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October 19, 2011 - Monday, October 17 - Oakland County Sheriffs were dispatched to Chinkapin Rill for a malicious destruction of property to a vehicle. A women found softball size damage to her windshield, along with writing on both her windshield and garage door.

*Hit and run accident reported at Lapeer and Market St.

*A woman on Dunlap Circle reported to officers an intoxicated man attempted to beat up her son.

Sunday, October 16 - Officers assisted a female citizen who fell to the ground on S. Washington. The female, who was intoxicated, refused medical treatment and told officers she had a designated driver for her ride home.

*A caller on Vivian Ln. reported someone was in her backyard.

Saturday, October 15 - Larceny of scrap metal from the back of a building on S. Washington.

*A possible operating while intoxicated was reported on W. Burdick. A white van was seen driving all over the road and slamming on its breaks. It turned out the driver had a suspended license. The vehicle was parked and the driver was waiting for a ride.

*A female on Foreland said the driver of a black truck tried to run her and her friend over before leaving the scene. The female did not want to pursue further charges.

Friday, October 14 - Suspicious circumstance reported on Moon and Lapeer Rd. The complainant said he was checking the park area when he noticed graffiti on a table and a note on a park bench asking people to call this number if interested in making adult movies. The complainant called the number, which turned out to be legitimate, and immediately notified Oakland County Sheriffs.

*Breaking and entering discovered on S. Lapeer Rd.

Thursday, October 13 - Retail fraud reported at a business on N. Lapeer Rd. The suspect allegedly tried to conceal some trading cards inside his pants pocket before discarding the wrapper. The suspect then purchased candy at the register and left the store, but did not pay for the trading cards. The suspect was apprehended and brought back into the store, where it was discovered he also had headphones and a phone case inside his pocket. The suspect was given a ticket for retail fraud.

*Reckless driver reported on N. Washington and W. Burdick. The driver in front of the reporting person kept slowing down and hitting the brakes.

*A caller on Louck reported hearing a female, possibly coming from the NE or SE lot area of Washington St., scream for help.

Wednesday, October 12 - Customer trouble reported at an establishment on S. Lapeer Rd. An employee, who was not working, and a customer got into a verbal altercation. The employee told responding deputies the customer would come in and constantly harass him, and the previous day they got into verbal altercation as well. Both the employee and his father told deputies they felt threatened by the customer. They were advised how to obtain a personal protection order, while the customer was issued an appearance ticket for disorderly person.

*Dispatch received a call about a domestic in progress on Crawford St. The caller stated a man beat his girlfriend, and that she was unresponsive. However, the caller sounded under the influence of something. Dispatch lost contact with the caller and was unable to reestablish contact.

Tuesday, October 11 - Suspicious person reported on Pontiac St. An 11-year-old was walking home from school on Pontiac St. when she was approached by a man in a white car, who asked her to get into his car inorder to help him look for his lost dog. When the girl ran away from the man, he drove off heading north on Pontiac St. The vehicle was later located on Hovey, and the suspicious man was later identified by the grandfather and father of the girl as someone they knew. The incident is still under investigation by the Oakland County Sheriff's Dept.

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