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Oxford police log

November 17, 2010 - Monday, November 15 - Village police requested Oakland County Forensic Lab process the scene of an infant death on S. Washington. Infant was four-months-old and taken to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Pontiac with CPR in progress. The infant was pronounced dead upon arrival. Investigation continues.

*EMS transported a child to Children's Hospital after a swallowed coin got stuck in the GI track.

Sunday, November 14 - A male, 17 and female, 16, were caught naked and studying each others anatomy in a backseat of a car on Shin Branch and Basket Branch. When speaking with the minors, Oakland County Sheriff Deputies could smell intoxicants on their breath and both admitted to drinking.

*Police were unable to locate an elderly female hitting curbs with her vehicle along M-24 and proceeded to turn onto Broadway.

Saturday, November 13 - Assault and battery on E. Drahner Road.

*A "tall white male" was spotted running west on Moyer in the early morning hours. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the subject.

*A wire fell on top of a pine tree and was causing a small fire on W. Burdick.

*A funky smell was reported at an establishment on N. Washington.

Friday, November 12 - Hit an run accident on Oakwood Rd. just east of Lapeer Rd.

*A driver was pulled over on Lapeer Rd. for driving on a suspended license.

*Loud music was coming from an establishment on S. Washington. The establishment occupants were asked to turn it down.

*Two open windows and a open utility door were reported at OES.

*A suspicious person was reported carrying a toolbox and walking along the trail between Scripter and Lakeville Rd.

Thursday, November 11 - Deputies assisted the Auburn Hills police department in locating the responsible driver of a hit and run. The vehicle was found stopped in the middle of the road on N. Baldwin between Granger and Oakwood.

*Suspicious circumstance on Sunset Blvd. A caller reported hearing what he thought was a burglary alarm going off inside his neighbor's garage. It turned out to be an alarm clock.

*A caller was looking for information about her daughter smoking at school.

Wednesday, November 10 - A woman reported her daughter and her friend were riding their bikes in the Oxford Lakes subdivision when they were approached by a male subject who asked them if they wanted to see his new toy if they were going around the block again. The girls went straight home. The man was described as an older gentleman with a cane wearing a black jacket and walking on foot. The area was checked for the responsible without any luck.

Tuesday, November 9 - Police assisted a citizen who purchased a vehicle and discovered that no title was with it. When the citizen went to find the previous owner at the address he was given, it was the daughter's address.

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