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Oxford Police Log

May 05, 2010 - Monday, May 3 - A woman was caught trying to steal some makeup and jewelry from an establishment on N. Lapeer.

*Some cocaine dealers were spotted on Pontiac St in a white van trying to collect money for drugs. The incident was turned over the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.

Sunday, May 2 - A caller reported an accident on Indian Lake and Lapeer Rd. There were no injuries reported.

*A suspicious vehicle was reported in the southeast downtown parking lot. The vehicle was occupied by multiple people. After officer made contact, it turned out the occupants were discussing a movie they saw.

Saturday, May 1 - A wallet was stolen from an establishment on S. Lapeer Rd. Suspects are unknown at this time and the incident was caught on tape.

*An unknown subject entered a house on Cross Timbers and took some jewelry and $30 worth of cash from the home. There were no apparent signs of forced entry and no fingerprints left at the home

*A person was stopped on N. Washington and East St. for a traffic violation and issued a citation for possession of marijuana.

*Friday, April 30 - Police were advised that there might be a racial fight after school at an area lake. Police checked Scripter and Oxford Lakes and everything was quiet.

Thursday, April 29 - Police assisted a citizen who was told to leave a store on S. Washington because she had a dog with her. The woman claimed that the dog was a seizure service dog, and the reporting person was in a wheelchair. The reporting person stated that she could not be kicked out of the establishment.

Wednesday, April 28 - A man in a grey Ford was parked in front of a vacant house on Lakeville Rd. When officers made contact with the man, they found that he was looking for his lost cat.

Tuesday, April 27 - A parent of an Oxford High School student made a harassing phone call to a teacher about his students test score. The parent called the teacher about the grade and got upset when asked to repeat himself and started using profanity and yelling at the teacher. The parent was advised not to make any further contact with the teacher and that if he had further problems with the students work, he was to contact the principal. The parent agreed to have no more contact with the teacher.

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