Trespassing on Glaspie St. It also looked like someone tried to pry her window open to enter. A mans 1992 Buick vehicle was found on fire while at work on S. Lapeer Rd. This was without the owners knowledge or permission. Three hundred dollars worth of stereo equipment was stolen from a vehicle on Harwood Dr. Reports of someone breaking a glass office window at a sand and gravel company on Lakeville Rd. The deputies found the man hiding in the woods with a nail gun and hammer. Sunday, September 16 A womans pink wallet was stolen from her childs diaper bag while at a bowling alley on Lapeer Rd. This form is to request a copy of an Arrest Report, or a Police Report from the Oxford Police Department. Saturday, July 7 A man on Snow Flake Ct. contacted sheriffs deputies after his wife hadnt returned home in two days. His blood alcohol content was .379 percent. Saturday, December 23 A 25-year-old man from Lapeer was arrested for his second drunken driving offense while traveling on Oakwood Rd. The department is a member of the Oakland County Chiefs Association as well as the Michigan Police Chiefs Association. The homeowner suffered minor burns to his legs and was transported to POH for treatment. A noise complaint was lodged about a loud party at a condo on Seymour Lake Rd. The mother and daughter in the home had no idea what was going on. The woman thinks the papers have private credit information she didnt want him to have. Aaron Michael Garcia was allegedly caught trying to break into the Frosty Boy drive-thru window using an umbrella pole on May 28 by the village police. A young Lapeer man was arrested trying to shoplift two DVDs (value of $39.99) from a N. Lapeer Rd. A village police officer saw a campfire in the backyard of a home on Broadway. The kids actually had toy guns and were waiting for other friends to come play war with them. A handwritten note was also discovered at the home. Two sisters on Gill Ave. who still live at home with their mother received minor injuries after their argument turned into a shoving match. She admitted to drinking vodka at her friends house and was arrested and cited for minor consuming alcohol. The suspect dropped a purse as he left. and Delano caused a small gas leak and fire. The man demanded he get his gun back and fled before deputies arrived. A garbage truck took down a power line on Olive. His preliminary breath test was .17 percent. Deputies were called to an alarm at some model homes on S. Lapeer Rd. Saturday, June 7 A 16-year-old boy and a 15-year-old boy ran away from Crossroads for Youth. Sheriffs deputies were dispatched to a home on Maynard Circle for family trouble. An 81-year-old Oxford man died by suicide at his home on Oakwood Road. A 13-year-old girl reported that she was sexually assaulted behind the library on Pontiac St. by a 20-year-old man she knew. A 15-year-old boy on Laurel Leah got into an argument with a 14-year-old boy over threatening messages that were sent to him over the internet. He told the deputy he didnt know who was driving the car when he really did. Saturday, December 15 A white male entered a gas stations convenience store on N. Lapeer Rd. The case is open pending prosecution review. An owners manual, cell phone and charger and sunglasses were stolen from two different vehicles at a home on Lakesview. After they were located, the 19-year-old driver was arrested for driving with a suspended license and cited for being a minor in possession of alcohol. He believes his daughters ex-boyfriend may be behind the fraud. A mother on Meadow View reported that her 29-year-old daughter may be missing after taking a trip to Kalamazoo. Juvenile complaints on E. Manor. An unknown person keyed? A wallet was stolen from a mans vehicle on Sandhurst. Saturday, September 15 An Oxford woman on Hunters Rill was given information on how to obtain a personal protection order after her babys father from Sterling Heights threatened to kill her and the child. A girl rode her bike to a coffee shop on S. Washington. grabbed her by the arm and yelled at her. Her credit cards and cash was inside the purse. The man has done this in the past, but only received a verbal warning not to impersonate an officer. Monday, January 1 A woman on Coryell Dr. called deputies after her husband of 34 years threw her out of their house. Starting at 2010, it had a staff of around 40. Nine flood lights used to illuminate a subdivision sign on Turnberry were stolen. A 20-year-old man was arrested on Lapeer Rd. Tuesday, September 6 A Rochester Hills womans wallet was stolen and she was notified that one of her credit cards was used at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. A laptop, stereo, bowling equipment, purse, textbooks, among other things, were stolen. They both denied anything got physical, but witnesses disagreed. A husband on St. Andrews locked his wife out of their house after an argument about him being unfaithful. Nothing got physical, but she wanted to make a written report. Saturday, June 17 A face was spray painted in red on the windows and door handles or a car on W. Drahner. Wednesday, May 31 Unknown person(s) broke a light at an association beach near Point Dr. Village police were dispatched to a home on Oxford Lakes Dr. for suspicious circumstances. The vehicle was parked in her garage, but she had left the door open. Oxford Police Reports added by on December 27, 2006View all posts by . A woman on Glaspie called village police after a check her ex-husband wrote her couldnt be cashed due to insufficient funds. Sunday, December 10 An 18-year-old woman was observed taking jewelry and trying to leave a store on N. Lapeer Rd. A child was inside the cart, but was uninjured. The man was seen swerving on Moon Rd. Friday, January 25 A man on N. Lapeer Rd. A man driving a large pick-up truck nearly ran another man driving a Jeep off the road as he passed by. A fingerprint was lifted from another piece of evidence. Two 20-year-old Oxford men were cited for driving unregistered dirt bikes on Coats Rd. A 23-year-old pregnant woman on Dunlap Circle called deputies after her 25-year-old live-in boyfriend kicked her in the abdomen. Friday, September 8 A 26-year-old man from Lapeer was caught trying to fill a bogus prescription for Vicodin at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. The bikes were impounded. A mailbox was stolen on Manalee. Thursday, September 14 A 20-year-old man was arrested on Spezia for operating while intoxicated. The 15-year-old Oxford boy who made the posting was contacted and said he didnt mean what he said. A woman on Doral came home to find her husband had turned their house upside down. A woman on Pontiac called police to her home to check if her 19-year-old daughter had consumed alcohol. A woman on Dunlap Circle reported that her son stole $385 from her purse and took her vehicle without permission. A 17-year-old boy was arrested on Ray Rd. Oxford Police Reports added by on August 22, 2007View all posts by . Reports of a fight at a restaurant on S. Lapeer. The Oxford Police Department covers roughly 35 square miles (56.33 km2). Sunday, September 9 Complaints of loud parties at a home on Red Barn. A woman on Oakwood Rd. He was issued a citation for retail fraud. Sunday, December 9 Sheriffs deputies and the Oxford Fire Department were dispatched to a home on Malena Lane for a possible shooting/murder with a 15-year-old suspect still in the home. The passenger of the four-door green Chrysler car was apparently distracting the attendant while the gas was being stolen. The woman admitted to taking the pills, but said she flushed them down the toilet in a panic.? Oxford Police Reports added by on June 25, 2008View all posts by . A tree limb fell on top of a mans vehicle on Pontiac St. An area check was conducted for the wolf with negative results. The teacher admitted to pulling the boy by the arm, but said she was yelling at him for harassing another student. Their 16-year-old daughter got angry and began yelling at the dad, to which he pushed her into the deck railing. The man was also driving on a suspended license and had an open bottle of liquor. Wednesday, January 24 A 52-year-old man from Lapeer was arrested on Baldwin for drunken driving for the second time. Deputies pulled over the 30-year-old man and woman who admitted they were soliciting for money, but the man was arrested for an outstanding warrant from another city. Friday, August 31 A womans purse was stolen from her bedroom on Brookhollow Dr. Report of an elderly woman hurt after an automobile accident on Seymour Lake Rd. A 40-year-old man from Warren was transported to POH for a laceration on his hand. at her young children and that other kids were using profanity. Wednesday, May 9 An employee at the library on Pontiac St. reported to sheriffs that shes being harassed by a patron. into the night book drop box at the library on Pontiac, but it was determined the chemical is not hazardous unless ingested or mixed with other chemicals. Reports of a Boston Terrier loose on Hovey St. chasing children. An MP3 player was stolen out of a girls bedroom on Stanton. Thursday, November 1 A 44-year-old Lake Orion man was arrested and cited for his third operating a vehicle while intoxicated offense, fleeing and eluding and for having marijuana in his vehicle. A 48-year-old Oxford man reported that he was in an altercation while at a friends house on Pontiac. His radio, a cell phone and 30 CDs were stolen. Incidents taken from the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and Oxford Fire Department. The man was issued a citation for assault with battery. Reports of medical emergencies on Pembroke, Hummer Lake Rd., Gibson Ave., Market St. and Maynard Circle, Pondview. The woman claims her boyfriend struck her in the side of the head. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, the Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Township Fire Department. A woman on Doral Dr. received a suspicious phone call around 4 a.m. from a man who said he had a bomb. A 51-year-old man was arrested after Oxford Police received a complaint that the mans car was parked on the shoreline of Round Lake, north of Scripter Parks beach. His blood alcohol content was .27 percent. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Fire Department. The man physically fit the description of the suspect, but it wasnt him. She refused medical treatment, but was given information on how to obtain a personal protection order against her boyfriend. reported her license plate stolen off her vehicle. Tuesday, January 2 A 39-year-old woman on Delano called deputies after her 59-year-old male neighbor drove past her barn and pointed his finger at her as if he was shooting her. The son packed his things and left for the evening. believes someones been stealing scrap steel from his business. The mother told police her children were never on the roof. The boys brother was also passed out from alcohol consumption. A woman on Ann Marie Ct. reported identity theft after a store contacted her about someone using her credit card in New Jersey. The man was wearing a navy blue sweatshirt and fled on foot. Oxford Police Reports added by on July 26, 2006View all posts by . A 31-year-old woman called deputies after her 31-year-old female neighbor threw a rock at her trailer causing damage. Officers responded to a report early in the morning of Feb. 21 of a possible gross sexual imposition on Indian Trace Drive. Deputies had to taser the man to get control of him when they arrived on scene. Someone stole a mans amplifier and sub-woofer from his vehicle on N. Lapeer Rd. The woman said she has been receiving hang-up calls for several months. The mother was intoxicated and causing problems with her neighbors while her 7-year-old daughter was watching. A couple on Kirkwood got into a heated argument over sleeping arrangements and the man began throwing things inside the trailer. A 28-year-old man called police after his 29-year-old girlfriend threw a remote control at him. in Orion Twp. Thursday, January 17 A 15-year-old boy and 17-year-old boy ran away from Crossroads for Youth. The woman who was supposedly suicidal said her father, who has Alzheimers, called them mistakenly. Reports of road rage on Coats Rd. reported her wedding ring was stolen from her bathroom counter top. This is higher than the Alabama state crime rate of 3,480 per 100,000 persons and the United States national crime rate of 2,387 per 100,000 persons. By Staff Report. Oxford Police Reports added by on June 28, 2006View all posts by . Tuesday, May 13 A female resident at a group home on S. Coats Rd. The fire department responded to three medical emergencies on Moyer St., Market St. and Brookside Ct. A son on Hunters Rill called deputies after he found his father lying in bed unconscious with the oven on and its door open. When the vehicle stopped, the driver and the front seat passenger fled on foot, but the deputy was able to detain the rear seat passenger. After being in the computer room for 30 minutes, the men told her they couldnt do the installation and left. The fire department was dispatched to a home on East where an infant was choking. A 20-year-old woman on Tanview reported a man stalking her at her home around 1 a.m. She was advised on how to obtain a personal protection order. The man was issued citations for reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failing to report an accident. The sign was broken into three pieces. Nothing seemed to be missing. Many Police Records are available to the public to search or use . Oxford Police Reports added by on October 24, 2007View all posts by . The couple is in the process of trying to get a divorce. Zouhair A. Bouzrara, 61, of 700 Main St., Portland, on a charge of disorderly conduct, 3 a.m. Wednesday, March 1, at Oxford Casino, by Oxford Police Department. The woman is also being suspected of child neglect. A passenger window of a vehicle was broken out at a home on Lakes Edge Dr. This was the second time the vehicles been vandalized in one month. The father said he wouldnt prosecute, but that he wants a personal protection order. No injuries were reported. and stole cigarettes and food items. The box is shaped like a barn and had a large amount of mail inside. Reports of medical emergencies on E. Drahner, Brabb, Chelsea Blvd., Trillium Trail. A Lake Orion mans vehicle window was busted out by an unknown person in the parking lot of a gym on S. Lapeer Rd. A rear door was left unlocked, but no other problems were found. Medical emergency on Humphrey. An unknown person hit a mans mailbox on Deerpath Trail. The boy refused to exit the car, but did once a deputy pulled out his taser gun. They said they were bored. The victims both said the suspect was only joking and that he makes comments about robbing the place all the time. The suspect also shattered the back window of his other car. and then fleeing. His father agreed to pay for the cost of the window. Eyewitnesses shared a video of a fight breaking out on Cowley Road in Oxford . Sunday, October 7 A married couple on Ottawa Trail got into an argument about their daughter losing her cell phone. The two girls were told to stay away from each other. His blood alcohol level was .12 percent. She ran to a gas station after the incident and the man took off. A 19-year-old Oxford man turned himself into the police for two minor in possession warrants he had. Wednesday, April 9 A woman on Brentwood reported receiving harassing phone calls and text messages from her ex-boyfriend. The passenger window of a vehicle on Chelsea Ct. was broken out by an unknown subject. and had a gun. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Fire Department. A mans license plate was stolen off of his vehicle while playing basketball at a friends house on Baldwin Rd. A 19-year-old man from Lake Orion was arrested for operating while intoxicated on S. Washington St. His preliminary breath test was .073. The fire department responded to a home on Woodleigh Way for a carbon monoxide investigation. The man first said he was filling it for a friend, but then admitted he needed another fix.? The man said he took off his shorts because his zipper broke and that he still had on boxer shorts. Thursday, April 12 A 50-year-old man from Metamora was arrested for larceny from an automobile on Pontiac St. A 58-year-old Metamora man was issued a citation for having open intoxicants in his vehicle. Monday, May 12 Deputies were dispatched to a home on Brookside Ct. for a man armed with a knife. A 30-year-old man from Pontiac was arrested during a traffic stop for an outstanding warrant for domestic assault and malicious destruction of property out of Waterford. Saturday, February 10 A 13-year-old boys wallet containing $250 in cash was stolen while riding on a school bus. reported receiving a fraudulent check in an attempted scam. Sunday, June 8 A laptop and credit cards were stolen from a vehicle on Glenmoor Dr. The staff member didnt want to press charges due to the patients mental condition. A 77-year-old woman on Pontiac was found deceased by her son who lives in the apartment below her. Friday, June 1 A man on Vivian Lane found a street sign laying in his front yard. The man didnt have any idea what she was talking about and thinks someones trying to steal his identity. The rear window of a vehicle on Edith was broken out. Reports of a red mini van dumping a bag of trash in the middle of W. Burdick. A Lake Orion man was visiting a friends residence on Shummard Branch when his ex-girlfriend from Leonard broke his vehicles window, damaged the sideview mirror and dented his doors. Tuesday, February 20 A man on Deer Path Trail called sheriffs deputies after his 15-year-old son ran away from home. This is the second time hes stolen from the family. Four driveway lights were damaged at a home on Wood Trail. A school bus driver had posted information on a dating site and called police after a man showed up at an elementary school on Pontiac looking for her. A 30-year-old woman was arrested at her home on Dunlap Circle for an outstanding Friend of the Court warrant. Oxford Police Reports added by on January 2, 2008View all posts by . A village officer noticed a mini-van on the side of the road on W. Burdick. Both were advised on domestic violence laws. The husband was upset that his kids and his wife didnt mow the lawn like hed asked. Reports of a man with chest pains on S. Lapeer Rd. An unknown person used his credit card to charge almost $300 worth of items. A bike worth $400 was stolen from a garage on Thornehill Trail. A village officer stopped a 27-year-old man from Saginaw on Lakeville Rd. Broken glass was found on the floor of one room. The 43-year-old woman eventually turned up at home. Oxford Police Department. An Oxford woman on Myrtle Trail reported receiving several unwanted phone calls from a man she doesnt know. His preliminary breath test was .178 percent. Tuesday, April 25 A resident on Hunters Rill reported his tool box was stolen out of the bed of his pick up truck. Thursday, May 4 A mother was shopping at a store on S. Lapeer when her 13-year-old son began to argue with her and threatened to kill her. was called to a home on Malena to extricate a dogs paw that was caught in a wrought iron fence. Oxford Police Reports added by on April 30, 2008View all posts by . He fled the scene in a maroon vehicle afterwards. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and Oxford Fire Department. Thursday, December 20 The fire department responded to a possible gas leak on S. Lapeer Rd. Friday, December 7 Deputies responded to a breaking and entering incident on the 2000 block of Curtis Rd. Oxford Police Reports added by on April 25, 2007View all posts by . When she was approached about showing a receipt, the woman ran to her car and took off. Oxford Police Reports added by on June 14, 2006View all posts by . Oxford Police Department Crash Reports Search for your accident and request a copy of your Oxford Police Department crash report. On Humphrey, someone attempted to break into a womans home the second time in two weeks. A couple on Bull Run got into an altercation. A 28-year-old man on Crestwood was arrested for felonious assault after hitting his roommate with a large stick, which left a large welt. A fire started in the woods off of Glaspie St., behind Thornhill Tr. Monday, April 16 A man on Winnie called deputies to report his 41-year-old wife missing. An unknown person entered an unlocked vehicle on Aquaview and stole an envelope containing an application for a birth certificate. The woman was given information on victims rights for domestic violence. A 28-year-old Oxford man was arrested at his home on Danwood for an outstanding Friend of the Court warrant. Medical emergency on Hidden Lane. The teenager believes his friends may have stolen it. A Raxor Chopper mini bike was stolen from an unlocked shed on Roxridge Ct. Thursday, April 24 A 59-year-old man on Twin Lakes Blvd. Thursday, March 20 An 18-year-old girl and 17-year-old girl concealed clothing and shoes in their purses and tried to exit a store on N. Lapeer Rd. A person driving a golfcart down Thornehill Trail was warned not to do so anymore. Monday, February 25 A 39-year-old man on Thomas Rd. He argued he didnt know there was a gratuity added to a bill when there were more than eight guests. The man has a closed-head injury and doesnt know his name. Public Works Department: 610-932-7970 : Recycling, Solid Waste & Yard Debris: Recyclopedia: Right To Know Request: Borough of Oxford. reported that someone broke into the school and discharged a fire extinguisher in the stage area. Check the New Oxford Police Records Search URLs below. Sunday, November 26 A woman on Hosner returned home from the hospital and found her home and been broken into. A 20-year-old woman from Detroit was arrested for driving with a suspended license. and Drahner and saw a 4-year-old boy running too close to the street. $1,500. He was escorted out by other customers and went to the bar across the street. Her blood alcohol content was .17.
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