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Oxford police log

November 09, 2011

Sunday, November 6 - Area check for people smashing pumpkins on Division and East St.

*Lock box was stolen out of the back of a pickup truck on Oxford Lakes Dr.

Saturday, November 5 - Malicious destruction of property reported on Paradise Trail. Deputies received word that four to six male juveniles were spotted behind the condominiums in the garage area, where one male spraypainted a letter on a door before the group took off.

*Report of embezzlement at a business on N. Lapeer Rd. An employee admitted to allegedly stealing a total of $300 from a cash drawer over the course of multiple days.

*A caller on S. Washington and W. Burdick reported that a dark-colored Dodge Ram struck a Land Rover in the parking lot and left the scene of the accident. The possible responsible vehicle was located on Haven in Leonard.

Friday, November 4 - An Oakland County Sheriff deputy was traveling along Coats Rd. near Hummer Lake Rd. when he struck a deer, damaging the right front fender of his patrol vehicle.

Thursday, November 3 - Larceny reported on Market St. A woman discovered approximately $60 was taken from her purse in her apartment.

*It appeared someone tried to start a fire in a woman's yard on Thomas Rd.

*A white vehicle was spotted on the side of the road at Baldwin and Granger for over an hour with a young female sitting in it.

Wednesday, November 2 - A harassment complaint was reported at Oxford High School. The male complainant said another male student came up from behind him and grabbed the complaintant's nipple, and also stuck his hand down his pants and asked the complainant to smell it when he pulled it out.

*Malicious destruction of property reported on Lakeville Rd. A back window to a vehicle was shattered by a nickel sized rock. Deputies believed the damage occured when a lawn mower kicked up a rock and shattered the window.

*Suspicious circumstance reported Lakes Edge Dr. Some juveniles were running between houses with backpacks. When they ran between an off duty deputies residence, the deputy heard a bang on his home. He took off and began chasing one of the juveniles, and caught the juvenile at an address on Lakes Edge Dr. An officer transported the juvenile to a residence on Laurel Leah.

Tuesday, November 1 - Some video games systems were stolen from a residence on N. Oxford Rd. The reporting person believed the suspect was an individual who used to live at the residence. The reporting person also informed deputies the suspect kept over uninvited and sleeping in her pole barn.

*It was discovered on Monday, Oct. 31 that some vulgar images and messages were spraypainted on the windows and exterior walls at Clear Lake Elementery.

*Report of shots being fired at Thomas and Second.

*Two juveniles reported driving recklessly on Oxford Lakes Dr. They nearly hit a sign and garbage can. They were last seen heading south on Oxford Lakes Dr.