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February 09, 2011 - Monday, February 7 - A rear loading door to a building on E. Burdick was found wide open around three in the morning. There was no sign of forced entry and nothing inside appeared to be disturbed.

Sunday, February 6 - Oakland County Sheriff's stopped a vehicle on Oakdell for operating with only one headlight. Deputies discovered the driver of the vehicle had a warrant out following a first degree home invasion conviction. The driver was taken into custody and lodged in Oakland County Jail without incident.

*Larceny from a vehicle reported on Crawford St. There appeared to be no forced entry.

Saturday, February 5 - A possible case of retail fraud occurred at a establishment on W. Drahner and Lapeer Rd. Three white males entered the establishment and started walking around the aisles, acting suspiciously. When they realized they were being watched, they immediately left the establishment. Upon checking the video tape, it appeared one of the males shoved an unknown item down his pants. It did not appear that any items were missing when checked.

Friday, February 4 - Oakland County Sheriff's helped a family on Thorn Tree search for a runaway juvenile. The juvenile ran away without a hat, gloves or coat on a cold and windy day. The juvenile was found walking along Oakwood and Bayliss complaining of frost bite and was shivering.

Thursday, February 3 - Village officers assisted a motorist who had gotten stuck after overshooting a driveway on S. Washington and ended up in the front yard of a building on S. Washington.

Wednesday, February 2 - A DPW employee saw two subjects ride into the SE Lot on snowmobiles and called police. They advised the subjects it was against Village ordinances to ride snowmobiles in town. The subjects were given warnings and left.

Tuesday, February 1 - Following a car accident, Oakland County Sheriff's issued a ticket to a woman for filing a false police report and issued a warrant for her daughter for driving with a suspended license. The woman claimed she, not her daughter, was driving the vehicle when the accident occured. The mother later admitted to deputies her daughter, who has numerous driving violations prior to the accident, was actually driving the vehicle.

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