By Charles Sercombe
This week’s Crime Log covers Oct. 21-27.
Tuesday, October 21
A Detroit resident was arrested during a traffic stop for driving with 29 suspensions and having improper license plates.
A resident in the 5100 block of Yemans reported a house break-in.
A man reported the theft of his car while it was parked in the 12000 block of Klinger.
A garage break-in was reported in the 2300 block of Poland.
A man reported his ID was stolen and his unemployment benefits transferred to an unknown address.
A Charest resident reported an ongoing problem of someone stealing their outside Halloween decorations.
A resident in the 3400 block of Doremus reported someone slashed her car tire.
Wednesday, October 22
At a little after 4 a.m. a person was arrested for being a parole absconder following a traffic stop.
A Californian man was arrested following a traffic stop for possessing narcotics.
A Dequindre resident said she recovered items dropped by a man she saw jumping her fence and who then ran off.
A McDougall resident reported someone stole his 10-year-old son’s ID and used it for “illegal gains.”
A Grayling house owner said that he just discovered someone stole his house siding sometime between June and now.
An Andrus woman reported someone entered her unlocked car and stole her purse, which contained credit cards and bank cards.
A man was arrested following a traffic stop on a warrant for not paying his Hamtramck income taxes.
Thursday, October 23
A suspicious situation occurred when a person reported being in a car crash, but the car had not yet been registered with the Secretary of State’s Office.
A woman was found passed out in a parking lot on Conant and taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital. According to a friend of the woman, she had earlier taken pills.
Friday, October 24
A person was arrested for misuse of the 911 emergency system.
At 5:30 a.m. a person was arrested for an attempted break-in at a house in the 2200 block of Bernard.
At 7:40 a.m. a woman reported her 16-year-old daughter had run away.
A Huntington Bank representative reported a suspicious situation. The employee said that for several days a man and a woman in a dark-colored Mercury Sable appeared to be casing out the bank.
Saturday, October 25
At 4 a.m. a person was arrested for a break-in.
Hamtramck firefighters turned over property that they found.
A Nagel resident reported a home break-in.
Sunday, October 26
At 11:40 p.m. a man reported that while walking at Conant and Caniff he was approached by five teenagers on bikes. The teens then hit him and stole his grocery bags.
At a little after midnight a person was arrested for violating the city’s knife ordinance.
At almost 2 a.m. five men were arrested for being disorderly.
A McDougall resident reported her house was robbed by someone attempting to scam her into a roof repair.
A Caniff resident reported his daughter was missing.
A Goodson resident reported receiving harassing communications.
Monday, October 27
A man reported that two men broke into a residence in the 12000 block of Fleming and stole the furnace.
A resident in the 3500 block of Caniff reported that someone with a key to her apartment attempted twice to gain entry.
A woman was arrested for attempting to cash stolen checks and using another person’s ID.
A man was arrested for domestic violence at a residence in the 2600 block of Norwalk.
A family reported that their 17-year-old son was missing.
A woman was arrested during a traffic stop for having an outstanding warrant for failing to pay Hamtramck income taxes.