Crime Log …6/7/13



By Charles Sercombe

          This week’s crime reports covers May 29-June 3.

Wednesday, May 29

          A woman living in the 11400 block of Mitchell reported her apartment was broken into and that a number of items were stolen.

          At about 12:30 a.m. a resident living in the 11500 block of St. Aubin reported her blue Dodge Caravan was stolen. The vehicle was recovered later in the week at Hamtramck Drive and Dequindre.

          Also at the same time, a man said someone broke out the back window of his 2006 Jeep and stole his radio/navigation unit. The vehicle was parked in a city lot at Evaline and Mitchell.

          At 1:30 a.m. a man was arrested on a warrant for not paying city income taxes.

          Around 5 p.m. a man was arrested at Gallagher and Caniff for being disorderly.

          A man reported damage to his vehicle while it was parked near city hall.


Thursday, May 30

          At about midnight, a man was arrested for punching his girlfriend while in front of her apartment in the 12000 block of Selfridge.

          At 3:30 a.m. two men were arrested for “prowling” in the 3000 block of Roosevelt St.

          A prisoner in the Hamtramck police jail cell threatened to harm himself. Officers took him to the crisis center at Detroit Receiving Hospital.

          At 5 p.m. a man was arrested after a traffic stop when officers discovered an open bottle of liquor.

          A man was arrested on a warrant for not paying Hamtramck income taxes. The man had been pulled over in a traffic stop.

Friday, May 31

A woman was taken to the hospital after being assaulted by her husband.

          At 12:30 a.m. two teens were arrested for curfew violation.

          A man reported someone damaged his cab.

          A woman passed fraudulent proof of car insurance during as traffic stop.

          At 11 p.m. a man and a woman were arrested for assaulting another male with a knife.

          At 6:30 p.m. several people reported they were assaulted by a large group of suspects, who were armed with numerous weapons. About an hour later, a large group of males were seen fighting each other. By the time officers arrived the group had fled.

          A woman reported her ex-fiancée was harassing her.

Saturday, June 1

          At close to midnight, two people in the 12000 block of Selfridge were arrested for disorderly conduct. Also at about the same time, a person was arrested for disorderly conduct at Jos. Campau and Casmere.

          Two hours later, three people were arrested following a disturbance at the same location.

          A little after 8 a.m. a Warren resident reported being assaulted at Jos. Campau and Pulaski.

Sunday, June 2

          A Mitchell St. man reported someone broke his car window at around 12:30 a.m.

          At almost 2 a.m. a man was arrested at 12002 Jos. Campau for disorderly conduct.

          A woman was arrested after attacking her live-in boyfriend.

          At about 5 a.m. a woman and man reported being robbed at Mackay and Carpenter by a lone male. The suspect took a purse and wallet.

          A man was arrested after he pointed a rifle at his neighbors.

          A woman reported suspicious activity after discovering missing items from her residence, located in the 2600 block of Holmes.

          At 7 p.m. a juvenile reported that another juvenile stole his bicycle while at Jos. Campau and Danforth. The victim later reported that he recovered his bike. About a half later, another juvenile reported the theft of his bike at 9300 Jos. Campau.

Monday, June 3

          At 12:14 a.m. a man living in the 12100 block of Sobieski was arrested for domestic violence.

          At 3:16 a.m. a man was arrested during a traffic stop for possessing an open bottle of liquor.

          A woman reported the theft of her rental car.

          A woman was arrested at 12:35 p.m. after she forced her way into a home on Holbrook and assaulted a person living there.

          A Charest St. resident reported receiving harassing and threatening phone calls.


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