May 19, 2010 - Monday, May 17 - A 9-1-1 caller on John Paul reported that she was home alone and that someone rang her doorbell in the middle of the night and that her dogs were barking.
* On St. Andrew's, a home owner noticed that some jewelry was missing from a jewelry box in the master bedroom. The reporting person stated that the side door and garage door leading into the house was left unlocked and the reporting person believed someone tried to gain entry through the bedroom window, but stopped and found the garage door unlocked to gain entry. The person first noticed something was wrong when the bottom portion of the bedroom screen was pushed in and the right side spring was damaged. No fingerprints, footprints or tool marks were found. There are no suspects.
*An individual was caught urinating in public. The officer advised the individual not to do it again and sent him on his way.
*A suspicious circumstance was reported on W. Burdick. A citizen noticed suspicious activity from the road at a mausoleum.
Sunday, May 16 - Two citations were issued for disorderly conduct in the parking lot of an establishment on S. Washington.
*The pastor of a church on Pontiac St. called and reported that there was some damage done to the outside of the building.
*A baby deer was reported on Glaspie St.
*A woman on King called and reported that her house was being broken into. The report was turned over to the Lake Orion police.
Saturday, May 15 - A 25-year-old Lake Orion resident was pulled over on S. Washington and W. Burdick after nearly hitting another car. The resident was arrested and issued a citation for operating under the influence of liquor.
*A caller reported that some juveniles in the area of the baseball fields on Glaspie were being rowdy and attempting to tip over a portable restroom.
*A caller reported that the traffic light at E. Burdick and Glaspie was making a chirping noise. An officer told the caller that the chirping noise was from the crosswalk on the corner. The Oakland County Road Commission was contacted and would check the area on Monday.
*A caller on S. Washington reported that some juveniles were possibly destroying some property behind a building.
*A caller on Lakes Edge Dr. reported that her husband struck her. Officers arrested the 45-year-old male and he was taken to court on assault charges.
*An 18-year-old and two 19-year-olds were issued citations for possession of marijuana.
Friday, May 14 - A woman on S. Washington called and stated that her 13-year-old son would not go to school and that she was disabled. She wanted someone to come out and reinforce her rules. An officer came and spoke with her son and he went to school.
*Police assisted a disabled motorist on E. Burdick.
*A man was issued a citation for speeding and marijuana possession after being stopped on N. Baldwin and Hummer Lake Rd.
Thursday, May 13 - A 37-year-old Oxford resident was arrested for malicious destruction of property after he damaged a bathroom at an establishment on S. Washington. The man was also charged with resisting an officer and disorderly conduct.
*A suspicious circumstance was reported on S. Washington. The reporting person went inside an establishment for an appointment, and when he returned to his vehicle, he noticed 12 of his pills were missing.
Wednesday, May 12 - There was a 9-1-1 call about a possible trespasser on Quail Ridge.
*There was a report of a subject wearing a yellow hoodie and looking through car windows in the SE Lot. The subject was gone when police arrived.
*While stopped on Lapeer Rd, a woman blew a .99 on a preliminary breath test. While she was waiting for a second test, she asked if she could turn her vehicle off and then left. It was turned over to Oakland County.
*There was a report of a man in a navy blue Detroit Tigers jacket punching a handicapped sign. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the person.
*Someone was reported walking around a backyard on N. Washington with a flashlight. Police were unable to locate the subject.
*A 16-year-old male on Moyer called police and told him that his mother was hitting him and was possibly intoxicated. The male went to a friend's house for the rest of the evening.
Tuesday, May 11 - A wallet was turned into police. The owner came and picked it up.
*A white Camaro was parked in a no parking zone on Burdick Woods.