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Oxford police log

December 22, 2010 - Monday, December 20 - Suspicious person reported on Oxford Lake. The person turned out to be ice fishing.

*Multiple two by four pieces of wood were reported in the east bound lanes of Lakeville Rd., just east of Beaver Stair. They were moved out of the road.

*Property damage reported on W. Burdick.

*A water pipe broke inside of a home on Thornehill Trail.

*Police were called three times about a report of a domestic verbal argument on Aquaview.

Sunday, December 19 - A caller reported hearing shots being fired in the area of Park Island Dr.

*A subject reported receiving threatening text messages while in Lakevilla Mobile Home Park.

*Officer checked on a subject who was sleeping in a car in the parking lot of an establishment on N. Lapeer Rd. The subject was an employee at a local fast food shop catching up on some sleep before heading home.

*A Honda Civic was struck overnight while parked on Stanton.

*Report of a disorderly subject at an establishment on S. Washington. Officers took one individual to a home on W. Manor while taking another individual to a home on Laurel Leah.

Saturday, December 18 - A subject on Scarlett Oak was arrested and lodged in Oakland County Jail due to a misdemeanor arrest warrant for driving while intoxicated.

*A woman on Scarlett Oak was issued a ticket for misuse of 9-1-1 after she called Oakland County Sheriff's Department claiming someone was striking her and damaging her property. When deputies arrived, the woman told deputies that nothing happened. She proceeded to laugh at them, raise her middle finger towards them and shout obscenities numerous times.

*Police received multiple complaints about noise coming from an apartment on Crawford St.

*Possible assault on Shipman.

Friday, December 17 - Officer found two vehicles in the parking lot at the ball fields on Broadway and Glaspie after hours and found a male and female, 17. Their parents were contacted and the teens were sent home.

*There was a report of an intoxicated female on Inverness driving a vehicle with large boxer dogs in it. The woman returned home and was prepared to leave again.

Thursday, December 16 - Oakland County Sheriff Deputies made a traffic stop on W. Oakwood and Plexus and discovered that one of the individuals inside had a warrant out of the 67th district court in Flint. The subject was transported to Oakland County jail without incident.

*A caller reported seeing a green Chevy Blazer, covered with snow, parked along the brick wall in the SW Lot for nearly a month. Police were able to locate the owner of the vehicle, who indicated that it was his son's vehicle, but that it was broken and his son was waiting on replacement parts. The father was advised to have the son contact the police as soon as possible.

*Misuse of 9-1-1 was reported after a caller asked to park a vehicle in a no parking lane.

Wednesday, December 15 - A truck ran out of gas on Granger and Coats Rd. and the owner left the vehicle to get some gas in the morning. When the owner returned, the drivers side window was broken, along with the ignition and radio.

*A woman tried to steal bottles of ointment from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. She was issued a ticket for retail fraud in the third degree.

*A woman was cited for reckless driving along Lakeville Rd.

*DWI reported on Lakeville Rd. and Bay Pointe Dr.

*A purse was stolen out of a vehicle on Crawford St.

*Vehicles were not able to get up the hill on Glaspie St. near Powell, causing a backup.

*A caller complained that an individual was dumping trash in the dumpsters near the condos on Ensley. The dumpee called and stated she had permission from the owner of the complex. Police advised her that until they were contacted by the owner saying she had permission, she had to cease dumping.

Tuesday, December 14 - There was a report of vehicles for sale being parked along S. Washington.

*Police were notified of a driver of a white van who appeared to be driving while intoxicated along S. Lapeer Rd.

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