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Oxford Police Log

June 16, 2010 - Monday, June 14 - A collie was running loose on Lakes Edge Dr.

*Two juveniles wearing white t-shirts were walking northbound on S. Washington and were throwing rocks at passing vehicles. The juveniles were gone when police arrived.

*A suspicious circumstance was reported on E. Burdick. Two occupants were fighting in a blue Dodge Ram. They were gone when police arrived.

*A report of larceny was reported from a house on Chinkapin Rill. The reporting person believed his friend, who was staying with him, was responsible for stealing $78 and a credit card. The friend denied the allegations. The reporting person did not wish to press charges and wanted to handle the matter between the two of them.

Sunday, June 13 - A caller on Scenic Way reported that her window had been broken.

*A woman called and reported that her husband would not let her into their house.

Saturday, June 12 - A caller reported that her dog was stuck underneath her shed.

*An officer made a traffic stop of a motorcycle along Lakeville Rd. The subject and his brother had run out of gas. Officer assisted the gentlemen.

*There was a verbal altercation in the parking lot of an establishment on S. Washington.

*A caller reported a possible drunk driver heading southbound on Baldwin at Seymour Lake Rd.

Friday, June 11 - A suspicious person was found slumped over the wheel of an S-10 pickup truck on Glaspie.

*A 15-year-old member of a travel baseball team struck a 16-year-old teammate in the back of the head with a baseball bat because the kid was picking on him all season. It was determined by a doctor at POH that the injured player suffered a concussion and a laceration that required 10 stitches. A juvenile petition was going to be filed with the Oakland County Circuit Court.

*Police stopped a possible intoxicated driver on N. Lapeer Rd. The officer transported a subject to an address on Ray Rd.

*A woman on Teelin called police and stated that the teens across the street from her were scaring her because they were staring and pointing at her.

Thursday, June 10 - There was a juvenile complaint on Oxford Lakes Dr. It turned out to be an organized soccer picnic with adults present, so there were no problems.

*A home on W. Drahner was broken into and some furniture had been disturbed in the bedroom. Nothing else appeared to be disturbed in the house.

*There was a trespassing complaint on Bay Shore Dr. The owner of the property stated there were three fisherman fishing in a lake that did not have permission to be there. All of the fishermen were issued citations, where police learned that one of them had arrest warrants out of Detroit and Pontiac.

Wednesday, June 9 - There was an open building on Pontiac St. The officer made contact with the janitorial staff and learned that the door was supposed to be secure.

Tuesday, June 8 - Residents on Crawford St. called police and reported there were two intoxicated males walking towards Washington St. Officer made contact with the two males and they were able to call for a ride home.

*A reporting person on Lakes Edge Dr. believes her estranged husband broke into her home and removed some personal property. The woman stated she had a personal protection order against him.

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