October 27, 2010 - Monday, October 25 - Village Police are investigating a fraud report after an employee of a business on W. Burdick reported someone electronically taking money out of their business accounts.
*Unknown suspects tried to take a large piece of equipment from a business on Adventure Lane. The subjects dragged the equipment along the concrete and left it on it's side.
*A 1994 Jeep was stolen from where it was parked on Lakeville and Grampian. Police searched the area and were unable to locate the vehicle.
*A suspicious white van, with no windows in it, was driving slowly up and down Brooks Lane.
Sunday, Oct. 24 - Oakland County Sheriff's were dispatched to an address on Drahner Circle. The reporting person returned home and found that her house was torn apart and that there were photographs set on fire in her house. There was also a gas can reportedly in her home.
The woman believed that the responsible was her son, 14, who lives at an address on Cedar. Deputies went to the address on Cedar attempting to locate the son, but were unable to make any contact at the residence or by phone. The mother insisted that her son might be harming people at the residence on Cedar.
Prior to making a forced entry, the responsible juvenile came out of the back of the residence and was taken into custody. The juvenile was taken to Doctor's Hospital for a mental and medical evaluation.
Saturday, October 23 - There was a report of copper being stolen from a building on Lakeville Rd.
Friday, October 22 - A handgun and a partially burned cigarette were found in a repossessed van. The owner of the handgun was located and when asked about the marijuana, he indicated that it was not his. He was still issued a citation for being in possession of marijuana.
*A DPW employee advised officers that he thought he saw a couple of juveniles run between some houses on East. St. near Louck. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate anyone.
*A suspicious person was checking out employees at a establishment on N. Lapeer Rd.
*Oakland County Sheriff's issued two citations for person's under 21 consuming alcohol and open intoxicants after they pulled a vehicle over that was traveling north on Parker Lake Rd. and nearly hit a patrol car. The driver of the vehicle, 20, blew a BAC of .75 and the passenger, 18, blew a .155.
Wednesday, October 20 - There was a report of boxers attacking a home owner on Bay Pointe Dr. An officer was able to locate the dogs and the owner and informed him of the attack.
A pursuit of the vehicle ensued for about a half mile, when the Leonard resident put the vehicle in park and fled the area on foot. An area search was conducted for him, but he could not be located. The 26-year-old passenger stayed with the vehicle and was questioned and released.
It was learned that the male had a suspended license and an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
*The back door to a residence on Redwood was pried open and an unknown suspect entered into the residence. The homeowner stated that the bedroom doors were open and other items were out of place, but nothing appeared to be missing from the home.
Tuesday, October 19 - Homeowners on Woodleigh Way found two seats that belonged to a SUV type vehicle on their front lawn when they woke up.
*A Dodge Caravan was stolen out of a driveway on Akram by unknown individuals. The reporting person stated that the vehicle was locked and that there were no signs of forced entry. The reporting person also stated that she previously reported seeing a dark sedan drive slowly down her street, pull into her neighbors driveway and look into their mailbox.