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Oxford police log

December 07, 2011

Monday, December 5 - A woman reported to Village Police her husband was bitten on the leg by a dog during the downtown Christmas parade on Saturday.

*A strong odor of marijuana was coming from a building on Crawford St.

Sunday, December 4 - A resident at the senior complex on Market St. made a report to the Oakland County Sheriff's saying a nurse allegedly pushed her onto the toilet, pushed her onto the bed and pulled a blanket over her face. OCS are still investigating the incident.

*An individual found a buck knife in a parking lot on S. Washington.

Saturday, December 3 - Disorderly conduct reported at a establishment on S. Lapeer Rd. While on patrol, an Oakland County Sheriff Deputy noticed a white male from Lake Orion slumped over in his driver seat and head not moving. When the deputy approached and looked in the side window, he caught the man performing a sexual act on himself while reading a pornographic magazine. The deputy also observed two unopened liters of vodka sitting next to each other in the passenger seat. When given a personal breath test, the man blew a .10 percent BAC. Upon a further search of the vehicle, the deputy found several maps and a bag of candy. The man said he did not travel and had no answer for why he had the candy. The deputy again told the man his actions made him seem like he was there to expose himself or pick up children, and the man never denied the allegations. The man was issued a ticket for disorderly conduct.

*Officer out with an intoxicated subject on S. Washington and W. Burdick.

*A caller reported hearing shots fired near Clear Lake Elementary. The caller was transferred to the Oakland County Sheriff's Dept.

Friday, December 2 - A caller on First St. stated seeing a male dressed in all black in her neighbors yard. Once the male saw her, he took off and hid in some nearby bushes.

Thursday, December 1 - A Rochester Hills driver, 18, was traveling east on Oakwood at a high rate of speed for muddy conditions, lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree after running off the road.

*A motorist observed the driver of a Trailblazer force another vehicle off the road north of Drahner.

*A male subject exposed himself to a shop owner on S. Washington St. The owner called the Oxford Chamber of Commerce, and by the time someone from the Chamber got there, the man had left the store. The business owner wanted to report the incident.

*Suspicious person reported at an establishment on S. Washington. A man went into a business and appeared to be intoxicated. He tried to call a worker into the tanning area after he disrobed, but the worker would not go back there. The man come to the front of the establishment wearing only bib-overalls and made strange comments to the caller. The subject then left the establishment a short time later.

*A caller on Scarlet reported someone was shooting at her house.

Wednesday, November 30 - A vehicle was stolen from a residence on Thornehill Trail..

*Report of a domestic assault on E. Burdick. The assailant threw a hot cup of tea on the victim before trying to run the victim over with a car.

*Suspicious vehicle reported in a driveway on Dayton. A white van with no markings on it was backed into a driveway.