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February 10, 2010 - Monday, February 8 - There was a suspicious vehicle reported on Pleasant. It had its parking lights on. An officer made contact with the vehicle and determined that it was people waiting for the school bus.

Sunday, February 7 - Police assisted some citizens who were having problems with their 12-year-old daughter. She snuck out of the house and her friends dropped her off on S. Washington St.

*A suspicious person was reported on Crawford St. It turned out that the person lived in the apartment complex.

*A suspicious circumstance was reported on N. Washington St. A caller reported that she saw a male enter into a closed business. It turned out to be a member of the cleaning crew.

Saturday, February 6 - A registered sex offender was seen at the martial arts competition that was being held at the middle school. When asked if he knew his conditions, the man stated that he didn't know what they were and that he thought he could compete in the competition and watch his son compete. He also stated that he taught karate and that the owner knew of his history and that he was only allowed to teach adults. The man left the school without further incident.

*Police were advised to be on the lookout for the driver of a white Monte Carlo who was unable to hold a lane and veered off the road twice.

Friday, February 5 - An officer found a vacant car behind a building on Pontiac St. The officer was unable to locate the owner.

*A Dodge Dakota and a Chevy Malibu got into an accident on N. Washington and E. Burdick.

Thursday, February 4 - Entry was gained on a locked Chevy Lumina.

*An Oakland County Sheriff's Officer put down a deer that was injured on the side of the road.

Wednesday, February 3 - A man was attempting to repossess a truck on E. Burdick and S. Washington when he was assaulted by the truck's owner. The responsible left with the truck and headed northbound and then eastbound on E. Burdick St. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

*A suspicious vehicle was reported on Pearl. The vehicle was parked in front of the reporting address and the male subject left going north. The vehicle checked out ok after talking to the home owner.

Tuesday, February 2 - The OCSO stopped a vehicle on Lapeer Rd and Metamora Rd for having an obstructed license. The officer made contact with the driver, who told him that his license may be suspended. After checking the system, the officer found that the license was indeed suspended. The driver was taken home and his vehicle was taken from him.

*There was property damage reported between a Ford Fusion and a Honda.

*A drug deal happened in the parking lot of a building on S. Lapeer Rd. The buyer left and the seller stayed in the parking lot, where police arrested him.

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