January 26, 2011 - Monday, January 24 - A garage was broken into on Glaspie St. A bottle of beer was stolen.
*Some outdoor breaker switches were mysteriously turned off overnight on. S. Lapeer Rd.
*Suspicious circumstance reported on Conda Lane. A homeowner returned home to find some windows being broken.
*Possible OWI reported on S. Lapeer Rd. Oakland County made a traffic stop at a gas station along M-24.
Sunday, January 23 - A juvenile tried to steal some head lamps from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. He was issued a ticket for retail fraud in the third degree and was released into the custody of his mother.
*A caller reported that a neighbor on Clover Lake was burning items, possibly trash and plastic, that was creating a horrible smell. The situation was taken care of.
*A man reported to police that his wife was refusing to give him the keys to his car.
*A caller thought he could hear gunshots coming from the Crawford St. apartments.
Saturday, January 22 - Two pit bulls were loose on Lakeville Rd. They were caught and taken back to a home on Ensley.
*Officers reported seeing three vehicles parked underneath a drive-thru on S. Washington.
*Suspicious vehicle was reported on First St. A woman was spotted driving around with a dog for the last couple of days in the neighborhood. Officers were not able to run the plate because it had no date on it. The woman then left the area.
Friday, January 21 - A caller advised an officer that his passenger was wrestling with an officer during a traffic stop on Pontiac St.
*Report of an individual holding a sign on W. Burdick and Conda Lane saying some indecent things about a woman. The individual surrendered the sign when officers arrived.
*A caller requested to be transferred to a police department in Washington because the callers husband was having medical issues. The officers were able to look it up online and give the information to the woman.
Thursday, January 20 - A suspicious person was reported on S. Broadway. The subject was reported to be asking many inappropriate questions to an employee while getting a haircut. After speaking with officers, he was advised not to go back to the establishment again.
*On Conda Lane, an unknown subject was threatening to kill the reporting person. The subject was outside. Before officers could arrive, they received word the situation was taken care of.
Wednesday, January 19 - A vehicle almost hit an officer during a traffic stop. The vehicle was pulled over on Red Barn and Drahner and issued a citation for failure to use due care and caution.
*A man came into an establishment on N. Lapeer Rd and stared at the female employees while eating. The owner asked the man to leave because the lobby was closing, and the man responded by saying he might come back and hold the place up. He was charged with being a disorderly person and was told he was not allowed to go into the establishment again.
*Some steel frames went missing from a scrap yard on W. Oakwood.
Tuesday, January 18 - A student at Oxford High School was caught consuming alcohol during class. The student was going to be suspended from school.
*A caller stated that his wife's car had been sideswiped.
*A wallet was found at a gas station and turned into the Village Police.
*A subject thought he was being followed, so he contacted the Village Police and asked for advice. They advised him to come and pull into the village police department parking lot. Upon entering the parking lot, no other vehicle followed him in. Officers spoke with the subject and he went on his way.