Public Safety Activity
Wixom – Larceny, Personal Property From Vehicle
On July 16 Wixom police received a report of a larceny from an automobile. Police were dispatched to meet complainant at his place of employment. Complainant stated overnight his vehicle was broken into and personal property was stolen. He believes the incident occurred between 5:00 and 6:40 am. Complainant informed police he took his dog for a walk around 5:00 am and did not notice his vehicle door open prior to or after returning from the walk. When complainant left for work at 0640 hours he noticed his driver’s door ajar, his glove box and center console rummaged through, his camera and an unknown amount of money missing. Complainant indicated there was no damage to the car and believes the doors were locked, but indicated occasionally there are mechanical problems with the doors locking.
Wixom – Malicious Destruction OfProperty
On July 18 Wixom police were dispatched to a Wixom residence on reports of malicious destruction of property. Complainant indicated that sometime overnight person(s) unknown scratched “ass” into the trunk area of her car near the right taillight. Complainant states she has no enemies. There are no suspects at this time.
Wixom – Larceny, Personal Property From Vehicle
On July 19 Wixom police were dispatched on reports of a larceny from an automobile. Complainant stated that person( s) unknown used a cutting device to remove the catalytic converter from the victim’s 2010 Jeep. The vehicle was parked at the Park and Ride at Beck Road and I96 from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm There are no suspects at this time.
Larceny – Parts and Accessories From A Vehicle, Larceny From An Automobile
On July 19 Wixom police were dispatched on reports of a larceny from an automobile. Complainant stated that person( s) unknown used a cutting device to remove the catalytic converter from the victim’s 2007 Chevrolet. The vehicle was parked at the Park and Ride at Beck Road and I96 from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. There are no suspects at this time.
Wixom - Burglary, Forced Entry
On July 19 Wixom police were dispatched to a Wixom residence for a home invasion that just occurred. Dispatch advised that complainant awoke to someone opening the window of her bedroom. Upon arrival officers spoke with complainant. She told police she was sleeping in the bedroom and was awoken by the noise of someone forcing open her bedroom window. She screamed and the suspect(s) ran into an unknown direction. Complainant stated she did not notice the race/age/gender of the suspect and that her window was fully closed and locked when she went to sleep and awoke to it fully open. Officers observed fresh handprints on the bedroom window. Officers examined the window and were able to get four latent prints from both the outside and inside. A K9 unit was requested and was able to establish a track from the window to the west parking lot, but lost the track at the blacktop. There are no suspects at this time.
Wixom – Damage To Property
On July 22 Wixom police were dispatched to an area apartment complex in reference to a larceny from a washing machine located inside one of the buildings. Upon arrival officers spoke with complainant, a maintenance employee, who stated that when he entered the laundry room he immediately noticed that one of the washing machines had been entered and that unknown person(s) attempted to remove the coin box.
Officers observed entry was made into the outer portion of the box. There were a number of similar thefts several months ago, but nothing recently. There was no forced entry into the laundry room and none of the four washing machines had damage.
Pieces of the machine were confiscated and entered as evidence. The case is open pending further investigation and evidence review.
Walled Lake – Personal Property From Vehicle
On July 17 Walled Lake police were dispatched to a report of a larceny from an automobile. Complainant states that sometime between 11:30 am to 8:00 pmhours person(s) unknown removed the registration plate from her 2011 Nissan Altima, which was parked in the parking lot directly in front of her apartment. Complainant lists no further items taken from the vehicle or any damage done other than the removal of the plate itself. The registration plate was entered into LEIN as stolen.
Walled Lake – Assault
On July 15 Walled Lake police were dispatched to a Walled Lake residence in reference to a fight. Upon arrival officers were advised that two males were fighting, one left in a silver Continental and there were no weapons seen. A witness stated she heard a loud bang towards the front of her home and observed the two males wrestling around in her front yard. She stated that one of the males said he was shot and then both males ran off. Officer observed blood on the ground and inside the door of the house at the scene of the fight. Officers asked one of the subjects involved what happened and he stated that a male was in his vehicle and his music was loud. He stated he walked over to the vehicle, asked the driver to turn down the music when the driver began shooting at him. Subject refused medical treatment and advised officers he did not want to press charges or fill out a statement.
Walled Lake – Driving While License Suspended
On July 16 Walled Lake police were dispatched in reference to a fight. Officer observed a silver Continental driving southbound on Pontiac Trail matching the description given to police. Officer began to follow the vehicle and observed it having an obstructing plate cover. Officer initiated a traffic stop and made contact with driver and observed blood all over his shoulder. The driver told police he had a BB gun in the car. The driver was secured in the patrol vehicle and back up arrived on scene. The driver refused medical treatment. An SOS inquiry displayed an FAC suspension out of Pontiac, an FCJ suspension out of Detroit and an FAC suspension out of Detroit. Officer advised the driver he was under arrest for driving while license suspended. Officer conducted an inventory search of the vehicle and obtained a BB gun located under the driver’s seat. The BB gun was placed in evidence and the driver was transported to the Walled Lake Police Department where he was issued a misdemeanor appearance citation.