Royal Oak Police Reports Sept 20

Police Update

Royal Oak Police Department

 

Breaking and Entering

515 S. Lafayette (Delgiudice Antiques), 9-16-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect broke into the business and stole two sterling silver tea sets. 13-28087

 

2000 block of N. Wilson, 9-17-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect entered her unlocked garage and stole her blue Electra Townie bicycle. 13-28245

 

Larceny

30991 Woodward (Kroger), 9-12-13: Complainant reported a subject stole a purse from her shopping cart while she was loading groceries into her vehicle. The suspect was described as a black male, 13-15 years-old, short black hair wearing a multicolored t-shirt. The suspect ran to a waiting white SUV and fled the area westbound on Thirteen Mile. 13-27707

 

5150 Coolidge (Meijer), 9-12-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect stole his black Jamis Exile mountain bike he locked to a bicycle rack. 13-27683

 

4100 block of W. Webster, 9-14-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect stole a General humidifier, dimensional lumber, condensation pump, wire mesh and miscellaneous materials from a construction site. 13-27938

 

100 S. Main (Cantina Diablo’s), 9-17-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect stole a pair of sunglasses he left at the business. 13-28265

 

Unlawfully Driving Away of Automobile

 

700 block of N. Stephenson, 9-14-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect attempted to steal his maroon 2004 Dodge Stratus. 13-27914

 

Malicious Destruction of Property

 

1621 Linwood (Shrine Elementary School), 9-15-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect broke the window out of an entry door on the west side of the school. 13-28075

 

2700 block of N. Campbell, 9-14-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect keyed her vehicle and wrote an obscenity on the rear hatch with a marker. 13-27920

 

27900 block of Massoit, 9-14-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect damaged a landscaping light pole in her front yard. 13-27913

 

1100 block of N. Campbell, 9-17-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect slashed a tire and poured baby powder on his vehicle. 13-28210

 

121 E. Hudson (Peggy Jo Studio), 9-19-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect damaged the landscaping in front of the business. 13-28434

 

 

The following arrests were made during the period:

 

Two (2) Felony Warrant

Three (3) Misdemeanor Warrant

One (1) Probation Violation

One (1) Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property, Driving While License Suspended, Misdemeanor Warrant

One (1) Aggravated Assault and Battery

One (1) Possession of Synthetic Narcotics

Two (2) Possession of Marijuana

One (1) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

One (1) Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Obstructing a Police Officer, Minor in Possession of Alcohol

Seven (7) Operating While Intoxicated

One (1) Driving While License Suspended

One (1) Contributing to the delinquency of a Minor

One (1) Minor in Possession of Alcohol

Two (2) Minor in Possession of Alcohol, Obstructing a Police Officer

Three (3) Disorderly Conduct

Total Arrests: 28

Year to Date Arrest Total Arrests: 1331

 

September 25, 2013 – Suicide Awareness Seminar Information

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For previously released Police reports, visit: http://www.ci.royal-oak.mi.us/portal/departments/police/press-releases

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