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Crime Log… 12/12/14

By Charles Sercombe

This week’s Crime Log covers Dec. 2-9.

Tuesday, December 2

At 12:16 a.m. a resident reported her 16-year-old daughter was missing.

At a little after 1 a.m. a resident was arrested for possessing an open bottle of liquor while in the 2000 block of Caniff.

At almost 4 a.m. a Detroit resident was arrested for drunk driving after being stopped at Jos. Campau and Hewitt.

At about 8 a.m. officers checked an open door at a house in the 2200 block of Danforth. Officers were not able to secure the door.

A Detroit man was arrested for being disorderly while at the BP gas station at Conant and Caniff.

A woman was arrested for pepper-spraying two people during a fight in the 2600 block of Caniff.

An agent for Bozek’s Market reported a man stole six cases of steak from the market’s warehouse and ran off. An agent for the market ran after the suspect and knocked him down. However, the suspect then cut the agent in the neck with a knife. The agent for the market ran away but later retrieved the steaks.

Wednesday, December 3

A resident reported her 14-year-old daughter was missing.

A resident reported the theft of her 2002 Jeep while it was parked in the 2200 block of Hewitt.

A resident reported that someone illegally dumped items behind her house in the 2200 block of Florian.

A car was reported stolen from the 11500 block of St. Aubin.

Centerline police reported they had one of the reported missing kids in custody.

Two women were arrested for outstanding warrants during a traffic stop.

Thursday, December 4

A resident was arrested for driving without a license and being wanted on a Hamtramck warrant.

At 2:15 a.m. a Detroit man was arrested for drunk driving.

Detroit police reported they recovered a stolen car from Hamtramck. The car had been completely stripped.

A man was arrested for driving without a license after being pulled over at Circle Dr. and Dequindre.

Friday, December 5

A teen reported that a man about 50 years old with a white beard and white hair attempted to get into his car.

A resident reported the theft of their 2005 Dodge Caravan while parked in the 2400 block of Goodson.

A male teen ran away from a local group home.

Saturday, December 6

At 3:30 a.m. officers took an assault report involving two neighbors in the 3300 block of Holbrook.

At almost 4 a.m. a man said he was jumped and assaulted by three men while in the 2000 block of Caniff.

At almost 5 a.m. a man and a woman were arrested for fighting and making false police reports.

At 12:40 a.m. a Trowbridge resident reported being assaulted by her neighbor.

A Detroit resident who had overdosed was transported from Jos. Campau and Lehman to Detroit Receiving Hospital.

A Detroit resident was arrested for driving without a license during a traffic stop.

A St. Aubin resident reported the theft of his bike.

 

Sunday, December 7

A Harrison Twp. resident reported someone repeatedly poured coffee on her car at different locations throughout the city.

A Hewitt resident reported being assaulted by her husband. The husband fled before officers arrived.

The family of a missing teen reported her return.

 Monday, December 8

At 3:45 a.m. a Detroit man was arrested for driving without a license and obstructing an officer.

A resident reported damage to his car, which was parked in the 3900 block of Evaline.

A resident reported a garage break-in in the 2700 block of Evaline.

A resident reported a home break-in in the 2300 block of Norwalk.

A resident submitted an ATM card to the police station. The card was found in an ATM machine in the 9300 block of Jos. Campau.

A man was arrested in the 3100 block of Lehman for domestic violence. The man was also taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital when his blood-alcohol level was discovered to be 0.34, which is over four times what is considered to be too impaired to drive a car.

At a little after 10 p.m. officers arrested a man after they saw him strike a woman in the face a few times at Commor and Charest.

 

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