May 05, 2010 - Risky business
A Lake Orion man called police to report he was harassed and intimidated by a local business owner and village resident when the pair ran into each other at a Flint Street business. The incident occurred around 8:50 a.m., April 26.
A man on Central was cited for allowing his dog to run loose, April 29. Officers found the dog around 5:47 p.m. near Central and Bridge Streets and brought the animal home.
Pooch loose II
Lake Orion police warned a Washington Street resident about letting his dog run loose. Officers found the dog near Front and Anderson streets, around 7 p.m., May 1. This was a first time incident for the resident.
'Leave' me alone
Lake Orion police are mediating between a resident and his neighbor after the resident complained of leaves being dumped in the right-of-way and killing the grass. The resident phoned police April, 26 to report the incident.
Battle of the text'es
Officers had to intervene to stop harassing phone calls and text messages between a W. Flint Street woman and her ex-boyfriend. According to the report, the woman had previously asked her ex to stop, but the calls and texts continued. Lake Orion police advised the man he must stop.
Battle of the text'es II
A Lake Orion man called police to report harassing text messages from his girlfriend's ex-boyfriend, Wednesday, April 28. Officers made contact with all parties involved and said the messages must stop.
Causing a ruckus
A man was ordered out of a N. Broadway business, around 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 4, after being disorderly, according to the report. Police say they warned the man not to return.
Beer bottle barrage
Someone threw a beer bottle at a residence on Heights and gouged the doorway glass, according to police, who were notified of the incident, Tuesday.
A couple on Park Island called police, Friday, May 7, after they received an anonymous letter in the mail stating the pair have been under surveillance over the past year.
Where's your DD?
A 24-year-old man was arrested on S. Broadway, Sunday, May 9, around 2:50 a.m., for operating while intoxicated.
Reporter, Lake Orion Review