February 16, 2011 - Monday, February 14 - A driver was pulled over on Lapeer Rd. and Ray Rd. for driving on a suspended license. The officer impounded the vehicle and the driver and passenger were given a ride home.
*An individual on Louck reported to police that his brother was making threats over the phone. The police attempted to contact the brother, but had no success.
*Some die casts were stolen from a residence on Louck.
*Barking dogs were reported on Pontiac St. due to possibly no one being home.
*Car accident on S. Lapeer and Drahner. No injuries were reported.
Sunday, February 13 - Car accident on Lapeer Rd. and Drahner Rd. No injuries were reported.
*Larceny from auto reported on Park St.
Saturday, February 12 - An open door was found at a vacant residence on Seymour Lake Rd. by the homeowners who recently bought the residence. The home owners found the back door open with small pry marks near the door knob. The knob was also damaged and could not be re-locked. When officers checked the residence, it was minus furniture and household items. No damage was observed inside the house and winterizing had been done to the residence. It appeared the marks outside the door knob appeared to be consistent with the entry made by the winterizing company.
*Individual wished to speak with an officer about a possible case of fraud.
*A caller on Hunters Rill reported that his daughter ran away.
*Police assisted a citizen on Park St. and Pontiac St. who needed a jump after the citizen's vehicle stalled.
Friday, February 11 - A cooking accident caused officers to investigate a strange odor coming from a residence on Crawford St.
*A report of trespassing on Oxford Lakes Dr. The person was ice fishing on private property.
*An individual reported finding rear quarter panel damage to his vehicle after returning from the movies.
*A suspicious person was reported on Lincoln. The subject was wearing a green hoodie from Hanson's Windows. An officer made contact with the subject and advised him. The subject immediately left the area.
*Police received a report of a homeless man walking along Deer Path Trail.
*Suspicious person reported on Louck. A man from a gas company was knocking on doors before leaving the complex. Officers located the male, who was from Just Energy, advised him and sent him on his way.
*A suspicious vehicle was reported on S. Lapeer Rd behind a building. An officer observed the vehicle and advised Oakland County Sheriff's about a possible operating while intoxicated.
Thursday, February 10 - A driver was pulled over on N. Manor for doing 35 miles per hour in a 15 MPH zone. After Oakland County Sheriff deputies ran the name, they discovered the driver had two misdemeanor traffic warrants out of 52-3 District Court and the license was suspended. The driver was issued a citation and released.
*A caller on Lapeer Rd. reported that someone threw something at her vehicle. When officers asked where she was, she reported she was on M-24 in Oxford and hung up before giving an exact location.
*Police spoke with a concerned father about his daughter, who was having a problem with drugs.
Wednesday, February 9 -Claims were made by females at an address on Pleasant that a man had allegedly been touching them inappropriately. The male in question then packed his bags and left. The village police turned the case over the Child Protective Services.
*The front passenger window and front grill were broken out of a vehicle parked on E. Oakwood Dr. Nothing was taken from the vehicle. There were no witnesses or suspects at this time.
*Some marijuana was found inside an apartment on Seymour Lake Rd after Oakland County Sheriff's were dispatched to the scene of a strong smell of burnt marijuana coming from inside the apartment. The woman who lived in the apartment claimed her boyfriend was the only one who smoked marijuana and that the odor was coming from her boyfriends clothes. However, it was apparent to the emergency responders that the smell was coming from inside the apartment, where a child was being exposed to the smoke. The woman gave officers permission to search for illegal drugs, where they found some marijuana in the bedroom. The woman was advised that a report was going to be written to Child Protective Services and charges were being sought for possession of marijuana.
*A woman called from California claiming an individual on East. St. set up a bogus web page of her and her family. An officer spoke with the reporting person and advised her what direction she should take.
*A suspicious vehicle was reported on Glaspie. An officer observed an ice fisherman on the lake.
Tuesday, February 8 - An ex-employee of a store on S. Lapeer Rd. was told by the manager and Oakland County Sheriff's not to come back after the ex-employee kept causing disturbances.
*Report of damage caused by Tinson tools to a Jeep Grand Cherokee that was parked overnight on Glaspie.
*Car accident on S. Lapeer Rd. and Indianwood. Injuries from the accident were unknown.