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October 13, 2010 - No TV

On Oct. 5, a Brandon deputy responded to the 3800 block of Cedar Loop for a report of breaking and entering. The complainant said when she left for work at 3 p.m., she left a bedroom window open. She came home at 7:30 p.m., sat down to watch TV and discovered her 32-inch hi-definition TV was gone. The case is open.

Problematic

On Oct. 6, at about 6:14 p.m., a Brandon deputy's vehicle was struck by another vehicle at the intersection of Ortonville and Wolfe roads. Another deputy arrived to take the report and it was found that the driver who struck the deputy's car had no driver's license and smelled of intoxicants. The 17-year-old said he'd had two shots earlier and admitted to smoking marijuana three hours prior. A preliminary breathalyzer test showed he had a blood alcohol content of .120 percent. He admitted he accelerated when the light turned yellow to get through the light. Marijuana was found in the cupholder. He was arrested for operating while intoxicated and taken to the hospital for a blood draw before being taken to the Oakland County Jail where he was also cited for no operator's license on person, failure to yield, no seatbelt and possession of marijuana.

Missing mail

On Oct. 6, a walk-in complaint was filed at the Brandon substation. The complainant resides on W. Glass Road and said she is missing several items of U.S. mail from her mailbox. She has no idea who may have stolen it and has gotten a P.O. Box.

No money for wedding

On Oct. 6, at 9 p.m., a Brandon deputy responded to Hemlock Loop and Beechwood for a breaking and entering in progress. Upon arrival, the deputy met with the complainant who saw two individuals jump a fence to get into a storage area in the mobile home park. The deputy found the two individuals where the complainant said he last saw them. The deputy saw the suspects try to squeeze through the fence and ordered them to the ground. The female suspect said she and her fiance went to the area with the intent to steal something for cash. They opened a semi-trailer and found three radiator and put them in a wheelbarrow. They were issued misdemeanor citations for trespassing and larceny and released.

Liar, liar

On Oct. 9, at 2:28 a.m., a Brandon deputy on patrol at Fir and Apple stopped a vehicle that didn't stop at the stop sign. The driver smelled of intoxicants, but denied drinking anything. A preliminary breathalyzer test proved otherwise, with her blood alcohol content .207 percent. She was arrested for operating while intoxicated and lodged at the Oakland County Jail.

Ready for work?

On Oct. 9, a Brandon deputy on patrol on Oakwood Road saw a vehicle cross over the centerline and fog line several times. He stopped the vehicle near Shelmar Lane and as the deputy approached the vehicle, he saw smoke billowing out of it. He asked the driver if he was smoking marijuana inside. The driver said he was, and that he was on his way to work. He was arrested for operating under the influence of drugs and taken to the hospital for a blood draw before being transported to the Oakland County Jail.

Missing Mustang

On Oct. 11, a Brandon deputy responded to Randy Wise Ford, 968 S. Ortonville Road for a missing 2011 white Ford Mustang. The dealership key waas taken from the key box inside the building. Employees reported finding the front door unlocked. The report was forwarded to the auto theft unit. The case is open..

Domestic

On Oct. 10, at 9:30 p.m., a Brandon deputy responded to the 2500 block of Perry Lake Road for a domestic situation. The complainant said he and his wife had been having ongoing arguments. She told him she was leaving, but not without the kids. He said he told her fine, and she picked up a TV tray and hit him in the right shoulder. She swung again and missed and he said she told him that when he fell asleep she would bash his brains in with a bat. He told her she could take the kids and leave. She said no and he told her if she didn't leave, he'd call the police. She refused to leave and he called the police. He said she has assaulted him many times in the past and they have gone through divorce proceedings before, but always reconciled. She said she has never hit him. The kids gave conflicting reports. She was asked to leave the home until the matter is resolved. The case is open pending review.

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