2010-02-14 / Police Beat

Police Beat

Bike found

LAPEER — Lapeer City Police picked up a bicycle Feb. 8 that was abandoned at St. Paul Lutheran Church on Millville Road.

Roaming beagle

IMLAY CITY — A Main Street woman told Imlay City Police Feb. 8 that a gold and white beagle mix chased her son into their yard.

Hunting dogs

ELBA TWP. — A caller on Lippincott Road told Central Dispatch Feb. 8 that a Golden Retriever and a Black Lab were running loose in their neighborhood.

On the loose

GOODLAND TWP. — A Cade Road man told Central Dispatch Feb. 9 that his white and tan beagle took off. The dog has tags.

Rambling sleds

ELBA TWP. — A Hammond Road man told the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Dept. Feb. 10 that snowmobiles were running up and down the road and turning in people’s yards.

DEERFIELD TWP. — A Norway Lake Road woman told Central Dispatch Feb. 10 that a red snowmobile was speeding on the road.

ELBA TWP. — A Greenfield Court man told Central Dispatch Feb. 10 that his neighbor was riding a snowmobile up and down the road.

Fuel swiped

ATTICA TWP. — An employee at Parsch Oil and Propane told the Lapeer County Sheruff’s Dept. Feb. 9 that someone stole a 120-gallon propane tank.

Mickey missing

OREGON TWP. — A Virginia Drive woman told Central Dispatch Feb. 9 that thieves took her Mickey Mouse stuff.

Paint vandals

LAPEER TWP. — A Newark Road man told Central Dispatch Feb. 9 that vandals shot his house with orange paintballs.

Hungry dog

LAPEER TWP. — A West Sutton Road man told Central Dispatch Feb. 10 that a white and brown Great Dane was wandering the neighborhood and eating all his cat food.

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