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August 25, 2010 - Denied

On Aug. 12, Brandon deputies responded to the 3700 block of Dartmouth at 8:39 p.m. for a breaking and entering in progress. En route, the deputies werre advised the complainant knew the responsible and he fled prior to the arrival of deputies, but left his car in the driveway. The complainant said the suspect had opened the attached garage using a credit card and then tried to get in the home but was unable and taunted her through a front window, telling her, "Your deadbolts won't keep me out of your house." The woman said he was there trying to find his ex-girlfriend, who lived at this residence for a time while they were dating. A LEIN check showed that the suspect has a conditional bond saying he was not allowed to return to this residence due to a recent domestic violence arrest in which his ex-girlfriend was the victim. The complainant was advised on obtaining a personal protection order.

Defensive maneuvers

On Aug. 17, a Brandon deputy responded to the 100 block of James Street for family trouble. The complainant said she was trying to show her daughter how to defend herself and when she turned around, her daughter pushed her. She wanted the incident documented.

Roman candles

On Aug. 17, a Brandon deputy responded to the 100 block of Fabris Lane for malicious destruction of property to a mailbox. The complainant said she heard a loud noise around midnight and this morning she found the bank of mailboxes at the end of her private road had been vandalized. The deputy noted it appeared someone had used Roman candles to explode and damage two mailboxes, one of which contained mail that was also damaged.

'Black Snake'

On Aug. 18, a Brandon deputy responded to the Clarkston Lakes Mobile Home Park, 4260 Dogwood Boulevard, where an employee said between Aug. 15 and Aug. 17, someone spraypainted the words "Black Snake" on the side of a recreation/fitness building and also tried to burn wood on the entry sign.

Pool watch

Oakland County Sheriff requested assistance of the Michigan State Police from the Groveland Post with a suspicious person in a car located next to the clubhouse in the Oakhill Estates Mobile Home Park, 9000 block of Oakhill Road. Per the complainant this is not the first time the male and vehicle have been there watching the pool. Because MSP had no unit available from the Groveland Post, Springfield Township deputies responded. The vehicle was gone when troopers arrived.

Tee off

On Aug. 18, MSP troopers from the Groveland Post responded to Barron Road following a report of larceny of a set of golf clubs.


On Aug. 18, Michigan State Troopers from the Groveland Post responded to the 10000 block of Oak Hollow after a report of a larceny from a vehicle.

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