Crime Log… 8/8/14

By Charles Sercombe
This week’s Crime Log covers July 29-Aug. 4.

Tuesday, July 29
At almost 10:30 p.m. a woman was robbed by two men riding bikes while in the 2300 block of Andrus. The suspects fled with the woman’s cell phone.
At a little after 2 a.m. two men were seen damaging two cars in the 11400 block of St. Aubin.
At about 3:30 a.m. three men were seen breaking into a car in the 11600 block of Lumpkin and attempting to steal it. Instead, the men ran away.
At a little after 2:30 a.m. two or three men were seen breaking into a Dodge Ram in the 11700 block of McDougall. When suspects realized they were being watched, they ran away.
At a little after 4:30 a.m. a Ford Escape was stolen from the 2600 block of Norwalk. The car was recovered on Buffalo, sitting on blocks with all of its wheels stolen.
At 5:30 a.m. a man and woman were ticketed for openly sleeping nude in a business in the 10300 block of Jos. Campau.
A woman reported that her husband, who is bi-polar, was missing.
At a little after 1 p.m. a man was robbed at gunpoint while in the 11300 block of Jos. Campau. The male suspect fled in a dark-colored car.

Wednesday, July 30

A Conant business owner reported a customer paid him with a bad check.
A man was reported to have stolen a cell phone from Pro Discount.
A Holmes resident reported her 2003 Chrysler Sebring stolen.

Thursday, July 31

A business owner in the 10000 block of Jos. Campau reported that someone attempted to break in.
A woman reported receiving a counterfeit $20 bill from Checkers on Jos. Campau.
A couple living on Poland were accused of making harassing telephone calls.

Friday, August 1
A resident reported the theft of his 2004 Dodge Ram.
At a little after midnight, a man was arrested for drunk driving after being found passed out behind the wheel of his car while at Belmont and Brombach.
During a traffic stop in the 12000 block of Oklahoma, a man was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, possessing narcotic paraphernalia, being wanted on an outstanding Hamtramck warrant and being publicly intoxicated.
DNR officers from Belle Isle dropped off a person wanted on a Hamtramck warrant.
Saturday, August 2
A Holbrook resident reported the attempted theft of his Dodge Ram.
At 11:30 p.m. four men, one armed with a handgun, robbed people in the 10300 block of Conant of their cell phones and a wallet.
A man was arrested for disorderly conduct while at White Star bar.
At almost 2 a.m. a woman reported someone broke in her car at Jos. Campau and Casmere and stole her purse and cell phone.
At 8 a.m. a woman in the 12000 block of Moran reported that her 17-year-old son had run away from home.
A landlord reported a former tenant stole his stove from his rental dwelling in the 12000 block of Gallagher.
A Washington Twp. man was arrested for armed robbery after he robbed a man at gunpoint at the Huntington Bank ATM.
Sunday, August 3
A Hamtramck juvenile was detained at a little after midnight for violating the city’s curfew. The youth was turned over to his parent.
At 1:20 a.m. a resident reported someone damaged his car while it was parked in the 2000 block of Caniff. The suspect was seen running away.
A Warren resident was arrested for trespassing and possessing a gun while intoxicated.
At a little after 5 a.m. a person was arrested for being drunk after being found asleep on the steering wheel of his car while at Carpenter and Nagel.
A cross-complaint of animal attacks was made in the 2200 block of Florian.
Monday, August 4
A woman was arrested for obstructing and interfering with a tow truck driver attempting to impound a car.
At about 12:30 a.m. a person was arrested for reckless driving.
At almost 3 a.m. three people were arrested for peeping into a window at a residence in the 3900 block of Yemans. Cocaine was also found.
A fraud report was made about someone claiming to be an IRS agent and demanding a resident to make payments or risk being jailed.
A Hewitt resident reported someone repeatedly called saying that because that person had a good credit history they were eligible for grant money if they provided personal information.

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