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Oxford police log

July 06, 2011

Monday, July 4 - Two home owners on N. Coats Rd. reported their mailboxes had been shot with a gun, along with a road sign. The homeowners believed the responsible party is the driver of an older Chevy Suburban.

*Fireworks complaint on Worthington.

Sunday, July 3 - A gas meter was struck by a vehicle on Stanton. The meter was pushed away from the building and the copper feedline was crimped. No leak was reported at the time.

*Juveniles were reported at the skate park past curfew.

Saturday, July 2 - A caller on Thornehill Trail reported his neighbor was locked out of his house and car and needed assistance.

*A suspicious person was reported on Glaspie. Some citizens flagged down an officer to report an individual in the middle of the street flagging down cars for an unknown reason.

*A caller reported downed power lines on Indianwood between Lapeer Rd. and Joslyn.

Friday, July 1 - Oakland County Sheriff's responded to the scene of a domestic assault on S. Manor after neighbors became concerned about a man pushing a female at the residence. When officers arrived, they found the woman dressed in a shirt and shorts sitting in a garden tub with an inch of water in it. The woman claimed she was not assaulted, and became belligerent when deputies asked her to fill out a statement. She began resisting the deputy, eventually striking him in the shoulder and scratching his arm, causing him to bleed. The deputy nearly Tasered the woman, but didn't due to her soaking wet clothing. She continued to resist the officer the entire time, and when the officer managed to get her outside the residence, the woman refused to get into the squad car or be examined by the Oxford Fire Department. She was eventually placed inside the vehicle and taken to Oakland County Jail. Upon speaking with the females mother, the deputy learned the woman had a bacteria infection in her skin, so he was advised to go to POH for a check-up. A warrant request was presented for resisting and obstructing a police officer and assaulting a police officer.

*A woman reported having problems with her neighbors children, who were continually trespassing on her property. The woman told deputies she had previously spoken with the children and their parents, but nothing was happening. She was advised to post no trespassing signs.

Thursday, June 30 - A purse was reported stolen from a vehicle in a parking lot on N. Lapeer Rd.

Wednesday, June 29 - Village officers received a report of a barking dog on Center St.

*Oxford fire department had to help a four-year-old who got his finger stuck in a seat belt hole.

*Breaking and entering reported on Barr Rd.

Tuesday, June 28 - A fawn was trapped in a fence on Glaspie St. The owner was contacted to unlock a gate in the fence.