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Oxford police log

April 06, 2011

Monday, April 4 - A backpack containing a laptop was found at the Park and Ride at Lapeer and Oakwood Rd. and dropped off to Oakland County Sheriff Oxford Township Substation. After notifying the owner, she picked it up and told officers her laptop went missing after she had some of her friends over to her house in Ortonville.

*Police assisted the fire department with a 29-year-old having chest pains on Broadway.

*A two car accident was reported on Lapeer and Indianwood. No injuries were reported.

*Police unlocked a silver jeep on S. Washington.

*Police were alerted to a possible assault that was currently in progress on Laurel Leah.

*Private property accident occurred on Franklin Lake.

Sunday, April 3 - A caller on Golf Villa Dr. reported seeing an unknown individual in front of her house on foot.

*A suspicious vehicle on Dennison was seen doing laps around the block. It turned out the vehicle's owner lived on Dennison.

*A suspicious vehicle was reported on Lakes Edge Dr. A black Lincoln with tinted windows, was parked in front of an address for 30 minutes with it's motor running.

Saturday, April 2 - A white van was possibly stealing pallets from businesses on Glaspie St. Police were unable to locate the van.

*Family trouble was reported on Shummard Branch.

*A caller reported a small child was left alone in a vehicle at an establishment on S. Lapeer Rd.

*An officer reported finding a vehicle parked on the side of Lakeville Rd. in front of an establishment.

*Oxford police assisted the Lake Orion Police Department with an assault on E. Flint St. They transported the Lake Orion prisoner from another incident to their station while the LOPD responded to the original assault call.

*Police received a tip about an underage drinking party on Broadway.

*Oxford police assisted the Lake Orion police with two females fighting at a location on E. Flint St.

*A caller on Deer Path Trail reported that her laundry room and garage smelled like gas.

Friday, April 1 - A man called the Oakland County Sheriff's Dept. on his ex-girlfriend because she wanted to take his car to work.

*A bag was taken from an unlocked vehicle on State St. in Oxford Twp.. According to the reporting individual, the bag only contained a work identification and a pay stub. There were no signs of forced damage to the vehicle.

*A male walking along E. Drahner called police and told them someone was following him and he did not want them to.

*Report of intoxicated teens on Pontiac St. An officer made contact with the teens and determined they were not intoxicated.

*A Ford explorer was hit by a white car on S. Washington.

*A domestic was in process on Pontiac and Pocahontas. A female struck a male, who proceeded to strike her back.

*A caller reported a fire on Metamora Rd., north of Davison Lake Rd. The caller then located the fire, which turned out to be a brush fire on Duke Rd.

*Dispatch received a report of a home occupant burning something behind an address on Pontiac St. After looking through the burn permits, it was discovered no permit was issued for that address.

*An officer was unable to gain access to a locked mini-cooper.

Thursday, March 31 - A female on S. Washington was upset and complaining of neck pain.

*A possible operating while intoxicated was reported on S. Washington. The caller told police the driver of a silver Dodge Intrepid had an open container of beer while driving. Unfortunately, the caller lost site of the driver.

*Parking complaint on Dennison with a small car parked in front of the reporting person's driveway. A citation was issued to the owner of the car and the vehicle was moved.

*A woman on Stanton reported her boyfriend's mother was harassing her.

Wednesday, March 30 - Report of a family disturbance on Wyndham. A brother and sister began verbally arguing with each other after the brother found his sister wearing his hoodie. He then reportedly spit in his sister's face six times before his younger brother intervened and tried to stop the argument. The two brothers then began to fight with each other. In the end, the older brother was placed under arrest for domestic assault. It was then discovered he had two previous arrest warrants, one out of Lake Orion for possession of marijuana and one out of Oakland County for a traffic offense. He was lodged in the Oakland County Jail without incident.

*Oakland County Sheriff's pulled a driver over near S. Baldwin for having a taillight out. After approaching the vehicle, they noticed a backpack in the backseat and when they began asking the driver about the backpack, the driver began to get nervous and said it was just school supplies. Upon further investigation, they discovered bags of marijuana, a digital scale and some ziplock bags. The driver was issued a citation for the tail light being out and a warrant was being prepared for possession of marijuana.

*Report of neighbor trouble on Breezewood.

*A woman came home to her residence on Crawford St. to find that her bedroom might have been ransacked and her laptop was missing.

*Report of a loose pit bull on Division. Officers were unable to locate the dog.

*On Park St., some juveniles were shooting something near a white house with a shed attached to it. An officer made contact with the subjects, who were shooting bottle rockets. They were advised.

*Loose pit bull on East St. The owner of the dog was cited.

Tuesday, March 29 - Welfare check on a subject on Crawford St. Police were unable to make contact with the subject, but made contact with a neighbor who spoke with the subject earlier that morning.

*A suspicious circumstance was reported on N. Oxford Rd. A jeep was stopped on the curb and the driver did not acknowledge when a female beeped her horn at him. It turned out it was a student who ran out of gas.

*Two Hispanic males were seen by the back door of an establishment on S. Washington St. swearing at the owner of the establishment.

*An I-pod went missing from the locker room area at Oxford High School.