2018-04-15 / Police Beat

Police Beat

Police Beat is a compilation of reports from the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Dept.

Suspicious vehicle

HADLEY TWP. — A Pratt Road man told deputies April 11 that a vehicle had been parked near his home for 20 minutes with its lights on. Deputies found a motorist with a flat tire waiting for roadside assistance.

Building found secure

LAPEER — An alarm company told deputies April 11 that a motion sensor had been tripped at Smokers Palace on Summit Street. Deputies found the building secure.

Home alarms tripped

ATTICA TWP. – An alarm company told deputies April 11 that a door sensor tripped at a North Lake George home. The alarm company canceled before deputies arrived.

• An alarm company told deputies April 10 that a motion sensor tripped at a North Summers Road home in Goodland Township. Deputies found the home secure.

• An alarm company told deputies April 10 that a door sensor tripped at an Elba Road home. Deputies found the home secure.

• An alarm company told deputies April 9 that a front motion alarm tripped at a South Lake Pleasant Road residence in Attica Township. The alarm company canceled before deputies arrived.

Man, 19, arrested

GOODLAND TWP. — Deputies arrested a 19-year-old Schook Road man on an unspecified warrant April 10 and took him to court.

Two-car crash reported

MAYFIELD TWP. — Motorists told deputies April 10 that a Chevrolet Impala and a Chevrolet Equinox collided on Davis Lake Road.

Hold-up alarm tripped

LAPEER TWP. — An alarm company told deputies April 10 that a holdup alarm had tripped at M21 Auto and Truck Salvage on Imlay City Road. Deputies found there was no problem.

Pickup truck stolen

IMLAY TWP. — A Bowers Road

man told deputies April 10 that thieves took his non-running 1992 GMC 1500 pickup.

Shooting complaint

MAYFIELD TWP. — A Roods Lake Road woman told deputies April 11 that someone was shooting near her home and she thought they were too close. Deputies reported hearing nothing when they arrived in the area.

Moving dispute

ATTICA TWP. — Movers at New Life Christian Church on Newark Road told deputies April 10 that a man was refusing to pay for services. The man told deputies he’d hired the company to move things from his office to his home and storage unit and then to the church.

The man said many of the items were left at the wrong location and the walls in his home were damaged. Deputies said the movers and the man agreed to separate and the man said he’d contact the company in the morning to straighten things out.

Alarmed by screams

ATTICA TWP. — A Lum Road resident told deputies April 9 that a woman was screaming somewhere to the west of his home. Deputies found nothing.

Deer/vehicle collisions reported

LAPEER TWP. — The driver of a Ford Mustang told deputies April 9 that he hit a deer on South Lapeer Road south of I-69. He said the deer kept going.

• The driver of a Chevrolet Silverado told deputies April 9 they hit a deer on Daley Road between Fish Lake and Five Lakes road. They said they were uninjured, but the deer was dead.

• A motorist told deputies April 11 that they hit a deer on Vernor Road in Attica Road.

Dog suspected in death of chickens, ducks

BURLINGSTON TWP. — A Slattery Road woman told deputies April 9 that she came home to find more than a dozen dead chickens and ducks and dog prints all over the property.

Suspicious vehicles

ELBA TWP. — A Genesee Road man told deputies April 9 his wife saw a beat-up green truck and a man looking in the ditch. Later, he said, a long-haired, bearded man with glasses stopped in an older Buick Le Sabre, got out and looked in the same ditch before driving off. Deputies found nothing.

Armed man?

ELBA TWP. — A Harsen Road woman told deputies April 9 that a 5-foot-8 man in his late teens was walking south toward Genesee Road carrying a rifle. Deputies found no one.

Neighborhood dispute

ATTICA TWP. — A Lakeview Drive woman told deputies April 9 that the neighbors have been harassing her family on social media and complaining to their landlord. Deputies noted the two families have a long history of conflict.

— Phil Foley

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