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Oxford police log

September 08, 2010 - Monday, September 6 - A suspicious circumstance was reported on Bay Pointe Dr. Someone was seen walking through a house with a flashlight on. It turned out to be the son of the homeowner.

*An officer saw two suspicious people in a parking lot on N. Washington and E. Burdick St. The officer felt that they may have been up to no good, so he stopped them and asked for their ID's.

*A pile of wood was on fire on Ora. It was extinguished.

*A GPS and a radar detector were stolen from a vehicle on S. Coats.

Sunday, September 5 - A driver was pulled over and issued a citation for driving on a suspended license.

*A man observed two males walking down the street who appeared to be intoxicated. When the man asked if they were, the two subjects ran at him and started punching him several times in the face. The victim was taken to POH and treated. An area search was conducted for the two individuals, but they were not found.

Suspicious people were reported on Lakes Edge Dr. An officer was out with a subject on a bike. A second subject, who was wearing a backpack, also fled, heading eastbound on Lakes Edge Dr. An officer was able to obtain information on both subjects.

*Two suspects were reported near construction equipment on Lakeville Rd. Both subjects checked out okay.

*A caller reported hearing gunfire behind his home on Stanton.

*There was a report of juveniles skateboarding on the sidewalks in the area of S. Washington.

*A caller reported that water was "bubbling" in or near the road. DPW was contacted.

*A female came into the station and requested that the Village Police get her husband out of her vehicle. The female was headed to a family function and did not want him to go and he was refusing to get out of the vehicle. After speaking with an officer, the man finally got out of the vehicle.

*A suspicious vehicle was spotted on Pleasant. The vehicle was unoccupied.

*Vehicles were parked on both sides of the street on Bay Pointe Dr. which made it difficult for a fire engine to pass through. The road was cleared of the vehicles.

*Someone was in the area shooting behind Hertford. The caller was advised that the Oakland County Sheriff's Department was already on that call.

*A woman called and reported to police that she thought someone was growing marijuana in Oxford.

*Gunshots were heard in the area of Chieftan Circle. It could have been fireworks.

*There was a report of a party on Deer Path that had fireworks.

*There was a report of gunshots or fireworks in the area of Drahner and Red Barn.

*A caller reported a single motorcycle accident on W. Drahner and Yale Rd. The driver was standing in the area and the motorcycle was smoking.

Saturday, September 4 - An alarm was going off from one of the apartment buildings on Manitou Lane.

*There was a case of malicious mischief on Carnoustie Ct. Someone was trespassing in a yard.

*There was a juvenile complaint about skateboarders on S. Washington. They were advised and released.

*A caller on W. Drahner reported that her boyfriend was back from jail and she wanted an officer to come to the house.

*A caller reported a possible operating under the influence of liquor. The caller was not following the vehicle, which was last seen heading northbound on Washington at Mechanic.

Friday, September 3 - A woman wanted to speak with an officer about her daughter stealing things from a neighbor. An officer was not immediately available, so she waited. After 15 minutes, the woman was advised to contact the Oakland County Sheriff's Department since she lived in their area. An officer then became available and spoke with the mother and daughter.

*An officer checked the area of Lincoln and Mechanic for fireworks, but was unable to locate them.

Thursday, September 2 - An ex-boyfriend was sending harassing and threatening text messages to his ex-girlfriend and her son.

*A debit card and credit card were taken from a wallet that was found and turned into the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.

A jeep was stolen out of a driveway on Frederick Dr. The owner secured the vehicle the previous evening and when he woke up, the vehicle was gone.

*There was a report of marijuana use on Lakes Edge Dr. and Lakes Edge Ct.

*A suspicious vehicle was reported on Bay Pointe Dr. A vehicle was parked in front of a vacant residence for nearly 45 minutes. The home was being inspected for a short sale.

*Police arrested a man who was wanted by both the Oxford Police Department and the Lake Orion Police Department. The man tried to run from police, bailing out on Bay Pointe Dr. and trying to swim across the lake. He was eventually taken into custody.

Wednesday, September 1 - A woman claimed that she was attacked while going for a walk on Brookhollow. She stated that an unknown white male came up from behind her and grabbed her, causing them both to fall to the ground. The woman stated that she began to kick the subject and was able to kick the subject in the groin and proceeded to run into a nearby subdivision. She added that the man did not sexually assault her or strike at any time during the altercation. A search of the area yielded no results.

An officer gave a resident a ride to an establishment on N. Lapeer Rd.

*An employee from an establishment on S. Washington called and stated that he was taking the garbage out and he overheard an argument going on in the apartment on the second story of a house. An officer arrived and advised the employee that he had been at the address before and the two arguing were verbal only.

* A dog was in a parked vehicle on S. Washington for a while. The owner was located.

Tuesday, August 31 - A credit card and i-Pod were stolen from a vehicle on Yale Dr.

*Unknown suspects made forced entry into a business on Metamora Rd. and stole approximately 800 pounds of used copper wire, which was valued around $1,600.

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