By Charles Sercombe
This week’s Crime Log covers Sept. 16-22.
Tuesday, September 16
There was no crime incident report for this date.
Wednesday, September 17
A resident reported being defrauded by a contractor.
A & C Market reported that a person known to the store cashed a fraudulent payroll check for over $700.
A Detroit man was arrested at Conant and Yemans for driving with a stolen license plate and possessing narcotic paraphernalia.
A man was arrested for reckless driving, driving without a license, and possessing narcotic paraphernalia.
At 10 p.m. a woman reported her 13-year-old son was missing.
Thursday, September 18
Detroit police notified Hamtramck officers that a stolen Hamtramck car was found at Dequindre and Caniff.
At almost 6 a.m. a person turned himself into police for being wanted on a felony warrant.
Two men were arrested after shooting at two women in the 2400 block of Hewitt.
During a traffic stop a woman was arrested for being wanted on a felony warrant.
Police investigated a suspicious suitcase that was left outside the Islamic Center on St. Aubin. Michigan State Police assisted in the investigation. Investigators x-rayed the suitcase and found nothing.
A Jos. Campau woman reported being assaulted by her boyfriend.
A resident in the 3500 block of Caniff reported his apartment was broken into.
Friday, September 19
A Sobieski woman reported someone broke into her garage.
An employee of a business in the 11400 block of Jos. Campau reported someone kicked in the rear door of the business.
A man reported that an unknown woman called him and said that if he gave her $199 through a Green Dot card she would give him a check for an unknown amount.
At 10 a.m. a case worker reported bizarre behavior of a new client during a home interview in the 3500 block of Caniff.
A resident reported he saw two men exiting the window of his residence. He said his Xbox and other items had been stolen.
Maine Street Restaurant reported that three youths were begging for money from customers, attempted to steal a carryout meal, and kicked in a glass door. One of the employees ran after the youths and detained a 10-year-old Detroit boy. He was turned over to his mother, who was ticketed for failing to be a responsible parent.
Saturday, September 20
In two separate incidents, two people were arrested for assault, one in the 2300 block of Evaline and another at Caniff and Lumpkin.
A Jacob man reported a break-in of his garage.
A Commor resident reported a break-in and the theft of several items.
A lost autistic child was found near Carpenter and Charest. Officers noticed several injuries and signs of neglect. The child’s mother was located nearby.
A Florian woman was assaulted by her son while attempting to break up a fight.
A Detroit teen reported being assaulted by another female while at a business in the 10000 block of Jos. Campau.
Sunday, September 21
A person was arrested for assault at about 1 a.m.
At almost 4:30 a.m. a man was arrested after assaulting his girlfriend at her residence.
A woman described as having blonde hair and being 5-foot-5 inches tall ran out of CVS Pharmacy on Jos. Campau with several stolen items.
A Detroit man was arrested near Lehman and Gallagher after stealing a bicycle on Caniff. The bike was returned to its owner.
A woman was assaulted by her friend while at a residence in the 12000 block of Klinger.
An owner of a business in the 8800 block of Jos. Campau reported a teen stole his cell phone.
Monday, September 22
At 5 a.m. a Trowbridge resident reported the theft of their wheels from their Chrysler 300. Two hours later, another resident in the 3800 block of Edwin reported the theft of their car wheels.
A resident in the 2200 block of Faber reported the theft of his 2013 Ford Fusion. The car was later recovered in 8500 block of the east Lumpkin alley. All of the wheels had been stolen.
A woman in the 11700 block of Moran reported she found a ladder up against her home. The resident said the ladder had been placed there sometime during the night.
A resident in the 5500 block of Caniff reported a break-in and the theft of $2,500.
A man was arrested and committed to a mental health facility after acting “bizarre and making irrational statements.” The man also ordered his pit bull to attack officers, which the dog then growled and charged them. Officers killed the dog at that point.