Crime Log …6/29/12

By Alan Madeleine

This week, Crime Log is once again a compilation of some of the more newsworthy events taken from the Hamtramck Police Department’s Intelligence Reports, as they have made them available to us for between the dates of Thursday, June 21, and Wednesday, June 27.

From Thursday, June 22:

 (From 9:25 p.m. Wednesday night) A woman living in the 2600 block of Caniff reported that someone gained entry into her apartment, and then stole unspecified property from inside.

 A woman reported that she was assaulted by her ex-boyfriend. He fled prior to police arrival, but then returned while police were still present, and was then arrested.

 A man was arrested for drunk driving, as well as for a CCW violation and possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop at Jos. Campau & Faber. His car was impounded, and additionally his dog had to be brought to the station for safekeeping.

 At 8:14 a.m., a Hamtramck Fireman was assaulted by someone who ultimately had to be taken to Detroit Receiving Hospital for committal.

 At 1:16 a.m., officers placed two persons under arrest, after apprehending them in a vehicle that had been stolen during a home invasion in Madison Heights.

From Friday, June 23:

 A woman was arrested for obstructing officers and being disorderly after she was found causing a disturbance at a location in the 2300 block of Danforth, and then refused to leave.

 A woman reported having cash and her social security card stolen from her apartment in the 12000 block of Grand Haven.

 A man was arrested by officers investigating suspected gang activity, after it was determined that he possessed a concealed handgun.

 A man was arrested in the 3000 block of Lehman after he assaulted his roommate.

From Saturday, June 24:

 Officers responding to an alarm at a building in the 2400 block of Denton found a rear window broken out, and entry apparently made through the same. No other information followed as to what was done about the situation.

 At 9:43 a.m., an employee of a school in the 11400 block of Charest reported that someone had broken in overnight, between 10 p.m. on the previous evening and 9 a.m. on this date, and stolen four Apple I-Mac Computers.

 A man living in the 3400 block of Evaline reported that someone stole his gray push-mower sometime over the past three days.

 A woman living in the 8500 block of Jos. Campau reported that a neighbor assaulted her with a Bar-B-Q utensil.

From Sunday, June 24:

 (From Saturday evening) At 4:48 p.m., a resident living in the 11700 block of Fleming reported being robbed. No further details given.

 A man was arrested for disorderly conduct at Jos. Campau and Casmere.

 A man was arrested for assaulting his wife at their home in the 11600 block of Lumpkin.

 A Detroit resident was arrested for obstructing the officers while they were performing a traffic stop. He was warned repeatedly to move away from the area, but did not.

 Officers took a report of a black female, by name, who was observed slashing the tires of a 1994 Ford Van in front of a location in the 2200 block of Hewitt at about 2:15 p.m.

 An agent for a shoe repair shop in the 2200 block of Caniff reported that a former tenant assaulted him with a plastic bottle.

 A man was arrested near Carpenter and St. Aubin, after an officer observed him riding recklessly on a mini-bike, because had never obtained a driver’s license, and he also had a 3rd Circuit Court drug warrant out on him.

 A person living on Mitchell was cited for leaving the scene of an accident that had earlier occurred at Holbrook and McDougall at around 8:40 p.m.

From Monday, June 25:

 (From late Sunday) A man was arrested for domestic violence.

 AT 3:06 a.m., officers responded to a break-in at an academy in the 2400 block of Denton. No further information on what they found.

 A Detroit resident was arrested during an investigation of a domestic violence complaint in the 2700 block of Edwin.

 An employee of the Hamtramck Housing Commission reported being harassed by the father of a child who had previously been removed from the summer youth program.

 A juvenile male was arrested for assaulting another juvenile near Gallagher and Yemans at a little after 8:30 p.m.

From Tuesday, June 26:

 Right at midnight, a woman reported that her boyfriend broke out her car window, and then struck her in the face with a 2X4. He then fled.

 Officers had to shoot dead a stray pitbull dog after it charged at them while they were trying to catch it, after it had terrorized a homeowner in the 3000 block of Trowbridge.

 A woman living in the 3200 block of Yemans reported the theft of her passport, green card, some jewelry, and some cash by her estranged husband.

 A resident living in the 2300 block of Faber reported the theft of two Mongoose BMX bicycles at 4 p.m. One bike was black, with no other graphics, and the other one was blue and black, and had the phrase “Outer Limits” on it.

 A man living in the 3900 block of Trowbridge reported that an ex-girlfriend had broken into his house and then stolen his pit bull dog.

 A woman living in the 12000 block of Lumpkin reported the theft of two bicycles from her front porch, sometime on this date between 2 a.m. and 8 a.m.

From Wednesday, June 27:

 A woman was arrested after her boyfriend reported that she assaulted him at his home in the 3900 block of Trowbridge.

 A juvenile male was arrested and transported to the Wayne County Youth Home after his mother reported that he assaulted her at their home in the 3900 block of Yemans.

 Four juveniles were arrested for curfew violations by officers investigating a malicious destruction of property complaint on Roosevelt near Gallagher.

 A man was arrested after he assaulted his girlfriend with a handgun. No location given.

 Just before 5 p.m., a woman living in the 2400 block of Poland had a necklace torn off her neck and her iPhone taken by two black males, one tall and about 19 years old, the other one 16 years old and with lighter skin.
In addition, officers made these arrests following traffic stops: two for being presented with fraudulent auto insurance, two for driving on suspended licenses, one for possession of an illegal substance with intent to distribute, one for possession of narcotics paraphernalia, and four on various warrants; they investigated five car crashes, plus one crash involving property damage and one involving a pedestrian, as well as a case of child abuse; took reports of four incidents of property damage, two of theft, one of a person being stalked, two of missing minors (one of which was resolved by the family), and one of a stolen vehicle being recovered in Detroit; and also transported one person for committal, logged one incident of found property, and notified DPW of one incident of unauthorized dumping and one case of a broken window on an empty home.

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