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Oxford police log

January 19, 2011 - Monday, January 17 - Village officers assisted the fire department with a possible heart attack victim on Lakes Edge Dr.

*Officer assisted a citizen who ran out of gas during the middle of a traffic stop on Lakeville Rd. and Bay Pointe Dr.

*Report of trespassers on Park. St. Three individuals were caught looking through a window of a home at the corner of Park St. and Mechanic. The individuals were cited for trespassing and were taken back to the village station to arrange rides home.

Sunday, January 16 - Car accident reported on Washington and Dennison. No injuries were reported.

*Report of harassing phone calls on Pearl.

Saturday, January 15 - An employee of an establishment on S. Lapeer Rd said while he was trying to close the establishment, a black male entered and began arguing with the owner. The male then refused to leave when asked.

*Suspicious person was reported on E. Burdick. The caller stated seeing a man wearing a black coat and black hat trying to flag down passing motorists. When motorists would not stop, the caller said the man would yell at them and give them an obscene gesture.

*Several teens in suits and pink ties were reportedly throwing snowballs at traffic on S. Washington. The teens left the area when officers arrived.

*Two males were wandering around the parking lot on Crawford St. and hiding in trees. Officers were not able to confirm the report.

*Officers checked on a suspicious party on E. Burdick.

*A woman came into the village station and asked for her personal property.

Friday, January 14 - A white female tried to steal $209 worth of alcohol from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. She was caught by employees, without incident, after she put the stolen items in a handbag and walked out the door. After speaking with deputies from the Oakland County Sheriff's Department, a warrant was issued for retail fraud in the second degree after she admitted to previously stealing from the store.

*Report of a blue Envoy driving recklessly and weaving in and out of traffic on S. Washington. The vehicle was stopped on Washington and Church St.

*Police assisted a citizen who was seeking advice on purchasing a hand gun.

*Mail was reported missing out of a mailbox on Pineview Ct.

*A caller stated that she was turning north on M-24 from Indianwood when she was almost hit by a sedan going north in the southbound lanes. The woman followed the vehicle after it turned around and reported to officers it appeared the driver did not know where to go because the brakes were constantly applied.

*Village officers assisted a male to the apartments on Crawford St. because the man was looking for his father.

Thursday, January 13 - A man came into the Oakland County Sheriff substation and reported that some items were taken from his previous address on Gill in Oxford Township. There are no known suspects at this time.

*A woman on Barnes Rd. reported to police that her vehicle was gone when she woke up. She was turned over to the Oakland County Sheriffs. Also given to OSCD was a report that officers received from a repossession company saying they took possession of a vehicle from that same address.

*Caller stated her vehicle stalled in the middle of turn lane on Lapeer Rd.

Wednesday, January 12 - Caller reported an accident at Glaspie and Oxford Lakes Dr. The caller said the other vehicle involved in a accident, a black F-150, refused to pull over and left the scene heading north on Glaspie.

*Parking citation was issued in the southwest lot.

*Resident on Pleasant was receiving threatening text messages.

Tuesday, January 11 - Report of two black male juveniles throwing snow at a trailer on Parker Lake and denting the skirting.

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