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Public safety log

July 11, 2012 - Monday, July 9

*Malicious destruction of property on Brentwood. Victim's car was keyed the entire length of the driver's side. No suspects at this time.

*Gunshots heard on Thomas Rd. Police officers observed mark on wall of house.

Sunday, July 8

*Dumpster fire reported on S. Lapeer Rd.

*Juvenile taken into custody for marijuana possession on West Burdick.

Saturday, July 7

*Arrest on Hosner and Parker Roads conducted without incident. Late night bicyclist had outstanding warrants.

*Animal complaint on S. Washington. Raccoon stuck in grease trap by pizza joint vacated before police arrived.

*Marijuana possession cited on Lincoln & Washington and also on Glaspie and Oxford Lake Rd.

Friday, July 6

*Boat on fire in middle of lake near West Drahner. Boaters rescued and fire controlled.

*iPod found at S. Washington business. Can be retrieved at 22 W Burdick.

*Malicious destruction of lawn furniture reported on Sunset Blvd.

Thursday, July 5

*Power lines reported down and arcing on Thomas Rd, Dewey St, West Drahner, and Second St.

Wednesday, July 4

*Estranged wife locked out of home on Mechanic St.

*Juveniles reported shooting fireworks at oncoming vehicles on Lapeer and Oakwood.

*Two projectiles shattered rear car window on Parker and Hosner.

*Firewood stolen on Drahner Rd.. Victim had three cords of wood and no trespassing signs taken. Police recovered human feces and toilet paper near site of theft.

*Multiple complaints throughout the week about fireworks and noise from Glaspie, Broadway, Thornehill Trail, and Sunset Blvd. One citizen reported seeing the street "lined with rockets."

Tuesday, July 3

*Cow found standing in the middle of the road at Baldwin and Seymour Lake Road.

*Downed power lines reported on Lapeer and Oakwood, and also at Woodbriar Lane. Rochester Road telephone pole reported on fire.

*Glasses, cell phone, and lottery papers found on Louck St.

*Small children locked inside of home, grandmother locked outside when she went out to sweep the porch on Quail Ridge. Thanks to a swift kick, police enabled woman to regain entry to home.

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