on South Washington. Employee gave chase, but was unable to catch suspect.
*Medical call at South Washington and East Burdick. No transport..
Thursday March 15:
*OWI and unregistered vehicle on Somerville.
*Hospice death on Brentwood.
*Hospice death on Franklin Lake Circle.
*Caller reports business on South Washington possibly selling cigarettes to minors.
*Motorist on West Burdick reports her vehicle was hit by something thrown out of another vehicle.
*Report of disorderly conduct on Broadway. Investigation found kids playing with Star Wars light sabers and yelling. Advised to 'tone it down'.
*Disabled vehicle at Lakeville and State.
*Medical call on Roy. No transport.
*Medical call at a business on South Lapeer. Transport to Crittenton Hospital.
*Medical transport to MOH (formerly POH).
Wednesday March 14:
*Oakland County Sheriff's deputies responded to possible automobile break-in on Somerville.
*Suspicious vehicle on Pontiac.
*Village officers assisted Lake Orion Officers with building check.
*Welfare check on West Burdick/West Street.
*Reports of 6-8 juveniles attempting to climb rear of building at North Washington and East Burdick.
*Medical calls on Beemer Court, West Drahner and South Washington.
*Subject burning leaves on Ora. Advised to extinguish it.
Tuesday March 13:
*Citizen reports harassment, possible threat, possible stalking.
*Subject driving with no current license while on probation at Pontiac and Crawford.
*Report of juveniles riding dirt bikes on property and in roadway on Oxford Lakes Drive.
*Dog attacked and killed by another dog on Woodleigh Way.
*Caller on Woodleigh Way reports bite by neighbor's dog. Asked that owners 'be advised'.
*Possible (garage) break-in attempt on Woodleigh way.
*Welfare check on Glaspie.
*Caller was supposed to pick up daughter at elementary school. Daughter was not there. Caller was advised of second elementary school on Pontiac Street.
*Assist motorist at Oxford Lakes Drive and Glaspie.
*Medical calls on North Lapeer, West Davison Lake Road, Market Street and another on North Lapeer.
– Reports compiled by Rebel St. John.