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March 30, 2011 - Monday, March 28 - A suspicious circumstance was reported when a caller saw two men standing near the Market Plaza sign early in the morning. After police investigated, it was determined the two men were putting in a new sign.

Sunday, March 27 - Report of a driver operating a vehicle while intoxicated on Lakeville Rd. near Glaspie St.

*A truck was broken into overnight at a residence on Sunset Blvd.

*Report of a domestic disturbance on Hunters Rill. A female was pushed down the stairs and possibly sustained injuries to her back.

Saturday, March 26 - Report of marijuana use on N. Washington.

*A caller on Twin Lakes reported to police an unknown individual was driving through the subdivision and knocking over mailboxes.

Friday, March 25 - Oakland County Sheriff's were advised of a vehicle swerving all over the road due to the driver being nearly passed out with a passenger lying down. Later, the vehicle was reported to be at the scene of an accident on Washington St. and Burdick St. When Oakland County Sheriff's arrived and ordered the driver to exit the vehicle, the officer noticed the passenger was slumped down, cyanotic and not breathing. The officer also discovered the passenger had a weak pulse, so he radioed for the Oxford Fire Department and began to perform CPR on the passenger. The fire department took over treatment when they arrived on the scene. When the deputy searched the vehicle, he found some pills in a baggie in the passenger's coat pocket. The passenger admitted to paramedics he was a heroin addict and had overdosed on pills.

*Village police received a report about a bus traveling along Lakeville Rd. with a wobbling wheel. Police found the bus and alerted the driver to the problem.

Thursday, March 24 - Possible operating while intoxicated reported on W. Burdick and Washington St.

Wednesday, March 23 - A woman was found dead in her home on Keble Lane. The cause of the death is unknown, as there were no signs of trauma to the woman's body. Oakland County Sheriff's were still investigating the incident.

*A tree was reported to have fallen across Oakwood Rd. and N. Lapeer Rd.

Tuesday, March 22 - A caller on Hilberg reported her son stealing her car.

*Village police assisted the Oakland County Sheriff's Department with a felony warrant pickup on Park St.

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