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June 09, 2010 - Monday, June 7 - Attempted larceny from vehicle on Pontiac Street. Oxford Police report the suspect is a white male, 6-feet tall with a goatee.

Juvenile complaint on Glaspie Street at 10:30 p.m. Kids were loud in the skate park.

Car egged on S. Washington Street.

Sunday, June 6 - on N. Lapeer Road, a 28-year-old man was arrested for his 3rd drunk driving offense.

Neighborhood trouble on Crawford Street.

Around 1 a.m. a Watersmeet Drive resident was in his garage with a friend, when they noticed a car pull onto their street, without lights. They turned off their garage light and watched. Soon, two teens exited the tan-colored "boxy" 4-door sedan. The car followed slowly behind them, with rear doors open (dome light out); soon a "large" teen walked up the drive and into their garage. A chase ensued. The teen, upon high-tailing it back to the getaway vehicle slammed into the rear, passenger side door, busting the window. The car raced away to the north. Upon further investigation, Oakland County Sheriff's deputies discovered a neighbors vehicle had been broken into, a camera and an IPOD were stolen.

An emotionally upset 19-year-old Oxford Township man was tasered by deputies on Twin Lakes.

Animal complaint on Pontiac Street near Park . . . a skunk was walking in someone's yard, and it looked sick.

Car vs. Deer on Lakeville Road, at 8 p.m.

Saturday, June 5 - barking dog on Lakes Edge Drive.

A home was broken into and robbed on Oneta Drive. A door from the garage to the home was forced open. Reported stolen were various pieces of jewelry and $1,000 cash.

Barking dog on Mechanic Street.

On S. Washington, windows and drapes that were closed are now open.

Friday, June 4 - larceny of tool box from Mechanic St.

Dumpster divers reported in the Northeast Municipal Parking Lot.

Malicious destruction of property on N. Oxford Road.

Firework complaints at 11:45 p.m. on Pleasant Street.

Wires down, pole fire on E. Drahner Road.

Thursday, June 3 - "unsupervised" bbq on N. Washington Street.

Neighbor's dog getting into trash (again) on Broadway Street.

Oxford Police officer told a 6-year-old boy he could not stay in a parked car while his mother was at a S. Washington St. store.

She burned her biscuit on W. Drahner Road, causing the fire department to respond to smoke alarm.

Larceny of an orange and silver bike from Moyer Street.

Trespassing citation issued on Baypointe Drive.

Larceny from a vehicle on Thomas Road. A woman's wallet and credit cards were stolen. Her checkbook was discovered in a neighbor's yard.

Juvenile complaint on Dayton -- those darned skateboarders!

Wednesday, June 2 - larceny from a beach bag on Oxford Lakes Drive.

Personal injury accident on Seymour Lake Road near Coryell Drive. At least one injured, transported to St. Joseph's Hospital.

A Vivian Lane woman reported she went to town for lunch at 11 a.m. When she returned at noon, her garage door had been kicked in and somebody stole a laptop computer and video camera from her home.

Tuesday, June 1 - harassing telephone calls on E. Manor. A woman reported her ex-boyfriend called threatening to beat her with a hammer.

Larceny from a vehicle on Vivian Lane. Owner discovered his van was broken into; stolen were his GPS navigation system, an IPOD Nano and a video camera.

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