By Alan Madeleine
Taken from Hamtramck Police reports for the dates of Thursday, March 1 to Tuesday, March 6.
From Thursday, March 1:
A man was arrested at his home in the 5100 block of Evaline on a domestic violence charge, following a disturbance there.
A man was arrested at his home in the 12000 block of St. Aubin on a domestic violence charge, following a disturbance there.
One of the owners of a restaurant in the 11600 block of Jos. Campau reported the theft of a Glock handgun from the restaurant.
A man reported that someone broke into a property in the 12000 block of Lumpkin and stole some fixtures. It is unclear from the report whether the man owns the property or not.
A woman in the 11300 block of Charest reported being assaulted by her brother.
A man reported that someone had stolen his vehicle (no make/model/color given), while it was parked on Belmont near Gallagher.
From Friday, March 2:
A man was arrested for possession of narcotics paraphernalia while in front of a grocery store in the 3300 block of Caniff.
Officers took a “suspicious report” concerning a juvenile residing on Yemans.
A woman, no address given, came into the station to report that someone had used her social security number fraudulently, in order to file their taxes.
A man residing in the 3900 block of Oliver reported the theft of his 1997 Dodge (model, color not given).
From Saturday, March 3:
A juvenile was arrested in the 12000 block of Charest after he attempted to steal a car. The report states that he was eventually turned over to the care of his mother, presumably after having been arraigned.
Officers took a report of a break-in in the 2600 block of Casmere. No list of items missing (if any) was provided.
A man was arrested for simple assault following an altercation at Jos. Campau and Yemans.
A woman reported that her 1998 Jeep Cherokee, license plate number 0JMD76, was taken sometime between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. from in front of a home in the 2000 block of Belmont.
A woman reported that her 1970 Cadillac Catalina (no color given) was taken from the garage it was parked in behind a home in the 3800 block of Caniff, sometime between 2/29 at 3 p.m., and 3/3 at 4:30 p.m. The car was unplated while in storage, but has a VIN ending with 8963.
A man and his female companion were arrested after the man attempted an unarmed robbery of a party store in the 11600 block of Jos. Campau. The man attempted to get behind the protective glass while yelling “Give me your money!” several times (Excellent strategy, there, son. – Ed.). The woman, who did not participate, was nonetheless arrested on an outstanding city warrant.
Detroit Police recovered a Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun that had previously been reported stolen in Hamtramck.
Officers responded to a break-in in progress at an address in the 9000 block of Conant and found the front door kicked in, which they secured. A witness reported seeing two black males driving away from the home in a white Nissan Altima.
Sunday, March 4:
Two men were arrested on charges involving carrying a concealed weapon while in front of a lounge on the 11400 block of Jos. Campau.
A person living in the 12000 block of Grand Haven reported that someone broke the front window of the home.
A man was arrested on a domestic violence charge after he assaulted his child’s mother at a home in the 2600 block of Trowbridge. The woman sustained facial injuries, and was taken to Henry Ford Hospital.
Detroit Police recovered a 1998 Plymouth Voyager minivan, license plate BNM6674, at Harper and Lakepointe in Detroit, which had previously been reported stolen in Hamtramck.
A woman reported that her purse had been taken from her 2006 Dodge Caravan sometime between 1 and 4 p.m., while it was parked in front of a home in the 3200 block of Belmont.
Monday, March 5:
A man reported that someone broke a mirror off of his Dodge (model etc. not given) while it was parked in front of a home in the 2600 block of Holmes.
A black male (no age or further description provided) was transported from Caniff and Jos. Campau to the Detroit Receiving Hospital Crisis Center.
A woman reported the theft of the catalytic converter from her vehicle. No other information about the vehicle or the exact location was listed (but it wouldn’t be a week in Hamtramck without a catalytic converter theft. – Ed.)
Officers responded to a suspicious person report at an address in the 3800 block of Yemans. The rear door at the address was found to be open, but no one appeared to be inside. Officers secured the door as best they could.
A man came into the station to report that, while at a supermarket in the 9000 block of Jos. Campau back on Friday, someone apparently took his wallet, allegedly containing $1,000, his PNC Bank card, and his identification.
A man associated with the New St. John Missionary Baptist Church at 3901 Miller reported that, for the fourth time, someone threw a rock through the same window, sometime today between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Tuesday, March 6:
A man was arrested on a domestic violence charge after assaulting his girlfriend during an argument (no location provided).
(And, in the “Our Personal Favorite Dept.”… — Ed.) A man was arrested at a home in the 9400 block of Charest for being drunk, and demanding to be allowed into a home that was not his own (“He’s a Lonely Bo-o-o-y”… –Ed.)
That’s it for now. Note that, per a memo in the report from Monday, March 5, the Department of Human Services’ new number for reporting suspected child abuse of any kind is now (855) 444-3911.