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September 22, 2010 - Monday, September 20 - On Cheltenham, a client threw a helmet on the floor and a worker told the client that he was going to call 9-1-1 as a threat and did not know the call actually went through. He stated there was no problem.

Sunday, September 19 - An I-Pod and a I-Pod cord were stolen out a vehicle on Boulder Lake Dr. A pair of football gloves and an earpiece were found at the scene.

*A handgun was stolen from a vehicle that was parked on Seymour Lake Rd.

*A caller reported a possible drug deal on Hunter's Rill.

Saturday, Sept. 18 - A flashlight, digital camera and a GPS were stolen out of a vehicle on Island Lake Dr. There was no sign of forced entry, but a fingerprint was lifted from the vehicle.

*Oakland County Sheriff's responded to an underage intoxicated male on Hunter's Ridge who thought he was knocking on the door of his grandmother's house. The officer could smell the faint odor of intoxicants on his breath and his speech was slurred and pupils dilated. The subject was transported to his grandmother's house on W. Manor. The male admitted to drinking two shots of liquor, but it appeared to the officer that he may have also taken some narcotics.

Friday, September 17 - Two kids by a building on Pleasant appeared as if they were going to deface the building. An officer made contact with the subjects, who were taking a break while walking on the trail.

*There was an accident between a white sedan and a black truck on W. Burdick.

Thursday, September 16 - A driver of a vehicle on N. Washington was thought to be operating while intoxicated. An officer investigated; it was determined that the driver was negative for OWI.

Wednesday, September 15 - A driver was pulled over for operating while intoxicated on Seymour Lake Rd. He was issued a citation and was taken to Oakland County Jail for OWI 1st offense after blowing a .12.

*There was a report of threats being made over the phone on East. St.

Tuesday, September 14 - Some chewing tobacco was spit on the front door of a home on Island Lake Dr.

*A suspicious vehicle was parked on Broadway outside of a building and close to the street. It turned out that a 16-year-old male was meeting a 16-year-old female so they could talk. They both admitted to being there the previous evening. An officer advised them that they should find a different location to meet and talk.

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