By Charles Sercombe
Here’s the round-up of daily crime reports from Sept. 5 through Sept. 11.
Wednesday, Sept. 5:
A man was arrested after being involved in a hit-and-run accident. The location of the accident was not given, but the daily log noted that the man was arrested for drunk driving.
A woman reported that her granddaughter ran away from their Evaline St. house.
A landlord said a former tenant stole light fixtures from his Hanley St. house.
A Detroit resident was arrested for driving without a license and for possessing marijuana.
A St. Aubin resident said someone kicked in his door, entered his house and stole two rings.
A Dorothy St. resident said someone threw a rock through the rear window of their 2002 Dodge Caravan.
A Hanley St. woman reported someone “tore a hole” in her garage. It was unknown if anything was missing.
A man reported that while working outside, a stranger distracted him while two men snuck into his house through the rear door. The man said the suspects ransacked his house and stole an unknown amount of money. He added that the suspects fled in a burgundy-colored van.
Friday, Sept. 7
No report was available.
Saturday, Sept. 8
At nearly 3 a.m., police received complaints of a loud party and officers ended up arresting a man.
At about 3 a.m., a resident reporting seeing a man attempting to steal three trees on the 3000 block of Holbrook. The man was last seen pedaling away on a yellow mountain bike, without the trees.
A man reported being struck in the back of his head with a gun at about 8 a.m. while at Jos. Campau and Commor. The suspect did not take anything and fled in a black truck.
A Holbrook woman said that she found her stolen lawnmower in the Once Again resale shop on Jos. Campau. The name of the person who brought in the lawnmower was turned over to police.
A man was arrested for open intoxicants while at St. Aubin and Commor. The man also had outstanding warrants.
A juvenile was arrested at a Neibel St. house after he threatened his mother with a knife.
Sunday, Sept. 9
A Grand Haven resident reported her son – a minor — was missing.
A woman reported that her boyfriend was missing and that he had been at St. John’s Hospital being treated for depression. She said the man left the hospital on Sept. 4 and no one has seen him since.
A woman living on the 8000 block of Jos. Campau reported a break-in while her son was at home. She said her 32-inch RCA television was taken.
A 60-year-old man with health problems was reported missing since Sept. 4.
Monday, Sept. 10
A woman living on the 3800 block of Dorothy reported someone broke out her front window with a brick.
A man reported someone attempted to steal his 1986 Chevrolet from an address on the 2900 block of Evaline. The suspect was last seen driving off in a green Mercury Villager.
At about 3:30 a.m., police issued an LCC violation to Carbon Bar for allegedly having customers staying after hours.
A man reported someone took his wallet while he was at Mr. Alan’s shoe store on Jos. Campau.
A woman reported that her sister had been using her identity.
A man reported someone stole $700-$800 worth of lumber from a construction site on Mitchell St.
Officers captured a loose brown pit bull in the Florian-Dubois area.
Tuesday, Sept. 11
A Trowbridge St. man first reported that his Dodge Dakota had been stolen, then told police the truck had not been stolen at all. He said his neighbor had borrowed it.
A woman reported her boyfriend assaulted her. The couple live together and have a child. Police later arrested the boyfriend for domestic abuse.
A Casmere St. woman was arrested for assaulting her mother.
A Pulaski St. resident reported being assaulted by two 17-year-old males at St. Aubin and Commor at about 5:30 p.m.