2010-12-12 / Police Beat

Police Beat

Barn burglarized

NORTH BRANCH TWP. — A Burnside Road man told the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Dept. Nov. 29 that his 21-year-old son came home to find their barn had been forced open and several items missing and several others by the side of the road.

House burglarized

DRYDEN — A Tag Alder Ridge woman told Dryden Township Police Nov. 29 that she came home from Louisiana to find a window open, a screen removed and things missing from her house.

Home, barn entered

OREGON TWP. — A Ferndale man told the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Dept. Nov. 29 that his father arrived at his Ferns Road home to find it and his barn had been burglarized. There is a suspect.

Break-in at house

IMLAY CITY — A West Fourth Street man told Imlay City Police Nov. 29 that he came home to find two Xbox 360s and his television missing and clothes and blankets scattered all over the floor. Threats made

DEERFIELD TWP. — A Burnside Road man told the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Dept. Nov. 29 that some money orders were stolen from his home in October. He said there is a suspect in that theft and he’s been tracking the money orders through Walmart. He said his sister, who is not the suspect, is now threatening him and his wife.

Man assaulted

LAPEER — A Raleigh Avenue man told Lapeer City Police Nov. 30 that he was attacked down the street from where he lives a couple of days earlier. The man spoke with police after police were contacted by an emergency room employee at Lapeer Regional Medical Center.

Dog found in weeds stabbed to death

MAYFIELD TWP. — A North Saginaw Road woman told Central Dispatch Nov. 30 that her lab/husky mix went missing the day before and she had just found it in weeds near her apartment. It had been stabbed to death.

— Phil Foley

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