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August 24, 2011 - Monday, August 22 - Oakland County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the scene of a forced entry at a business on S. Lapeer Rd. When deputies arrived, they saw what appeared to be pry marks on the door jamb, even though the door was secure. A check of the exterior of the building revealed the rest of the doors and windows to be secure. Upon entering the building, the owner discovered approximately $70 had been taken from the cash box.

*A caller reported hearing two gunshots in the area of Doral.

*A caller on Lakeville Rd. reported juveniles were throwing balloons at passing motorists on Lakeville Rd. near Chinkapinrill.

Sunday, August 21 - A woman on Woodside Dr. reported someone entered her vehicle and took $100 in cash from her purse. Nothing else was taken from the vehicle.

*A man on Sandhurst was arrested for domestic abuse after he allegedly struck his wife in the face following an argument over the lawn being mowed by their son. The man admitted to arguing with his wife and pushing her to the ground, but he denied striking her. The man was placed under arrest and taken to Oakland County Jail.

*Officers received word about two intoxicated males arguing on S. Washington. One male took off on foot into an apartment and out the apartment's back window. The male was later apprehended and cited for disorderly conduct.

Saturday, August 20 -

*A caller on East St. advised officers his oxygen tank was tangled and he needed someone to come undo it for him. When officers arrived, they found his air hose caught on a piece of furniture. The officer was able to free the hose, and the subject advised the officer his nurse was on the way and the Oxford Fire Department did not need to take him to the hospital.

*A caller reported seeing a possible road range incident between three vehicles on Washington and Burdick. All the vehicles involved were located and stopped.

Friday, August 19 - A resident on Mechanic St. complained that the construction crew working at Daniel Axford Elementary School was making too much noise before 7 a.m.

*Hit and run reported at Washington/Burdick.

*Officers received a report about protestors in front of a building on E. Burdick. Officers spoke with the protestors and the reporting person and everything was all set.

*A caller on X-Celsior reported seeing smoke coming from behind an address. Even though officers could not locate the source of the smoke on X-Celsior, they did locate a bonfire on Metamora.

Thursday, August 18 - Accident on S. Washington and Stanton.

*A man reported he might have found his bike that was stolen a month ago, along with the responsible party near a bike rack on Glaspie St.

*The manager of a business on S. Washington reported a man left with a bottle of beer and refused to leave it in the building.

Wednesday, August 17 - Report of an unwanted individual on Dunlap Circle. A man was standing on the porch of a trailer and yelling at the homeowner. The man could be heard slurring his words and his voice was carrying across the lawn and into the street. The trailer's owner informed deputies when they arrived the man lived with him in the trailer, but had started to become argumentative and combative. Deputies asked the man to take a PBT, which he consented to and blew a .203. He was given a ticket for disorderly conduct and was in the process of being taken to Oakland County Jail when deputies discovered the man had an outstanding warrant for larceny. The man was advised of the warrant and lodged in OCJ after being questioned at the Oxford substation.

*A Chevy Malibu was reported to be driving recklessly all over Lapeer Rd. The car was stopped south of Market St.

Tuesday, August 16 - A phone and I-pod were reported missing following a varsity cross country practice on Glaspie St. The items were later found in the boys bathroom.

*A woman reported to police a mirror had been broken off her vehicle while it was parked on S. Washington and Dennison.

*Village officers received word about juveniles causing problems at the playground by Daniel Axford Elementary. Officers spoke with a woman on the playground who said a group of teens was being vocal. Officers checked with a group of teens they found on Mechanic, who admitted to yelling and acting dumb. They were advised and released.

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