Source: Sherman Publications

Oxford police log

May 11, 2011

Monday, May 9 – Gas leak reported on Broadway.

Sunday, May 8 - A car hit a tree on Cardigan and Kintyre.

*Oxford Police department assisted the Lake Orion Police Department with an intoxicated subject on N. Broadway.

*A caller on Cedarwood told dispatch her husband was sick and needed to be taken to the hospital, but she decided to wait to transport him after she spoke with a doctor.

*An abandoned bike was found on Lincoln and Mechanic.

Saturday, May 7 - Loud music was reported coming from an establishment in the southwest downtown parking lot.

*Loud music reported on S. Washington and W. Burdick. Officer responded to the area and the music was not loud.

*A vehicle with squeaky wheels kept circling the parking lot on Crawford St. Officers did an area check and were unable to locate the vehicle.

Friday, May 6 - A woman from a business on Metamora Rd. reported money went missing from the establishment’s donation box on two separate occasions.

*Report of a blue Mercury van, which was occupied by a white male, driving slowly up and down Thornehill near school buses. Police checked the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle.

*A handgun was reported missing on Hovey.

*A caller said the high school lacrosse game at OES was too loud for her child to sleep. The game was over when police arrived.

Thursday, May 5 - Report of a subject with gray hair smelling like alcohol while getting a hair cut. The subject drove off in a Pontiac Solstice, which the police could not locate.

*A suspicious vehicle, which was unoccupied, was reported behind OES at the soccer field.

*A caller told police that music coming from the SW Lot was louder than her television. The noise complaints went unfounded.

Wednesday, May 4 - A woman on S. Lapeer Rd. reported a possible breaking and entering at her residence. When she returned home after the weekend, she noticed her front door was not locked and it looked to have been forced open. She proceeded to go inside the residence, but did not find anything missing.

*Reports of an older white pickup driving up and down Oxford Lakes and pulling into driveways. Police were unable to locate the vehicle.

*A brush fire was reported on Glaspie. After putting out the fire, a suspicious person was seen walking along Glaspie.

Tuesday, May 3 – A wallet and a set of car keys were stolen from a locker in the men’s locker room at Oxford High School on the evening of Monday, May 2. The suspect then used the keys to unlock the complainant’s door and steal some audio equipment.