September 01, 2010 - Larceny
On Aug. 23, a Genesee County sheriff's deputies from Atlas Township responded to the 600 block of Dutch Road for larceny.
On Aug 23, Michigan State troopers from Groveland Township responded to the Renaissance Festival following a hit-and-run report.
In the mail
On Aug. 23, Michigan State troopers from Groveland Township responded to the 8700 block of Oakhill near Bird Road for the malicious destruction of a mailbox.
On Aug. 24, a Genesee County sheriff deputy from Atlas Township responded to the 800 block of Perry for a larceny.
On Aug. 24, at 10 a.m., a Brandon deputy on patrol stopped a vehicle at Viola and M-15 after seeing it swerving from side to side. The driver had a suspended driver's license. He was cited for driving while license suspended and driving without due care and caution.
On Aug. 25, Michigan State troopers from Groveland Township responded to the 1500 block of Van Road, following a report of a 2003 Arctic Cat all-terrain vehicle from the complainant's front yard. The 90 cc lime green vehicle had a broken tail light and had the key left in the ignition.
On Aug. 25, a Genesee County sheriff deputy from Atlas Township responded to the 700 block of State Road for a larceny.
Who's the boss?
On Aug. 25, at 2:20 a.m., a Brandon deputy on patrol on Glass Road got behind a vehicle at M-15. The vehicle turned southbound on M-15 and accelerated to 65 in a 50 mph zone and ran on the right shoulder as he turned on Allen Road and traveled left of center as he made the turn. The deputy made a stop on the vehicle on Seymour Lake Road. The driver smelled strongly of intoxicants and admitted drinking Coors Light beer, with the last one being an hour before. He said he borrowed a vehicle from his boss because he didn't want to spend the night at his friend's house. A preliminary breathalyzer test showed the man had a blood alcohol test of .0128 percent. A LEIN check showed his license is currently suspended. He was arrested for operating while intoxicated and taken to the Oakland County Jail.
On Aug. 25, a Brandon deputy responded to a business in the 2900 block of Seymour Lake Road for a larceny report. The complainant said some time this summer, someone stole a hay wagon and radar for his corn planter from his farm. The case is open.
On Aug. 25, a Brandon deputy on patrol on eastbound Granger Road observed a vehicle with a plate that expired in April. He stopped the vehicle which had three occupants and saw that the front seat passenger was holding a glass jar that contained marijuana buds. The driver said the