October 12, 2011 - Monday, October 10 - Village officers were made aware of a gold truck driving all over S. Washington and hitting curbs. The truck was last seen entering the Oxford Marketplace. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
*Two juveniles were reported running on the roof of an establishment on N. Washington. The juveniles said they had permission from the owner of the establishment to be there, but they were advised by the officer it was not safe to be there and they came down.
Sunday, October 9 - An Oakland County Sheriff's deputy put down an injured deer found on Lakeville Rd.
*Area check for a golf cart driving up and down Lakes Edge Dr. The cart was last seen heading towards Oxford Lakes Dr. Officers were unable to locate the golf cart.
*A golf cart was reported to be driving down the Polly Ann Trail from Pleasant heading towards Burdick.
*A caller stated he witnessed a hit and run in Oxford Marketplace. The driver of a Toyota four-runner hit a transport van in the parking lot. The driver of the van did not call and report the accident.
*A caller reported suspicious males were looking into vehicles on Laurel Leah.
Saturday, October 8 - Oakland County Sheriff's pulled over a driver on S. Lapeer Rd. after they noticed a stump grinder was not secured on the trailer behind his vehicle. It turned out the driver of the vehicle was driving on a suspended license. The truck and trailer were impounded.
*Suspicious circumstance reported on Park St. People in a Ford F-250 were dumping garbage in a dumpster that did not belong to them. An officer reported back to the caller the individuals made arrangements with the owner of the dumpster and were clear to be dumping.
*A male was passed out on Lakes Edge Dr.
*Report of a transformer fire on N. Oxford Rd. The fire went out while responding firefighters were en route.
Friday, October 7 - Report of a subject trying to enter a home on Indian Knolls in Oxford Twp. When deputies arrived, they observed the male suspect standing on the back deck, highly intoxicated. Officers were able to identify the man and determined he lived at a residence on Davison in Oxford Village. The man admitted to drinking earlier that evening and thought he was at his residence. The man was arrested and issued a citation for disorderly person and transported back to his residence and released.
*Steel was reported stolen on Louck.
Thursday, October 6 - A car was reported stolen from an address on Worthington. The subject who reported the vehicle stolen called the Village Police back later that evening to report he found his vehicle.
*Police received word about juveniles ringing doorbells and running on Vivian Lane. Police were alerted the juveniles were hiding in the woods.
*Kids were reported to be messing with items behind a business on Louck.
*A woman told Village officers her son stole money from her bank account.
Wednesday, October 5 - Suspicious vehicle reported on Lakes Edge Dr. A car with a loud exhaust drove past a residence a couple of times with no lights on.
*A Cadillac, heading north along M-24, was running red lights and vehicles off the road. Oakland County Sheriffs located the vehicle and stopped it.
*Juveniles were spotted by the fence at Daniel Axford mooning kids on the playground.
*An intoxicated male was spotted running in and out of traffic on Washington St.
Tuesday, October 4 - A male Crossroads for Youth resident struck another resident in the back of the head because the victim passed gas in front of the responsible. The responsible said he was tired of the victim teasing him and that this incident was the last thing he could take.
*Embezzlement was reported at a business on S. Washington. An employee admitted to doing it.
*A caller wanted to speak with an officer about subjects on a pontoon boat coming near the caller's shoreline with binoculars and scanning the caller's house.