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February 10, 2010 - Domestic violence

On Jan. 15, at 11:38 a.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to the 5100 block of Stimson Road and arrested a male juvenile for domestic violence. He was lodged at the Genesee County Regional Detention Center.

Goodrich reefer

On Jan. 15, at 6:23 p.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to a vehicle on Green Road. An 18-year-old male was arrested for possession of marijuana and charged with a violation of chemical substance.

Missed call

On Jan. 15, at 10:42 p.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to Goodrich High School for a larceny of a iPod and cell phone. No suspects.

What's that?

On Jan. 19, at 6:23 p.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to the Goodrich Middle School for a male juvenile suspect ticketed for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Got drugs?

On Jan. 27, at 9 p.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to M-15 and Green Road and arrested a 33-year-old male for possession of amphetamines.

Real cut up

On Feb. 5, at 7:30 p.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to the 12000 block of Ray Road for a larceny of a chainsaw.

Screw up

On Feb. 3, at about 3:56 p.m., a Brandon deputy responded to the area of Seymour Lake Road and Ortonville Road for a property damage accident in which one of the drivers was suspected to be intoxicated. Upon arrival, the deputy found four vehicles at the intersection. The first vehicle the deputy approached was a red Hummer occupied by a woman who smelled strongly of intoxicants. She was on her cell phone, slurring her speech. The deputy asked her to get off the phone and she continued as though the he was not there. He opened the door and asked again for her to end her conversation. She handed the phone to him and began crying, saying, "Those people were after me." She said she was coming from a club in Clarkston where she drank four beers, when someone began to tailgate her on Sashabaw Road. She admitted passing her road to go home and began to tailgate the vehicle that tailgated her. As they stopped, she rear-ended them. A preliminary breathalyzer test showed the woman had a blood alcohol content of .20 percent. She was arrested for operating while intoxicated and taken to Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital for a blood draw. Throughout the hospital visit, she told the deputy how this was going to screw her life up and that she hated him. She was lodged at the Oakland County Jail. The case is open.

Pilfered pickup

On Feb. 5, a Brandon deputy responded to the 5800 block of Sawmill Lake Road for a stolen auto report. The complainant said he parked his pickup truck in the detached barn behind his home at 12:30 p.m. the day before, when he got home from work. He left the keys in it as he normally does. This morning he went outside and noticed the rear doors to the barn were open and the truck was gone. He called to report it missing and before the deputy arrived, was informed the pickup truck was found running on the side of a road in the northeast part of Lapeer County. Also missing was a five-gallon gas can and log chain. The The case is open and a report was forwarded to the auto theft unit.

Missing jewelry

On Feb. 5, a report was taken at the Brandon substation for a larceny. Complainant said she was missing a brooch and earrings. She said the earrings were in her safety deposit box at the bank. When she checked today, jewelry was gone. No one but her has a safety deposit box key. The case is open.

Mysterious visitor

On Feb. 6, a Brandon deputy responded to the 1800 block of Oakfield to take a suspicious circumstances report. The complainant said the home was unoccupied and a neighbor saw a white pickup truck park in the driveway and a subject exited the truck and went to the rear door of the home. Nothing appeared to be missing.

Handbag found

On Feb. 8, a Brandon deputy responded to the 3800 block of Cherry Street for a recovered handbag. The complainant said she found the handbag next to her shed as she was taking her trash out. The deputy found a letter inside addressed to a resident on Wildwood Loop. The deputy went to the residence and spoke to a woman there who said she parked her car in the driveway last night and always leaves her handbag in it. Thepassenger side front door does not lock when the auto lock button is pushed. Nothing was missing from the handbag.

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