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Domestic violence On Jan. 15, at 11:38 a.m., Genesee County Sheriff Deputies from Atlas Township responded to the 5100 block of Stimson Road and arrested a male juvenile for domestic violence....more >>

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Mailbox mischief On Jan. 26, a Brandon deputy responded to the 1800 block of Viola. The complainant said someone took the mailbox off the post in front of his home. The case is open....more >>

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Counterfeit cash Police are investigating an upcropping of counterfeit $20 bills in Lake Orion. The most recent report of a counterfeit bill came from a business on N. Park Boulevard, according to reports....more >>

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Slamming sounds A man who called police Feb. 1 told responding deputies he was in the bathroom about 9:30 p.m. when he heard a "slamming sound" coming from the front of his apartment in the 3000 block of Sunrise Circle....more >>

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Monday, February 1, station #3 investigated strong odors of natural gas in a Brown Road business's break room. Station #3 responded to a "vehicle v. tree" accident on Baldwin Road, north of Brown....more >>

Oxford Police Log

Monday, February 8 - There was a suspicious vehicle reported on Pleasant. It had its parking lights on. An officer made contact with the vehicle and determined that it was people waiting for the school bus....more >>
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Born December 22nd
1858: Giacomo Puccini, Italian operatic composer best known for Madam Butterfly.
1883: Arthur Wergs Mitchell, first African-American to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
1912: Claudia Lady Bird Johnson, wife of President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
December 22nd
in history
1807: Congress passes the Embargo Act, which halts all trading completely. It is hoped that the act will keep the United States out the European Wars.
1829: The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad opens the first passenger railway line.
1918: The last of the food restrictions, that had been enforced because of the shortages during World War I, are lifted.
1929: Soviet troops leave Manchuria after a truce is reached with the Chinese over the Eastern Railway dispute.
1941: Japanese troops make an amphibious landing on the coast of Lingayen Gulf on Luzon, the Philippines. Remembering the Bataan Death March.