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January 12, 2011 - LFA

On Dec. 27, at 6:10 a.m., a Brandon deputy responded to the 400 block of Edward Street for larceny from an auto. The complainant said his work van was parked in the driveway and when he went out to start it, he found the battery was dead. He jumped it with his personal vehicle and noticed a dark SUV drive slowly past. After he started the van, he went into his garage to smoke. He heard a car door slam and heard kids voices near the house. He went out and saw two subjects with their hoods up walking to Granger Road. He ran after them and saw them get into a dark SUV and drive off. Missing from his van was a GPS unit and charger. The case is open.

Unhappy new year

On Jan. 1, at 11:23 p.m., a Brandon deputy on patrol on Ortonville Road near Mill Street observed a vehicle that was stopped at the traffic light reverse about 50 feet and then proceed to the light again. The deputy stopped the vehicle and the driver said he had a driver's license, but couldn't find it. The man has two misdemeanor warrants from Flint for shoplifting and a weapons offense. When the deputy asked him if he had anything illegal, the man said no, but when his vehicle was searched, the deputy found a bong smoking device in the pick-up truck bed, as well as a gas mask with a bowl on the end with marijuana residue. He and his passengers claimed they didn't know to whom the items belonged. The driver was cited for improper backing, no operator's license on person, and possession of drug paraphernalia.


On Jan. 6, a backpack that was found along Perry Lake Road was turned in at the Brandon substation. In the backpack was a driver's license, several bank/credit cards, keys, Gatorade, a sandwich, and a cell phone. A deputy contacted the mother of the backpack owner who said she would let her son know. The deputy then discovered the backpack owner had four misdemeanor warrants for his arrest, all for failure to appear on driving while license suspended charges. When the suspect arrived at the substation to pick up his backpack and belongings, he was arrested on the warrants.


On Jan. 7, at 1:30 p.m., a Brandon deputy responded to the 4200 block of Dogwood for customer trouble. The complainant said she was confronted by a woman who was yelling and accusing her of having drug addiction at her house and something about her sister. No threats were made and the responsible was gone from the scene when the deputy arrived.

No hunting

On Jan. 9, a Brandon deputy responded to the 4000 block of Big Fish Lake Road. The complainant said someone drove on his property and shot his domestic goose near the shoreline. The complainant has four domestic geese that sit near wild geese. The goose was wounded, but alive and the complainant said he was going to take the animal to the veterinarian. The complainant's property is next to state land. The deputy advised him to notify the DNR.

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