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Crime Log … 5/18/12

By Alan Madeleine

Crime Log is a compilation of incidents taken from Hamtramck Police Reports between the dates of Thursday, May 10 and Wednesday, May 16.

From Thursday, May 10:

 Officers investigated the alleged possession of an unspecified weapon by a juvenile while in school. The school was not named in the report.

 A woman came into the station to report having been assaulted by her boyfriend.

From Friday, May 11:

 A woman reported that her juvenile daughter was assaulted near her school. Again, the school and the girl’s age were not stated.

 A man was arrested after his sister reported that he assaulted her at their home in the 3300 block of Comstock.

 A man living in the 2200 block of Yemans reported that someone force entry into his garage.

 A man living in the 12000 block of Lumpkin stated that someone stole his .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun from his vehicle.

 A man living in the 2300 block of Goodson came into the station to report that someone had damaged the side-view mirror on his vehicle.

 A man living in the 12000 block of Selfridge reported being assaulted by someone known to him.

 A woman stated that, while at her doctor’s office seeing the doctor at around 3 p.m. today, a black male took her juvenile daughter out of the office and asked her if she leave with him. The suspect had fled by the time police arrived.

 A woman reported that someone stole her purse from the backseat of her parked vehicle while it was in the lot next to 9400 Conant.

 A woman living in the 2200 block of Yemans reported that someone broke into her garage and stole her lawn mower.

 A woman reported that here juvenile daughter was assaulted by a white female unknown to her while she was at a location in the 3400 block of Holbrook.

From Saturday, May 12:

 Police arrested a resident in the 3100 block of Evaline for causing destruction of property to a vehicle parked in the 3400 block of same.

 A man reported the theft of his black Volkswagen Jetta, license plate BTY9613, from the 3000 block of Holbrook.

 A prisoner being held did some damage to his cell.

 A man was arrested after a domestic dispute at his home in the 9300 block of Charest.

 A man reported being assaulted by a white male who was known to him, while in the 2900 block of Evaline.

 A man reported the attempted theft of his 1999 Plymouth Voyager minivan from where it been left parked in the CVS lot at 9300 Jos. Campau from between last night at 7 p.m. and this morning at 7 a.m.

 A man reported that someone damaged the side of his home in the 3900 block of Prescott sometime between noon of the day before last and 8:30 on this morning’s date.

 A man reported that someone damaged his 1988 Chevrolet Corvette while it was parked in the rear of a location in the 2400 block of Holbrook between last night at 11 p.m. and this afternoon at 12:30 p.m. The victim suspects that it was own landlord who did the damage.

 A resident living in the 3800 block of Yemans reported a break-in that occurred earlier today between 7:30 a.m. and 3:55 p.m. The house had been ransacked, and $180 taken.

 A man reported that a white male, estimated to be a juvenile approximately 15 to 16 years old and with short blond hair, threatened him while in the vicinity of the 11000 block of Klinger.

 Officers forced entry into a home on Norwalk at about 5:15, in order to check on the well-being of a resident. No report on what they discovered.

 A resident living in the 11400 block of Sobieski reported a break-in that would have happened today between about 5:30 p.m. and 9:20 p.m. An Apple computer and a Nintendo console were taken.

(No report received for Sunday, May 13)

From Monday, May 14:

 Just before midnight, officers investigated a report of suspicious males in the area of Conant and Prescott. One adult male dropped a loaded handgun and was arrested and held on a CCW charge. Two others were juveniles, and so were arrested for curfew violations, and ultimately released to family members.

 Another juvenile male was arrested for a curfew violation by officers investigating a disorderly person complaint in the area of Caniff and Klinger.

 A woman living in the 5200 block of Belmont reported being assaulted by her boyfriend.

 A woman living in the 12000 block of Dyar reported that someone broke one of her windows.

 A man living in the 2400 Andrus reported being robbed, at about 5:33 p.m., of various items at gunpoint by an unknown black male while outside the rear of his home.

 A woman reported that her vehicle was damaged while parked in the area of 9400 Conant at about 9 a.m. on this date.

 At 7:10 p.m., a man called to report his girlfriend deceased. The body was turned over to the Wayne County Medical Examiner.

 Officers arrested a man in the 12000 block of McDougall after he assaulted his wife with a pan.

From Tuesday, May 15:

 A man was arrested for domestic violence stemming from an argument with a woman in the 11600 block of Mitchell.

 At 7:27 a.m., an employee with the Hanley Academy reported that someone forced entry into the building and stole unspecified property.

 A woman came into the station to report that her identity had been stolen.

 At about 1:24 p.m., an employee with the Masqud Saree Center at 10300 block reported unspecified damage to the front door of the business.

 A person was issued an ordinance violation for the illegal dumping of unspecified items.

 A woman was arrested at Walter’s Party Store for trying to cash a fraudulent check.

 A man reported his vehicle (no description given) was stolen from where it was parked in front of an address in the 3300 block of Caniff.

From Wednesday, May 16:

 A woman reported that she was assaulted by her male friend while at the Checkers Drive-In in the 8900 block of Jos. Campau. The suspect had fled by the time officers were able to arrive.

 At 3 a.m., an officer discovered a broken window on a Chrysler Town and Country minivan parked in front of an address in the 2300 block of Norwalk. The van’s owner stated that the vehicle had been intact when he last saw it, at about 10 p.m.

 At 5:21 a.m., an officer again discovered a broken window on a Chrysler Town and Country minivan, this time where it was parked in the 3200 block of Evaline. The owner stated that he thought he heard the alarm go off at about 3 a.m.
 A woman living in the 1900 block of Belmont reported that someone slashed her car’s tires.

 A man living in the 3800 block of Presott reported that someone broke out a window on his vehicle.

 At about 12:15 p.m., a man living in the 3400 block of Edwin reported his Dodge Caravan stolen.

 A woman living in the 3400 block of Yemans came into the station to report her ID stolen by someone.

 A woman living in the 2200 block of Edwin reported a Hispanic male posing as a water department employee to gain entry into her home. He then tried to charge her $50 for a water leak she did have. She didn’t have any money, either, so the person left, in a newer-model four-door vehicle.

 A woman reported that someone damaged her rented vehicle while it was parked in front of an address in the 2700 block of Norwalk.

 A man reported that, at about 4:12 p.m., while parked in front of an address in the 12100 block of Jos. Campau, he couldn’t get his vehicle started. A black male unknown to him offered to help, then once he had gained access to the inside of the vehicle, fled with the victim’s iPhone.

 A man reported that someone broke into his home in the 11600 block of Moran this afternoon through an unlocked window, and took a television as well as approximately $80 in loose change.

 A man reported that an unknown juvenile male threw rocks at his vehicle, causing damage, while the victim was driving near Caniff at McDougall at about 6:27 p.m.

 A man reported that an unknown black female took his vehicle, which was up for sale, for what she said would be a test drive, and then never returned. Officers entered the vehicle (not described in the report) into the Law Enforcement Information Network.

Whew! That’s (finally) it for this week. The warmer weather sure brings them out, so keep your eyes peeled for anything suspicious that you see around neighbors’ homes or cars, or businesses or schools.

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