Source: Sherman Publications

Oxford police log

September 14, 2011

Monday, September 12 - Debris was reported in the road following an automobile accident on S. Lapeer and W. Drahner.

*Extra patrol was scheduled for the Oxford Community Schools School Board meeting that evening due to some threats the districtís administration office received.

Sunday, September 11 - A caller reported someone shot a pellet through the side of his pool.

*A loud party was reported at an address on Woodleigh Way. Officers made contact and the party quieted down. Officers received word later in the evening the party had gotten loud again.

*Juveniles were spotted climbing on construction scaffolding on Pontiac St. The juveniles were located, warned and sent on their way.

*A natural death was called in after a 41-year-old man was found cold and stiff on S. Washington.

Saturday, September 10 - Report of juvenile mischief on Atlantis Circle. A male subject was standing in front of his home reporting a small fire was on his front porch and he could not see the responsible person. Deputies found what appeared to be a burnt paper bag with either human or dog feces in it on the front deck leading to the home. The reporting person was able to put the fire out, but could not give a description of the suspect(s).

*Oakland County Sheriffís deputies busted an illegal alien from Mexico following a traffic stop on Pontiac St. Deputies discovered numerous tickets out of Clinton Twp., Sterling Heights and Dearborn. The deputies were advised to advise the man and release him by the three offices, as well as by border patrol and I.C.E. Deputies photographed the subject, wrote him a citation and impounded the subjectís vehicle before releasing the subject.

*A caller on S. Washington reported her nephew was assaulted by another individual on S. Washington.

*A caller reported to officers a male was lurking by a door on W. Burdick. The male was found and sent on his way.

*Officers received word about a juvenile shooting paintballs at passing cars on Broadway.

Friday, September 9 - Oakland County Sheriffís deputies responded to a report of an operating while intoxicated on Teelin and Lapeer Rd. Dispatch reported the vehicle was driving all over the road and was stuck when it hit a tree. The driver eventually freed the vehicle and was seen heading west on Teelin. Deputies were able to locate the driver, who consented to a PBT and blew a .146. The driver was placed under arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

*A woman discovered what appeared to be a bullet hole in her back door. Deputies observed the hole, which appeared to originate from outside the garage. There was no sign of damage or a projectile inside the garage. Both the woman and neighbors said they did not hear anything that sounded like a gunshot.

*Suspicious vehicle was seen in a parking lot on N. Lapeer Rd. with itís lights on for over an hour. It turned out to be a couple talking.

*A Buick Lacrosse was hit by an unknown vehicle on Oxford Lakes Dr.

*A caller on Bay Pointe Dr. reported her house was egged and her husband was able to get the license plate of the responsible vehicle.

Thursday, September 8 - A woman on Hunters Rill reported seeing an unknown female enter her vehicle, which was parked outside of her residence. The reporting person exited her residence and ran towards the vehicle, causing the female to run away. The woman told deputies there were no valuables inside the vehicle. Deputies were unable to locate the suspect.

*Accident on S. Washington and Mechanic.

Wednesday, September 7 - A man on Glass Lake Circle reported fraudulent charges on his debit card over a two month period.

*Disturbing the peace was reported on Park St. for a chainsaw running at 7 a.m. at a house that was under construction. The homeowner was advised.

*Stolen vehicle reported on Laurel Leah.

*A man on N. Baldwin wanted to file a threats report for a political threat made on the television against his political party.

*A caller reported he thought he heard car alarms going off in the SW parking lot. It turned out to be a carpet cleaning crew cleaning an establishment with loud equipment. The workers were advised.

Tuesday, September 6 - An I-pod touch was stolen from a home on Oxford Lakes Dr.

*Suspicious vehicle reported on W. Burdick.

*A caller informed village officers he was following a driver who appeared to be operating under the influence on Pleasant and W. Burdick because the driver was swerving in the lane and kept crossing the double yellow line. Officers found the driver and determined there was nothing wrong.