By Charles Sercombe
The week’s Crime Log covers July 1-7.
Tuesday, July 1
At almost midnight a Detroit resident was arrested for driving without a license and possessing narcotic paraphernalia.
At 2 a.m. a Hamtramck resident was arrested for driving without a license, possessing narcotic paraphernalia and having an open bottle of liquor.
At 7:20 a.m. a resident reported the theft of her 2005 Nissan Maxima from the 11600 block of St. Aubin.
A Hamtramck woman reported a woman near Family Dollar tried to give her cookies as a distraction to steal her purse.
A Hamtramck woman reported that someone opened a DTE account in her name and ran up a bill of $5,000.
Wednesday, July 2
At 11:15 p.m. officers recovered a car reported stolen in Hamtramck.
At 12:20 a.m. two Detroit men were arrested following a traffic stop for providing false information and possessing narcotic paraphernalia.
At about 1 a.m. a man was arrested after he attacked two people during a parking dispute at Roosevelt and Gallagher.
At about 2:30 a.m. a resident was arrested for being disorderly after being involved in a street brawl at Danforth and Lumpkin.
At 4:20 a.m. a break-in was reported in a residence in the 12000 block of Grand Haven. The victim provided the name of the suspect.
A resident reported that her housekeeper may have stolen her digital camera and camcorder.
Officers responded to family trouble in the 3000 block of Roosevelt.
A Marine City resident reported damage to her vehicle in the 10000 block of Jos. Campau.
Thursday, July 3
A Madison Heights man was arrested during a traffic stop for possessing an open bottle of liquor and driving with a suspended license.
A man reported the theft of his car from the 12000 block of McDougall.
A man reported that his friend “Jake” assaulted him after an argument.
A Detroit woman was arrested for leaving the scene of an injury accident.
Friday, July 4
At 11:30 p.m. two groups of men fought in the fireworks tent on Jos. Campau and Holbrook. One man was hit by another using brass knuckles, another suspect pointed a handgun and attempted to run several of them over with his black Acura.
At almost midnight, a resident was arrested for being disorderly after passing out on a lawn on Alpena.
Officers arrested a Hamtramck man for assaulting his wife and having an open Hamtramck warrant.
Officers arrested a Hamtramck man for child neglect after leaving a child in a disabled vehicle in the middle of the roadway.
Saturday, July 5
A Detroit resident was arrested for breaking out a business window in the 3400 block of Caniff.
A Roseville resident was arrested during a traffic stop at Casmere and Jos. Campau for a 31st District warrant, having an open bottle of liquor and other violations.
At almost 1:30 a.m. a Detroit man was arrested for numerous violations, including being a parole absconder and possessing numerous IDs and credit cards.
Sunday, July 6
A resident reported that someone keyed her car while it was parked near Gallagher and Hanley.
A 10-year-old Detroit boy reportedly assaulted three other kids at Keyworth Stadium before the fireworks display.
Conservation officers from Belle Isle dropped off a person at the police station who was wanted for a Hamtramck warrant.
A resident in the 3300 block of Caniff reported that someone stole his Virgin Mary statue from his front lawn.
At 1 a.m. a 14-year-old boy reported being attacked by a 45-year-old man while he was walking in the 8800 block of Jos. Campau.
Five to six teens approached a 50-year-old man in the 11300 block of Gallagher and demanded he turn over his money and cell phone. The man refused and the teens knocked him down then punched and kicked him.
A resident reported that a man stole his Schwinn bike from the 2600 block of Neibel.
Three people were arrested for animal cruelty after leaving three dogs in a car at a city lot on Yemans.
Monday, July 7
At 12:42 a.m. a 15-year-old was arrested during a traffic stop for violating the city’s curfew. The youth was turned over to a parent.
A resident reported the theft of his 2006 Jeep from the 3300 block of Yemans.
A Detroit resident reported his bike was stolen from the library.