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December 01, 2010 - Monday, November 29 - Suspicious vehicle on Crawford St. It was occupied by a single female who was waiting for a friend.

*A car hit a deer on Lakeville Rd. and Bay Pointe Dr.

*A vehicle was caught parking on the grass on Stanton, which is an ordinance violation.

*Police did a welfare check on a woman and her son. The woman's mother was concerned because the woman was having problems with her ex-boyfriend and the mother had yet to speak with her daughter today.

*There was an operating under the influence of liquor reported on Glaspie near Scripter Park.

Sunday, November 28 - Woman called dispatch to report a problem with her ex-boyfriend, but hung up before speaking with a dispatcher. Dispatch called the woman back, who reported the ex-boyfriend left.

*Noise complaint about some loud music and bass coming from an establishment on S. Washington and W. Burdick. The music was turned down.

*A caller on Mechanic and Lincoln heard a loud bang but could not tell officers where the sound came from.

*A deer got stuck in the fence by the Oxford Elementary School baseball fields.

*Oakland County Sheriff's were dispatched to Thomas to put down an injured deer.

*Hospice death was reported on Worcester in Oxford Twp.

Saturday, November 27 - Abandoned auto on Melvin J. Ct.

*A caller reported seeing a subject driving up and down Lincoln taking pictures of houses. The caller was advised that there was no law against this. The caller gave officers a license plate number and told them that the incident shook the caller up. An officer was going to stop by.

*A pit bull was reported roaming the area of Cottage and East St.

*Police were contacted by a concerned citizen on Pleasant about the well-being of two dogs. The caller reported the dogs were in the house and the furnace was not functioning and feared that one of the dogs may be deceased.

Friday, November 26 - A report of alleged criminal sexual conduct with a 4-year-old male from Oxford Twp. The boy stated that the 14-year-old son of the people his mother was staying with had physically violated him. The father was advised to keep his son with him while the issue was being investigated.

* A white Ford F250 was taken out of a driveway on Parker Lake. The owner admitted to officers that the key was in the ignition and the car was running when it was stolen. Subject was reported taking pictures of houses on Lincoln.

*A dog was chasing a home owner around his yard on Powell. After the home owner got the dog in the back yard, Oakland County Animal Control was called.

*A suspicious vehicle was driving all over the road. The driver of the vehicle was possibly intoxicated. When stopped by officers, they confirmed the driver was not intoxicated.

*Vehicle was hit in the S/W parking lot. The driver of the other vehicle fled the scene.

*Two males were reported to be going from parking lot to parking lot on W. Burdick looking for unlocked vehicles. Officers spotted them and after speaking with them, cleared them of any suspicious activity.

*Vehicle ran out of gas on E. Burdick and Mill St.

Thursday, November 25 - Report of an unoccupied car at Lakeville Elementary School. The car was locked.

*Customer trouble at an establishment on S. Washington and W. Burdick.

*Suspicious circumstance reported on Crawford St. Both parties were cited for disturbing the peace.

*Car hit a deer on W. Burdick.

Wednesday, November 24 - Barking dogs reported on Park St. The owner was also reported for having four dogs, an ordinance violation. The case was turned over to the ordinance officer.

*Subject passed out on Lakes Edge Dr.

*Reckless driving on M-24. A vehicle was not letting cars pass on 24 while a friend in the vehicle next to him was assisting his efforts. Both vehicles turned on Burdick off Washington.

*Police were advised to be on the lookout for suspects in a threat case in Metamora. The suspects were caught at M-24 and Ray Rd.

*Vehicle car battery died on E. Burdick.

*Disabled vehicle on Lakeville Rd.

*Suspicious circumstance in the back lot on W. Burdick.

*A female was reported to be getting beat up in Lakevilla Park.

*An intoxicated subject was walking along Broadway.

*Suspicious vehicle reported at Lakeville and State St. The driver was pulled over because she did not want to be talking on her cell phone and driving at the same time.

Tuesday, November 23 - Oakland County Sheriff's spoke with a case worker from Child Protective services on Monday, Nov. 22 who wanted to make a criminal sexual conduct report. The case worker reported that a 9-year-old female was allegedly molested by her 17-year-old cousin.

*Suspicious vehicle on S. Washington.

*A man walked into the village station to report that his car had a flat tire on E. Burdick and Barr. A tow company was called.

*On Foreland, a resident reported seeing a door knob turn and immediately called police. The resident was turned over to the Oakland County Sheriff's Department.

*A street sign on E. Burdick and Mill St. was hit and laying in the grass.

*Caller reported that she thought a kid got hit while riding a bike on S. Washington. Officers contacted the juvenile. The mother was going to have him checked out.

*A suspicious vehicle was reported at Oxford Elementary. A male and female were talking.

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