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Oxford police log

June 30, 2010 - Monday, June 28 - There was a noise complaint on S. Washington Rd. about downstairs neighbors, who were running up and down the steps.

*There was a party on Pleasant with minors possibly smoking marijuana. The area checked out to be quiet and peaceful, so the police called the reporting person for more information. The minors were gone on arrival and the police were unable to locate them. The address that was given did not exist and police were unable to locate a problem on the street.

*A suspicious vehicle was located in the rear lot of Davison and Pleasant with it's headlights on. Everything checked out ok.

*Police pulled the driver of a Jimmy over for operating while under the influence because the vehicle was all over the road and tailgating.

*An officer found a woman unconscious in a parked car in the parking lot of an establishment on S. Washington. The subject was transported to an address on S. Washington.

Sunday, June 27 - Someone stole a 5 1/2 gallon gas tank off of a boat on Tanview.

*A caller on Mill reported that her boyfriend is knocking on her door and she asked him to leave.

*There was a report of cows in the middle of the road on Lakeville and Hosner.

Saturday, June 26 - An officer found an illegally parked car on Crawford. The officer found the owner and had the car moved.

*Two subjects were spotted having a verbal altercation in the parking lot on S. Washington and E. Burdick.

*Some burnt toast set off the alarm at a house on Delano.

*A citizen walked into the Village Police station to report that his planner was missing from his vehicle.

*An officer was out with an intoxicated juvenile on Glaspie St.

*An officer spoke with a woman on Scarlett Oak about furnishing alcohol to minors.

*There was a fight between 4-5 people with unknown weapons on Sunset Blvd. They were gone on arrival.

*Some drugs and a pipe were found on Louck.

*An Ipod, some sunglasses and case were stolen from an locked vehicle on W. Peninsula Ct.

*Some binders containing blank checks, business checks and tax forms were reported missing from a vehicle on N. Lapeer Rd.

Friday, June 25 - A peace officer stood by as a landlord was showing an apartment to a new tenant while the old tenant was still residing there.

*Someone stole three golf clubs, a checkbook and a rebate check from a car on W. Peninsula Ct.

*A GPS unit was taken from a locked car on E. Peninsula Ct.

Thursday, June 24 - There was a five car accident on S. Lapeer Road in front of POH. A 72-year-old male from Metamora, driving a Chrysler Town and Country and a 40-year-old man from Lenox driving a Ford SRW Super Duty were traveling northbound on Lapeer Rd., following to closely to a 34-year-old man from Dryden who was driving a vehicle manufactured by Pontiac. The Town and Country struck the Pontiac, sending it into oncoming traffic in the southbound lane. The 34-year-old was struck head on by a 30-year-old woman from Lapeer, who was also driving a Chrsyler Town and Country. The woman then propelled into the path of a Dodge Ram, driven by a 58-year-old man from Metamora. The woman was struck by the Ram and subsequently rolled over. The man in the Pontiac was taken to POH, while the woman was taken by ambulance to Crittenton Hospital in Rochester Hills.

*There was a report of possible rabid raccoons on Moyer.

*A juvenile called and stated that his brother, 16, was out of control and punching walls inside of his house.

*A paddle boat was stolen from a residence on Aspen Lane.

*A caller reported a disoriented male leaning against a pole on the southwest side of Washington and Burdick St. The reporting person thought the man might have a snub nose pistol in his hands.

Wednesday, June 23 - There was a possible operating while intoxicated on Lakeville Rd. The vehicle turned off of Lakeville and onto State St. The entire sub was checked and the vehicle could not be found.

*An officer made contact with some juveniles on Lincoln and advised them after they were reported to be shooting a pellet gun at squirrels.

Tuesday, June 23 - There was a report of five subjects who were yelling and walking in the road on Dennison. Officers arrived in the area and were told by callers that the subjects were headed westbound on foot. The Oxford Police Department and the Lake Orion Police Department were unable to locate any of the subjects.

*A caller reported that his girlfriend stole his watch and other items from him.

*There was an intoxicated man on Keble Lane who was in a rage and breaking things and trying to assault his other son.

*A caller stated that he thought that there was a possible fight in the parking lot of a building next to his home on Pontiac St. An officer was dispatched and called back saying that it was four guys laughing. They left the property and headed northbound on Pontiac St.

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