Crime Log… 4/17/15

By Charles Sercombe
This week’s Crime Log covers April 7-13.
Tuesday, April 7
A man reported that there is a stolen vehicle being kept in a garage in the city.
At almost 3 a.m. a woman was arrested for being wanted on a warrant.
A man was taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital after damaging the City Clerk’s Office and yelling for officers to kill him
Child Protection Services reported a case of possible child abuse.
A resident was arrested at a business in the 9300 block of Jos. Campau for retail fraud, trespassing and possessing narcotic paraphernalia.
A Lumpkin resident reported someone stole the license plate from their car while it was parked in the Lumpkin alley north of Casmere.
Wednesday, April 8
A resident reported that while at work her 15-year-old daughter has been having sex with an 18-year-old man.
A Danforth resident reported that someone broke into her house and stole her purse. The woman said she found the purse on the ground at Lumpkin and Geimer.
Two Detroit men were arrested following a traffic stop for driving without a license, possessing open intoxicants and narcotic paraphernalia and being wanted on warrants.
Two men on bikes grabbed an iPhone from a resident’s hands while the resident was at Jos. Campau and Holbrook.
Thursday, April 9
At 12:30 a.m. police officers checked on the well-being of a mother and her three children.
A mother reported her 15-year-old son had run away. The son returned the next day.
A Caniff woman filed a domestic violence complaint against her two sons.
A Lumpkin resident flagged down officers who were driving by to report someone had stolen their downspout drain.
A resident was arrested following a traffic stop for possessing a stolen license plate.
A 15-year-old Detroit resident was arrested after he intentionally ran over a Hamtramck resident in the 12300 block of Moran. The victim was treated at Detroit Receiving Hospital.
Officers found a loose pit bull in the 3900 block of Caniff. The dog was taken to the Westland Humane Society shelter.
Friday, April 10
A person was arrested following a traffic stop for driving without a license.
At about 3 a.m. a person was arrested for disorderly conduct following a disturbance in the 2300 block of Andrus.
A resident reported that a person who lives above her apartment entered her residence and stole her camera.
A woman was arrested following a traffic stop for driving without a license and having fraudulent proof of insurance.
St. Florian Parish reported someone cut the accordion doors leading to an elevator.
Two juveniles were questioned about an iPhone they were trying to sell. Officer suspected the phone had been stolen and confiscated it while waiting for proof of ownership.
A Detroit resident was arrested for driving without a license and possessing an open intoxicant. The driver had been previously cited for driving without a license 10 times.
Saturday, April 11
A Belmont resident reported someone stole her license plate.
A man reported that a contractor working at his business assaulted him.
A Detroit resident was arrested for obstruction during a traffic stop.
A River Rouge resident reported his wallet was stolen while at a gym on Jos. Campau.
A Casmere resident reported his car window was broken by a rock.
Sunday, April 12
No incident report was available for this date.
Monday, April 13
A resident reported a man about 18 to 20 years old stole their black and red mountain bike from the 2300 block of Goodson.
A Detroit resident was arrested for fleeing and eluding officers, driving without a license and obstruction.
A Detroit resident was arrested for domestic violence in the 12000 block of Selfridge.
At 5:15 a.m. a resident reported a break-in at his residence in the 12000 block of McDougall.
An agent from Walter’s Party Store reported someone cashed a fraudulent check.
An employee at a business in the 9000 block of Jos. Campau reported two men took items from the store without paying for them. Another employee ran after the suspects after they fled and retrieved some of the merchandise.

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