October 05, 2011 - Monday, October 3 - A subject walked into the Village Police station to report being hit by a car earlier that morning. According to the accident report, at approximately 8:20 a.m., a 16-year-old male was using the Polly Ann Trail to cross Pleasant St. and walk to Oxford High School when he was allegedly struck by a vehicle in the crosswalk. Oxford Village Police Chief Mike Neymanowski said he was told by the juvenile the driver of the vehicle stopped to check to see if he was ok before taking off. The victim's grandmother stated the driver of the vehicle was at fault for hitting her grandson. However, it is posted at the trail that pedestrians must come to a complete stop and yield the right away to motor vehicles. No injuries were found following the juvenile being checked at POH, but the grandmother indicated their were some slight abrasions on the victims right leg extending up to his chest, according to the report. If you have any information about this incident, contact Village Police at (248) 628-2525.
*A motorist reported a person lying on the side of S. Lapeer and Moon Rd. Oakland County Sheriff's located the subject and gave him a ride home.
*Suspicious person was reported on Glaspie and Powell. A citizen complained the individual was previously seen checking out cars in the parking lot at Oxford High School. Village Officers checked out the subject and determined everything was ok.
*A tan car ran red bus flashers on Stanton.
Sunday, October 2 - Village officers assisted the Oakland County Sheriffs Department with a medical on Worthington.
*Female juvenile was spotted out past curfew. The female was transported from Washington and Burdick St. to her residence on S. Glaspie, where she was turned over to her father.
*Kids were spotted throwing cones onto Glaspie St. in front of cars.
*Reckless driver reported on East. St. The driver of a gold town car blew a stop sign and sped off down the street.
*A caller stated a female in a Saturn Vue was blocking a driveway on W. Burdick and refusing to move for anyone.
Saturday, October 1 - Possible operating while intoxicated reported on W. Burdick and N. Washington. An officer located the vehicle and made a traffic stop.
*Larceny reported on East St. The individual reported a male subject stole $150 from him.
*Report of skateboarders in the NE Lot playing loud music behind a building. The owner of an establishment said he gave the skateboarders permission to do so.
*A wallet was turned into the Village police station.
*A stray dog was found and returned to its owner on East St.
*Disorderly conduct reported on Hudson. Passengers were getting off of a bus parked in the lot behind the village station and using the bathroom near the fence. An officer spoke with the driver and informed him of the complaint. The driver said they would be leaving in 30 minutes. The bus was still in the parking lot when complaints were made about loud music and people being rowdy on the bus. The bus then left a few minutes later.
*A gas container was reported to be on fire on N. Lapeer Rd. The fire was put out.
Friday, September 30 - A silver Flex was unable to hold its lane on Seymour Lake Rd. and Waterstone.
*A dumpster was damaged by a garbage truck in the SE Lot.
*Village officers assisted a citizen who got locked out of his vehicle while getting gas on N. Lapeer Rd.
*A caller on Baldwin reported someone was holding a knife to her sisters throat while she was on the phone with her.
Thursday, September 29 - Report of a subject carrying a skateboard on Glaspie and making obscene gestures at passer-bys. Police were unable to locate the subject.
* Report of an Oldsmobile missing the driveway to a establishment on W. Burdick and getting stuck in the rocks. Police were not able to locate the vehicle.
*A citizen made a report of a bike being stolen. However, the bike in question was in police lock-up.
*Village officers gave directions to a lost truck driver.
*Suspicious vehicle on W. Burdick.
Wednesday, September 28 - A caller on Crawford St. reported having problems with her boyfriend and coming home to a threatening note taped on her door. She wanted police to make sure her apartment was safe.
*A caller reported an alarm in the area of Pleasant and Lafayette was going off for two days.
Tuesday, September 27 - A caller on Tanview reported someone was trying to break into her residence.
*Malicious destruction of property reported on W. Burdick. The caller reported someone egged his car.
*Possible operating while intoxicated reported on S. Lapeer Rd. for a van driving all over the road.
*A caller wanted an officer to check on a member of her church, who lived in the area of Pontiac and Park St., who was in a domestic relationship.