Car won. Monday, July 23 Possible runaway on Wynnwood. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Fire Department. The Oxford Fire Dept. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and Oxford Fire Department. The father defended himself by punching him back. Someone stole seven horse saddles from a barn on Metamora Rd. Thursday, April 24 A 59-year-old man on Twin Lakes Blvd. He was originally pulled over on W. Drahner for a traffic violation. Deputies were called to an alarm at the middle school and found two boys standing outside. A 47-year-old Oxford man was issued a citation for giving false information to a police officer during a traffic stop on Glaspie St. The pipes totaled $150,000. A mother on Meadow View reported that her 29-year-old daughter may be missing after taking a trip to Kalamazoo. The son was warned by sheriffs deputies not to return to the home. They said the men were swearing, yelling and grabbing females to dance. During a traffic stop on S. Washington, a 23-year-old Oxford man gave a village officer a false name because of a warrant he had for possession of marijuana. The sign was broken into three pieces. Reports of a juvenile complaint on Glaspie after kids were seen driving a golf cart to a fast food restaurant on S. Lapeer Rd. They were both cited for retail fraud. Oxford Police Reports added by on November 7, 2007View all posts by . A woman on Fountain View returned home to find her dresser drawers partially opened and a box containing jewelry spilled onto the floor. Her mothers worried because shes been hanging out with an older man. in silver spray paint on a womans shed on Chapman Branch. The man couldnt be contacted, but deputies left a message saying the matter was being investigated. A 15-year-old boy on Laurel Leah got into an argument with a 14-year-old boy over threatening messages that were sent to him over the internet. It belonged to a neighbor down the street whos vehicle was also broken into. The department has more than 70 full-time officers and staff and provides a wide range of protection and enforcement services. A couple on W. Manor got into a shoving match while they were drinking. A woman was seen pushing a cart full of groceries out of a store on N. Lapeer Rd. Wednesday, January 31 During a traffic stop on N. Lapeer Rd., an 18-year-old man from Oxford was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant out of Lapeer County. A 54-year-old man from Oxford was arrested for operating while under the influence of alcohol while driving on Glaspie St. His preliminary breath test was .16. A shower head was broken off, which caused water leakage, the kitchen cabinets were damaged and holes were punched in the drywall, among other things. An unknown person hit a mans mailbox on Deerpath Trail. A girl rode her bike to a coffee shop on S. Washington. A 26-year-old and a 19-year-old man were busted for retail fraud at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Fire Department. He eventually found his way to the sheriffs substation and was returned home. The woman said she has been receiving hang-up calls for several months. The man and his passenger were transported to P.O.H in Pontiac for medical treatment. The teen was stopped at Clarkston Rd. The boy apologized for the prank. It was one of many mailboxes that were hit along the road. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and Oxford Fire Department. after trying to steal headphones. He was also issued a citation for speeding and having a restricted license. Deputies found a broken beer bottle inside the vehicle and believe it was used to break the window. Sunday, January 6 A 16-year-old Oxford girl reported that she was sexually assaulted by an unknown male while hanging out with two other male acquaintances in Oxford. A man on Glenmoor Dr. called deputies after a man with a heavy southern accent left a message on his answering machine. A 29-year-old woman on Sanders was transported to the hospital for evaluation after she said she wanted to stay in her car until she froze to death. returned to find his garage entrance door had been kicked in and damaged. He was also issued a citation for having an improper license plate and for driving with a suspended license. The father got into his vehicle and drove it into another vehicle. Wednesday, January 23 Personal injury accident on S. Baldwin Rd. with her children fighting and their problems at school. A 50-year-old man is angry that he was charged a gratuity for his $134 Easter dinner at a restaurant on Lapeer Rd. Thursday, March 6 A woman on Ludwig reported that a 13-year-old boy threatened to shoot her 13-year-old son in the face. The 43-year-old woman eventually turned up at home. Reports of fireworks complaint on W. Burdick. He wanted to make sure the police in Oxford knew about the incident. Deputies were dispatched to a home on Maynard Circle where they believed minors were consuming alcohol. A crescent wrench was found at the scene, but didnt have any fingerprints on it. reported that a wolf entered her property and attacked her goats and several chickens. She received a scar on her nose because of the incident. Someone stole the license plate off of a Davison womans vehicle while in the parking lot of a store on N. Lapeer Rd. Police were called to the movie theater on Washington for a group of juveniles possibly fighting. Foley responded to a rollover crash at mile marker 34 northbound on I-95. The sheriffs department assisted the fire department for a fire in a garage on Minnetonka Dr. Eighty dollars in cash was stolen out of a mans wallet from a vehicle on Sebek St. The 43-year-old father was arrested for felonious assault. Reports of kids in a car on Pontiac making out.? An unknown person stole over $1,000 worth of powertools from a construction job site on Driftwood Ct. 193 Following. Saturday, February 23 A 27-year-old Oxford man was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated on Mill St. His preliminary breath test was .16 percent. A 46-year-old man on Parker Lake Dr. was choked by his 43-year-old roommate after he accused the man of stealing his medication. Unknown person(s) damaged a section of a private wood fence on Ora Rd. A 33-year-old female from Harrison Township was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated on N. Lapeer Rd. Sunday, July 30 A resident on Coryell Dr. found an unknown substance? The Oxford Police Department maintains Police Records on their arrests, searches, investigations, and the actions of police officers. The case was forwarded to the prosecutor for review. He found items from his garage strewn about his lawn and porch. An unknown person drove a BMX motor bike into a parked vehicle on Laurel Leah and fled the scene afterwards. Seventy-five dollars worth of lawn decorations were stolen from a womans backyard on Lakesview. Monday, January 1 A 57-year-old woman on Coryell Dr. reported that her 58-year-old husband was intoxicated, had verbally abused her and tried to force her out of the home. A briefcase, checks and a calculator were stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Parkside Ct. The man was very agitated when he gained consciousness, kicking and biting medical personnel. Tuesday, May 16 A 42-year-old woman on Hummer Lake Road reported identity theft after two credit card companies claimed she owed them $500 each. A Sterling Heights man was issued a citation for towing a utility trailer along S. Washington St. without working brake lights. Officers detected a strong odor of marijuana, and found $797 in cash and 41/2 ounces of marijuana and three marijuana plants. A man on Eastlake Trail called deputies after getting into an argument with his 42-year-old daughter about taking her medication. Friday, November 24 A 2001 black Ford Ranger pick up truck was stolen from a home on Glaspie. She was issued a citation for speeding and for driving against traffic. that was on fire in the woods. Reports of road rage on Coats Rd. She said he smacked her in the face again before leaving. A partial license plate was written down. Car versus deer on Indianwood Rd. Two personal injury accidents were reported two minutes apart at Hillcrest and Drahner and at N. Lapeer and Ray Rd. Friday, December 7 Deputies responded to a breaking and entering incident on the 2000 block of Curtis Rd. At 6:54 p.m. an Oakland County Sheriffs Deputy closed? A man on Hunters Rill returned home to find jewelry, cologne, a jacket, phone, DVD player and his alligator shoes were stolen. Thursday, July 12 A 17-year-old Lake Orion boy was caught trying to steal a box of condoms and a bottle of vodka from a store on N. Lapeer Rd. The owner of the pills was contacted. He also admitted to being on prescription medication and had marijuana cigarettes in the vehicle. Reports of juveniles driving over trash cans on Park St. A womans wallet was stolen from her purse while shopping at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. She even began to worship two of the deputies. Tuesday, February 27 A 44-year-old Oxford woman was issued a citation for retail fraud after a store detective saw her take toothpaste and shampoo without paying for it at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. Someone shattered a window, damaged a key lock and window frame of a vehicle on Heron Way. The garage door was kicked in, kitchen cabinets, the kitchen sink, counter tops, drywall, carpeting and a vast majority of copper plumbing was stolen from the home. Documents containing a mans personal family records were stolen from a mans unlocked vehicle on Baypointe Dr. The fire department transported him to POH for treatment. Both the mom and boyfriend said nothing got physical. A womans wallet was stolen from her home on Parker Lake Dr. She was transported to Crittenton Hospital for treatment. The 51-year-old man apparently called her a derogatory name and she hit him. Found bike on Oxford Lakes Dr. He was issued a citation for being a minor consuming alcohol after his preliminary breath test read .15 percent. A mans home on S. Glaspie was broken into and $700 in cash was stolen. A 13-year-old girl at Crossroads for Youth began yelling and swearing at another 14-year-old female and then hit her in the face. He refused to take a breath test. Sunday, December 10 An 18-year-old woman was observed taking jewelry and trying to leave a store on N. Lapeer Rd. A homeowner on Davis Lake Dr. reported that someone broke a window out of his vehicle and stole a CD case containing 71 CDs, a stereo front and remote control for the stereo. Burn complaint on Spruce. A beige purse was stolen from the vehicle. Medical emergency on Hidden Lane. An i-Pod was stolen from an unlocked vehicle on Inverness Dr. Wednesday, December 5 A 69-year-old man reported that someone entered his vehicle and stole various items while it was at a repair shop on S. Lapeer Rd. The homeowner suffered minor burns to his legs and was transported to POH for treatment. The woman was spray-painting a red heart on the ground around her vehicle and was speaking wildly, saying things like she had a message from God and that she was afraid 9-11 was going to happen again. A business owner on N. Lapeer spoke to an employee about the quality of his work. The landlord was confronted by the tenants mother and began arguing. Oxford Police Reports added by on May 16, 2007View all posts by . Friday, June 29 A 21-year-old man and a 19-year-old man were issued citations for posession of marijuana during a traffic stop on W. Burdick. Oxford Police Reports added by on December 19, 2007View all posts by . A 51-year-old Dryden man was arrested for operating while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license on N. Washington. An unknown person stole a mans flag pole and the American and POW flags that were flying on it in his yard on Basket Branch. He was originally pulled over for a traffic violation on N. Oxford Rd. The sheriffs marine division was able to retrieve the items from the island, which included a pack of beer. A 25-year-old man from Royal Oak was arrested on Baldwin for operating while intoxicated. The contraband was destroyed. Two parents on E. Burdick were questioned for possible child neglect against their one-year-old son. She was heavily medicated and transported to POH. The girl was told not to call her anymore. the 51-year-old man from Wixom was intoxicated and said he thought he was in his own home. Reports of medical emergencies on E. Drahner, Brabb, Chelsea Blvd., Trillium Trail. Reports of someone entering a business on N. Washington Rd. An unknown person knocked a mailbox off its post and stole it on W. Oakwood Rd. A juvenile petition was filed. He was arrested for disorderly conduct-public intoxication. A man on Gill called deputies after his soon-to-be ex-wife came to his home to get her belongings without permission. An Oxford woman on Myrtle Trail reported receiving several unwanted phone calls from a man she doesnt know. She was advised on how to obtain a personal protection order. A woman on Dunlap Circle reported that her son stole $385 from her purse and took her vehicle without permission. A 61-year-old man was reported missing from a group home on Hummer Lake Rd. Her mother assured deputies that she would be losing all of driving privileges. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and Oxford Fire Department. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Fire Department. The man agreed to leave the residence for the evening. The daughter was supposed to pick up her mother from the hospital in her truck, but never showed up. The woman and her baby werent harmed and the boyfriend was arrested for domestic assault. A group of juvenile girls told a man they saw a boy leave a green duffle bag in the woods between the middle school and trailer park off of Lakeville Rd. 1 Octoraro Alley . Sunday, May 13 An unknown person broke into a mans shed on Danwood and stole several tools. A 49-year-old Attica woman refused to submit to a breath test after being pulled over on Oakwood Rd. Monday, December 17 An employee at a sandwich shop on N. Lapeer Rd. A man was driving down S. Lapeer Rd. A GPS was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle on Crestmoor Dr. His preliminary breath test was .16. Someone entered a garage on Lakesview Dr. and stole a boat motor, a snow blower and a lawn edger. Oxford Police Reports added by on May 28, 2008View all posts by . A mail carrier found three drivers licenses in a mailbox while on their route. The mother and daughter in the home had no idea what was going on. The celebrity chef . Skateboarders were escorted from a Pontiac St. church porch. were damaged by an unknown person. Saturday, April 7 A 25-year-old man from Oxford was arrested for an outstanding warrant out of Sanilac County during a traffic stop on Lakeville Rd. The husband locked her out of their bedroom. Sunday, February 25 Deputies were dispatched to a home on Crestwood to help a reportedly suicidal 21-year-old man. Her blood alcohol content was .29 percent. Reports of a slip and fall on Heron way. A 16-year-old girl was seen putting two bottles of vodka in a bag she was carrying at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. The homeowner was using it to pump water from a swamp. She believes it may be someone she sent a deed restriction violation to. Someone stole a womans credit card and birth control pills while at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. Wednesday, June 25 A mans golf clubs were stolen out of his vehicle trunk, but then placed in a neighbors trash can on Crestmoor Dr. The people who attended the party denied taking any of the items. Two teenage girls ran away from Crossroads for Youth while on a group walk on the Polly Ann Trail. He was arrested for domestic violence. She was transferred to Childrens Village. A patron at a business on S. Washington refused to leave after being asked numerous times. Reports of a personal injury accident at Ray Rd. They said they were bored. A 23-year-old Independence Twp. The 11-year-old girl had a blood alcohol content of .087 percent and was transported to the hospital. Oxford Police Reports added by on June 21, 2006View all posts by . Friday, December 8 An unknown person entered a trailer on Parker Lake by breaking a kitchen window. Incidents taken from reports made by the Oakland County Sheriffs Department, Oxford Village Police Department and the Oxford Township Fire Department. Thursday, August 9 Someone stole a mans lawnmower, weed whip and leaf blower from his vehicle on Pontiac St. A blue and black Camo bicycle was stolen from the side of a garage on Crawford. Two large plastic windows on a smoking hut at a building on S. Lapeer Rd. The fire department responded to four medical emergency calls. Wednesday, September 5 The Oxford Fire Department was called to a home on N. Oxford Rd. The fire department transported one of the men to POH for treatment. His preliminary breath test was .12. The man was issued a citation for careless driving. He was arrested for domestic violence. Monday, July 16 An Oxford mans vehicle was towed to a dealership in Lake Orion. Oxford Police Reports added by on February 14, 2007View all posts by . The note said the neighbor had turned away a potential buyer of his condo. His blood alcohol content was .13 percent. The 39-year-old woman was ticketed for being a disorderly person. There was no damage done to the buses. Tuesday, April 17 The Oxford Fire Department was called to extinguish a small fire possibly set by juveniles on Glaspie St. Wednesday, April 18 A woman on Baypointe Dr. turned in a wallet she found on the street. Oxford police reports added by on September 13, 2006View all posts by . Wednesday, May 7 A woman on Manitou Lane reported threatening and harassing phone calls from a man in Pontiac. Saturday, September 10 A 17-year-old and 16-year-old boy from Crossroads for Youth got into an argument over one of them dumping laundry on the others bed. When the neighbor confronted them, they fled on foot. Thursday, January 4 A woman on S. Baldwin Rd. On February 8, 2023 the Oxford Police were dispatched to the 300 Blk Broad Street for a reported physical domestic disturbance. Saturday, August 26 A 1992 blue Ford Thunderbird was stolen from a home on N. Coats. Zouhair A. Bouzrara, 61, of 700 Main St., Portland, on a charge of disorderly conduct, 3 a.m. Wednesday, March 1, at Oxford Casino, by Oxford Police Department. A 21-year-old woman on Hunters Rill called deputies after her 21-year-old live-in boyfriend pushed her to the ground. Monday, December 10 A 41-year-old Addison Twp. A caller reported a small over fire on W. Burdick St., even though they had already put it out with a fire extinguisher. and stealing cash from a desk drawer. Friday, February 16 Deputies went to check on a registered sex offender supposedly living on Crestwood, but found out he had passed away a few months ago. A 25-year-old man on Brentwood reported $1,300 charged to his credit card account by an unknown person. A woman on Pontiac reported that while she was on vacation an unknown person took up residence in her home. Garcia was transported to the Oxford. A woman was attending a baseball game at a school on Lakeville Rd. Sheriff deputies arrived and called the Oxford Fire Department for help. Thursday, September 14 A 20-year-old man was arrested on Spezia for operating while intoxicated. A woman on the process of moving her trailer from Laurel Leah returned to find that someone spray painted the word out? Monday, September 11 A 36-year-old woman from St. Louis, MO was cited for retail fraud at a store on N. Lapeer Rd. Sunday, July 15 Reports of a loud party on Lafayette. buildings and then slunk into some woods. Male harassing a Scripter Park employee he refused to get out of the water at 8:23 p.m. A woman called paramedics to her home on Indian Lake Rd. The tires were also flattened. A 26-year-old woman on Country View made a threat report at the sheriffs substation after her brothers girlfriend called her and said shes going to hit her with a baseball bat and burn her house down. The suspects appeared to unscrew the outdoor lights so no one would see them. The thieves left her purse that was right underneath it. He also pushed her against the cabinets. Public Works Department: 610-932-7970 : Recycling, Solid Waste & Yard Debris: Recyclopedia: Right To Know Request: Borough of Oxford. Someone entered a mans unlocked vehicle on Pineridge and stole $360 in cash. Identity theft on Boulder Ln. The man denied making any threats. A man on Maynard Circle called with chest pains. Saturday, April 21 A 15-year-old boy threw a rock and shattered the drivers window of a vehicle driving by on Seymour Lake Rd. According to reports, upon inventory of equipment at a N. Lapeer Rd, facility a $1,400 DVD recorder and a $900, 300 disk DVD player were missing (as was $30 in petty cash).