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September 15, 2010 - Monday, September 13 - A suspicious vehicle was reported on Pleasant. The vehicle was spotted next door from the callers address. The vehicle was unoccupied and checked out ok.

*There was a report of some wires possibly being down on Moon. Nothing was found.

Sunday, September 12 - The Oxford Sheriff's Department responded to a breaking and entering of a residence in the 1300 block of Red Barn in Oxford Township.

A K-9 Unit was requested to help search for a 30-year-old Pontiac resident who allegedly stole some beer, wine and a prescription bottle from the residence. He was last scene carrying a cooler and heading east bound on Kyntire.

The dogs tracked the suspect to an address in the 90 block of Cirrus, where he was arrested.

The incident is still under investigation.

*There was a noise complaint on S. Washington and W. Burdick. The reporting person said they could hear a large group of people in the southwest lot being loud.

*A caller reported that a female was sitting on a porch on Park St. for approximately 45 minutes and appeared to be intoxicated.

*A caller reported that his brother was causing a disturbance on Hudson.

*Officers did a check on an open burn on Winnie. The fire was put out immediately.

*A car was sitting in a driveway on Sunset Blvd. and had it's radio turned up very loud. When police arrived, they found the adults in the vehicle intoxicated and advised them to turn the radio down.

Saturday, September 11 - Police found an unoccupied vehicle on Oxford Lakes Dr. and Glaspie St. that was pulled off to the side of the road.

*Officers found a suspicious vehicle on Glaspie St. They spoke with the owner of the vehicle and everything checked out ok.

*There was a possible operating under the influence of liquor on N. Washington and East St. An officer stopped the vehicle and determined that the driver was sober.

*Lights were turning on and off at an establishment on N. Washington and E. Burdick. Officer made contact with a member that was inside the establishment and determined everything was ok.

*A caller reported being attacked by his brother on W. Drahner.

*A caller reported a possible OUIL on Drahner and Lapeer.

*A resident on Hudson called police saying that he could hear loud music that was possibly coming from an establishment on S. Washington and W. Burdick. The establishment informed police that they had turned off the music and that the earlier noise in question was caused by a car.

Friday, September 10 - Beer, a video game console and a video game were stolen from a house on Chelsea. The homeowner's son came home to find the door from the house to the garage open and papers moved around in the kitchen. The rest of the house was also rummaged through, but it appeared that nothing else was taken.

*A traffic stop was made on Pleasant and Burdick and a man was found to be in possession of marijuana. The marijuana tested positive for THC, and the man was issued a citation for possession of marijuana.

*There was an accident in the intersection of S. Lapeer Rd and W. Drahner.

*A woman requested to see an officer in order to assist her in obtaining information about her missing dog from an employee at an establishment on W. Drahner. The employee was refusing to give out any information.

*Someone entered through a back door of a house on Thornehill Trail and stole $25 out of a cookie jar.

*A vehicle being driven by a young male crossed Dennison to Stanton and nearly hit pedestrians who were in the crosswalk. The car then pulled into the cinema. Police were unable to locate the driver.

Thursday, September 9 - A caller stated that a dog on Park St. and Pontiac St. was barking in the early morning hours and that it had been going on for months. An officer located the dog and told the owner that there was a complaint filed and to not let the dog bark anymore.

*A 14-year-old was threatening to assault their stepmother . There were no weapons in the house and the stepmother was sitting in the driveway of the home in a vehicle. The father was contacted and told police that he would handle the situation when he got home.

*There was a parking complaint on Lincoln due to a school event. Vehicles were parked on both sides of the road, but there was enough room where nothing was impeding one lane of traffic from getting through.

*There was an unauthorized burn on W. Burdick. The fire was immediately put out.

Wednesday, September 8 - A citizen asked to speak to an officer about a dog that went missing.

*There was a juvenile complaint on Lakes Edge Dr. A juvenile was walking down the street going towards the trailer park. The juvenile checked out ok.

Tuesday, September 7 - A dog escaped from a residence on Ensley.

*There was a complaint about barking dogs on Dennison and Pontiac. Police were unable to locate the animals.

*There was a possible rabid raccoon in the area of Dennison. The raccoon was caged and brought into the village police station.

*A suspicious circumstance was reported on Glaspie St. A subject was out of a vehicle and pulling on doors of a building. Officers contacted the subject and learned that the subject was working on the building and wanted to make sure that all of the doors to the building were secure.

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