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Oxford police log

August 04, 2010 - Monday, August 2 - Oakland County Sheriff's responded to the 200 block of Tanview for a larceny from vehicle in progress. Two suspects were observed leaving the scene on foot.

One suspect, 17, was apprehended by the homeowner, with several items being recovered, including a GPS unit.

The 17-year-old then gave information on the location of the second subject, 15, who was apprehended within minutes. Both suspects were taken to the Oxford Twp. Substation for interviews. The 17-year-old was lodged at the Oakland County Jail and the 15-year-old was released to his parents.

*A cement mushroom was stolen from a home on Powell.

*An unknown person tried to break into a home on S. Coats Rd. The owner returned home to find three doors with hammer and pry marks near the locks. It did not appear that anyone was able to gain entry into the residence.

Sunday, August 1 - A juvenile was seen carrying something out of a foreclosed home on Pleasant. The situation checked out ok.

*A black older model Ford Bronco, with deer antlers on the hood, was seen speeding down Dayton and spinning it's tires on Pleasant at least three times. There was no plate on the vehicle.

*A caller reported that her daughter was having an allergic reaction to a nut. The caller then stated she was going to take her to POH Medical Center.

*A caller on Aquaview reported that she was unable to get out of her chair and needed police to contact one of her neighbors for assistance.

*The OCSD assisted with an unresponsive female in a car on N. Lapeer Rd. She had her head resting on the drivers side window with her eyes closed. A caller reported her and said that she had driven up to the drive through and demanded breakfast. When she was told she was to early, the female started yelling obscenities at the employees. She was taken to the hospital and issued a ticket for disorderly conduct.

*Police did an area check on Melvin J. Ct. and Lakeville Ct. for a juvenile on a scooter in the road without a helmet.

Saturday, July 31 - A caller reported an unknown amount of people that were being loud on the Polly Ann Trail at the dead end of Powell. An officer arrived and was unable to locate the subjects.

*A tenant in a building on Crawford St. complained about loud music coming from an apartment. An officer arrived and was unable to get anyone to answer the door.

*A female was having chest pain and trouble breathing at the volleyball courts on Glaspie St.

*A person walked into the lobby of the Village Police Station and wished to speak with an officer about a lost or possibly stolen cell phone.

Friday, July 30 - There was a possible operating while intoxicated on Lapeer Rd. The vehicle turned into the trailer park before entering the village limits.

*There was an animal complaint in front of a business on N. Washington. The vehicle was parked and had two dogs in it. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the driver.

*There was a traffic complaint about a vehicle crossing the center line several times.

*A suspicious circumstance was reported on Pearl. Someone was pounding on the door late in the evening. An officer found two females fooling around and made contact with the home owner before taking the females home.

Thursday, July 29 - A maroon Chevy pickup was reported to be driving all over the road on N. Lapeer. The vehicle was stopped on Broadway and Washington. The vehicle was being driven by an elderly subject who did not need any assistance.

*A caller reported that his daughters bike was stolen from a address on Park St.

*A caller reported a loud part on Broadway and Pearl. An officer made contact and found that a 19-year-old had been drinking. The party was told to quiet down.

Wednesday, July 28 - There was a fight in the trailer park on Kirkwood Dr.

*An attendant at an establishment on S. Lapeer Rd. witnessed a hand-to-hand transaction in the parking lot and called police. Officers checked the area for the drivers of a black Chevy truck and a silver Malibu.

*A caller reported spotting pornographic graffiti on the side of a building on Pleasant. There was no one around in the area. The images were noticed earlier in the evening and a juvenile who was riding a bike reported seeing them around 5 p.m.

*A red pickup was speeding through the parking lot on Crawford St. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

Tuesday, July 27 - Someone who lives across the street from an building on Pontiac St. reported seeing people on a roof with ladders and flashlights early in the morning. It turned out to be contractors taking measurements and they were supposed to be meeting a representative, who never showed up.

*There was a report of a black lab sitting in the car at an establishment on N. Lapeer Rd. with the windows rolled up.

*A man reported that his ex broke into his house on Mechanic and trashed it. The reporting person was referred to an officer for follow-up.

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