July 18, 2012 - Monday, July 16
*Tackle box stolen from truck on Thornehill Trail.
*Intoxicated Stanton Street resident with knife affixed to gun punched holes in wall; cited for disorderly and held over night after assaulting a police officer.
Sunday, July 15
*Domestic assault at Inverness Road. Husband left scene and was later arrested.
*Domestic feud on John Paul Ct. over houseguest went from push to shove to bloody nose to an arrest.
*Sunset Blvd. roommate suspected of charging $1100 on victim's ATM card.
Saturday, July 14
*Stanton Road male arrested after self-submittal on domestic assault charge.
*Bicycle stolen from Stanton Rd.
*Mailbox blown-up by fireworks on Glaspie.
*Complaint of projectiles thrown from automobile at trailing motorist on Lapeer and Oakdell.
* 2 males and 1 female suspected of skinny-dipping at Scripter Park.
Friday, July 13
*Credit card opened under false name on North Lapeer Road. Investigation still open.
*Unidentified male threatened to kill dog of woman who asked him to stop cutting through her yard on Burdick St.
Thursday, July 12
*Wife broke car window and then fled after argument with spouse on Hill Crest Drive..
*Two car accident at Lapeer and Drahner. Toxicology results pending.
*Reports of trash-burning violation on Lakeview.
*Malicious destruction of lawn and sprinkler system reported on South Washington.
Wednesday, July 11
*Loud group of juveniles reported smoking and riding a motorized handicap scooter at Scripter Park; second caller later reported finding abandoned scooter
Tuesday, July 10
*Traffic stop on South Coats and Drahner led to arrest on outstanding warrant for larceny.
*Bicycle reported stolen on Louck St with another left in its place.
*Juveniles on Thornehill Trail attempting to turn over port-a-john.
*Semi crashes into automobile parked in lot on North Lapeer Rd.
*Wallet and cigarettes reported stolen on South Washington.
Monday, July 9
*Three juveniles tearing up a fence near Parkhurst Mobile Home Park
*Arson reported at Ray and Oxford Roads. Sheriff department responded and discovered destroyed utility vehicle belonging to Oxford Schools on the Polly Ann Trail. Police later collected fingerprints near storage area; investigation ongoing.