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Oxford police log

August 03, 2011

Monday, August 1 - A female was out with an intoxicated male on Lakeville Rd. and State St. The male was lying on the ground near his bike and was yelling at two females. The man consented to a PBT (he blew .310). The man was given a citation for disorderly conduct and informed of outstanding warrants from Oakland County Sheriff's for larceny. He was taken to POH by Oxford FD.

Sunday, July 31 - Larceny from auto reported on Lakesview. A man reported his wallet stolen and fraudulent charges on his credit cards.

Saturday, July 30 - A man on Pontiac St. reported someone broke into his apartment through an open bedroom window and stole a video game console and games. The complaint thought the suspect might have been a neighbor, and a witness confirmed seeing the suspected neighbor carrying something square and black to a truck with an unknown driver early in the morning.

*Oakland County Sheriff's responded twice to a residence on Deer Path Trail for a suspected home invasion. The home owner's son went to the residence and found a door to the basement open. Nothing appeared to be missing, but a workout machine and couch were pushed over. Later that evening, the son spotted an unknown individual running from the patio. However, it was dark and no identification could be made.

Wednesday, July 27 - A two car accident occurred at Lapeer Rd. and Oakwood Rd. Around 6:04 p.m. A female resident of Ortonville, 52, was traveling east on Oakwood when she stopped at Lapeer Rd. and was rear ended by a male Clarkston resident, 59. The male thought she was going to pull onto Lapeer Rd. The male was issued a citation for failure to stop within assured clear distance.

Tuesday, July 26 - An Oakland County Sheriff's Deputy responded to reports of gunfire going off in the area of Sanders Rd. north of Drahner. The deputy located the source of the gunfire, which was coming from a gun range on a private residence. Officer spoke with the homeowner, who knew the law and the only guns they were firing were handguns. The deputy filed a report saying the gun range was within the requirements for the township's new ordinance.