Crime Watch 6/9-6/22

Milan Police Department Incident and Activity Summary for June 9 thru June 22, 2013

Note: This is for a two week period

This is a summary of incidents that the police department responded to over the last week. It is meant to provide a review of the type and variety of issues occurring in the community that the PD handled. It does not reflect every incident responded to, as some may be too sensitive to list on a document of this nature, while others are still under investigation. All names of complainants, suspects, and witnesses, as well as residential addresses have been omitted to insure privacy. In some cases the street name has also been left off.

General Notes and Definitions:

• CFS is the Call for Service or police incident number of the given case.

• The next number in line is the military time an incident occurred or was reported.

• Property checks include activities such as checking buildings; they also include checking residences when citizens ask for additional attention due to being out of town.

• Foot Patrols include activities where officers get out of their cars and walk downtown, in and around businesses, through neighborhoods, as well as at the schools.

• Community/public Relations include community or special events that officers work or participate in; they also include instances where an officer stops in at a business and checks in with the owner/employees, or touches base with citizens while conducting patrols in and around neighborhoods to talk, share information, or provide crime prevention tips.

• Medical/Fire Tally is the total of all EMS and Fire runs dispatched out of the Milan PD Dispatch Center each day. Since this is a Fire Authority and serves areas outside the city limits, the tally serves to reinforce the totality of Fire and EMS runs dispatched both inside and outside the city.

• Family Troubles/Domestics are incidents where the PD is called involving any number of disputes between spouses, ex-spouses, boyfriend/girlfriends, ex-boyfriends/girlfriends, custody disputes, as well as property disputes. In these cases, police investigation may not result in formal enforcement action, nonetheless the police are called upon to intervene, insure safety, keep the peace, and attempt to assist in providing solutions.

• Peace Keeping/Civil Matters/Miscellaneous Disputes are incidents that involve some sort of conflict that does not rise to the level of a crime, however the police are called to try and mitigate and/or resolve the issues, assist the disputants solve the underlying problems, stand by while property is removed, resolve neighbor problems, stand by during custody exchanges, or simply keep the peace between individuals that are arguing with one another.

• Threats/Harassment Complaints include verbal threats, harassing/threatening text messages, and threatening/harassing telephone calls.

• Noise Complaints include any number or ordinance violations such as loud music, loud parties, construction noises, loud engines/exhausts, disturbing the peace, etc.

• Liquor Inspections are required by the State Liquor Control Commission. They involve inspecting establishments that sell alcohol to insure minors are not being served; individuals are not being over-served; licensing guidelines are being followed; and there are no disturbances, disorderly conduct or other illegal activities taking place.

• Traffic Arrests are arrests for drunk driving and license violations, such as Driving on a Suspended License, Driving Without a License in Possession; Operators License never Acquired.

• Emotional/Psychological Incidents are incidents where a subject is in emotional/psychological distress and as a result are a threat to harm themselves or someone else, and therefore require hospitalization for medical/psychological treatment/evaluation.

General Policing Activities for the Week:

Traffic Stops: 20
Park Checks: 42
Property Checks: 46
Community/Public Relations: 13
Foot Patrols: 3
Vehicle Lock-Outs: 9
Defective Equipment Citation Inspection Sign Offs: 3
Court Ordered Preliminary Breath Tests: 1
Gun Permits Processed: 9
Background Checks Processed: 5
Freedom of Information Requests Processed:
Milan Area Fire and EMS Dispatch Tally: 35
Extra Patrols at Schools: 10
Licensing Inspections at State Controlled Liquor Establishments: 5
Medical Runs Responded To: 14
Emotional/Psychological Incidents: 2

News Items:

2013/2014 Budget Passed by City Council – Reduction in Tap In Fees Announced

At the May 20, 2013 Council Meeting, the proposed 2013/2014 Budget was passed. It is a balanced budget. One of the key issues that came out of this year’s budget planning sessions was the decision to reduce water and sewer tap in fees for new construction sites from what was previously approximately $10,000.00 to approximately $5,000.00. The 50% reduction in these fees represents a significant incentive to attract new development within the City. There have already been seven new applications submitted under these reduced fee schedules. For additional information on these fee reductions, contact Ms. Sherry Steinwedel or Mr. Robert Grostick at 734-439-1501.

Consumer Fireworks Ordinance Updated

In conjunction with a recently passed State law updating local communities’ ability to restrict the use of consumer fireworks, the Milan City Council adopted new restrictions on fireworks use. Previously, Milan City Ordinance prohibited the use of fireworks in the City except on the day before, the day of, and the day after a national holiday. The Council passed additional restrictions limiting the use of fireworks on the day before, the day of, and the day after a national holiday to between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. Use is prohibited between 1:00 a.m. and 8:a.m. Violations are civil infractions, which are punishable by a fine. This update is immediately in effect. A copy is reprinted below.

8.2.4 It shall be unlawful for any person to ignite, discharge and use consumer fireworks at any time from any location in the City of Milan except between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 a.m. on the day preceding, the day of, and the day after a national holiday.

Attached is a copy of frequently asked questions regarding fireworks from the MI.gov website

Upcoming Activities in Milan: No new announcements

Street Light Survey Completed – repair requests forwarded.

Incident Summaries:

Saturday June 22

CFS#4045 2200 Ideal Barking Dog
Ofc Chatell responded to above for a report of a barking dog in the backyard. Ofc made contact with the homeowner who advised she would be taking the dog in for the night and there would be no further problems.

CFS#4043 1936 Assist Washtenaw County Sheriff Dept.
WSCD advised they were out with a subject from Milan in one of their jurisdictions who was confused and disorientated. They advised that HVA was on the scene and would probably be transporting the subject to one of the hospitals. They requested we try and make contact with a family member at the subject’s Milan residence. Ofc responded and made contact with a subject there and advised him of the situation.

CFS#4042 1835 Civil Matter/Boyfriend Girlfriend Trouble
Ofcs Terrill and Heams responded to a verbal dispute. Ofc’s made contact with a male and female who were arguing; verbal only – no assault. Ofc’s separated both parties who calmed down after a few minutes.

CFS#4041 1804 Main/Wabash Warrant Arrest
Sgt Nieman took a subject into custody for 2 Felony warrants out of Plymouth PD. One was for Dangerous Drugs and the other was for Larceny from a Building. Subject initially attempted to flee on foot, however was unsuccessful.

CFS#4038 1632 Ferman Reckless Driver
Sgt Nieman responded to speak with complainant reference vehicles driving recklessly down Gay St and driving the wrong way. While out on the complaint, Sgt made a traffic stop on a vehicle violating the no turn sign at that location.

CFS#4037 1611 Primrose Alarm
Sgt Nieman responded to a residential burglary alarm coming from the rear sliding door called in by ADT. Sgt checked the house which appeared secure. Dispatch made contact with the owner and advised of the situation.

CFS#4036 1537 Boyfriend Girlfriend Trouble
Ofcs Terrill and Heams responded to a report of a fight in progress. Ofc’s made contact with a male and female who stated that no assault occurred, they were just arguing. Both parties were separated and Ofc’s cleared scene.

CFS#4035 1441 County 911 Hang Up
Ofc Terrill responded to a 911 hang up; no problems found.

CFS#4032 1251 Dexter Motorist Assist
Ofc Terrill responded to the area for a report of a broken down vehicle blocking one lane of traffic; vehicle had been moved upon officer’s arrival.

CFS#4031 1120 Civil Standby/Peacekeeping
Ofc Terrill stood by for a property exchange between former associates.

CFS#4028 1002 County Assist MAFD/Fire
Ofc Terrill responded to a report of a small fire in a business; fire was extinguished by MAFD.

CFS#4027 0948 E Main Juvenile Problem
Ofc Terrill responded to the area and handled a report that kids were in the street trying to get motorists to stop for their car wash. The kids were also reportedly running after cars yelling, “Your car is dirty.” Complainant was just concerned for their safety.

CFS#4026 0800 Citywide Council Packets
Ofc Terrill delivered City Council packets

CFS#4022 0230 W Main St Hit and Run Private Property Crash
Ofcs Walters & Chatell were dispatched for a report of an apparently intoxicated male who got into a gold GMC Sierra, backed into a Jeep, and left the lot. The suspect vehicle was last seen W/B on W Main St. Ofc’s checked the area, but were unable to locate the suspect. The owner of the car that was struck was also unavailable. A voicemail & business card were left for the owner to contact the PD reference the report.

CFS#4021 0217 Canfield Disturbance
Ofcs Chatell & Walters were dispatched to the area for a report of several subjects, late teens to early 20’s in the parking lot. The caller advised they were yelling at each other and possibly getting ready to fight. Upon arrival, Ofc Chatell & Walters did not observe any altercations or groups of subjects out and about. Two subjects that were located in the area stated they hadn’t observed any altercations.

Friday June 21

CFS#4011 2123 E Main/Dexter Traffic Complaint
Ofc Chatell responded to check the area for a reckless driver. Caller advised a silver or gold 4 door Chevy truck swerved into his lane. Ofc made contact with vehicle owner at his residence who denied any erratic driving.

CFS#4010 2103 E Main Broken Window
Ofcs Walters and Chatell along with Sgt Nieman responded to a report of a window that was broken on the front of a business. Caller stated they heard a loud noise and then the window broke. Unknown how it was damaged. Sgt made contact with the business owner who requested assistance with securing the building. Dispatch contacted a restoration company who responded to secure the window. No evidence of break-in.

CFS#4009 2023 Dexter Suspicious Vehicle
While on patrol Sgt Nieman observed an occupied vehicle parked behind a vacant building. Sgt made contact with the occupant, who advised she was just finishing eating and would be on her way.

CFS#4005 1556 Assault
Ofcs Terrill and Burgos responded to a reported assault in progress at a business. Ofc’s arrived on scene and spoke with workers who stated a male and female were arguing and that both parties had left prior to officers’ arrival. Follow-up resulted in the identification of the involved parties and revealed the female had been assaulted. Charges are pending.

CFS#4004 1525 Main Animal Welfare Check
Ofc Terrill responded to check on a dog that was left in a van in the parking lot with all the windows rolled up. Ofc made contact with the dog owner. The dog appeared healthy and not under any stress. The owner took the dog home.

CFS#4001 1432 Wabash/Division Dog Complaint
Ofc Terrill met with representative from the Post Office regarding being chased by a dog from the above area. Dog owner was identified, contacted, and warned.

CFS #3997 0143 Squires Dr & Richards Suspicious Vehicle
While on patrol, Ofc Walters observed a vehicle parked on Squires Dr near the RR tracks. The vehicle, a 2002 Lincoln, was unoccupied and no one was around. The area was checked and everything appeared ok.

Thursday June 20

CFS#3993/3994 2141 Disturbance
Ofc Walters/Sgt Butler responded to a report of a possible disturbance. Monroe Central Dispatch called stating they received several 911 hang up calls from the location regarding some kind of disturbance going on. Walters & Butler made contact with a male and a female. They were arguing. There was no assault. He was intoxicated and reportedly damaged her laptop. Officers assisted him find alternative arrangements for the rest of the night.

CFS#3991 2003 Ash Larceny from Auto
Sgt Butler responded to meet with complainant reference items that were stolen from her vehicle sometime overnight. Items taken were a GPS, a power cord, and an iPhone case.

CFS#3990 2002 Wabash Suspicious Person/Welfare Check
Sgt Butler responded to the area for a male subject that was reportedly acting strangly and appeared to be possibly under the influence of something. Sgt checked the area and made contact with the subject who appeared to be acting fine. No problem found.

CFS#3989 1602 County Alarm
Ofc Terrill responded to a residential burglary alarm. All was secure; no problems found.

CFS#3988 1528 35 Neckel Assist FD
PD assisted MAFD Chief with background checks for potential new hires.

CFS#3986 1313 W Main Private Property Crash
Officer Burgos handled a private property crash; no injuries.

CFS#3985 1311 Wabash VIN Inspection
Ofc Burgos handled a VIN inspection.

CFS#3983 1214 35 Neckel Harassment Complaint
Harassment complainant taken at the station.

CFS#3982 0656 35 Neckel Found Dog
A subject brought in a dog that he found at the intersection of Wabash and Neckel. It appeared to be a black lab puppy. The dog was placed in the PD garage. No one called inquiring about the dog. Animal Welfare was contacted and picked up the puppy.

Wednesday June 19

CFS #3977 2327 North & Morning Glory Warrant Arrest
Milan PD arrested a subject on an outstanding warrant for a probation violation related to a Retail Fraud charge out of Canton Twp PD. They came and picked him up.

CFS #3976 2250 North & Morning Glory Traffic Arrest
Ofc Walters stopped a car for a headlight being out. The driver’s license was suspended. He was arrested, booked, and issued a citation.

CFS#3975 2158 NB US23/Plank Property Damage Crash
Ofc Terrill stopped and assisted a driver who had struck a deer on US23. Crash report taken by Monroe County Sheriff Dept.

CFS#3973 1954 Domestic Dispute/Civil
Ofc Terrill handled a dispute between a male and a female; no assault. The male left for the evening.

CFS#3970/3972 1800 Redman/Wabash Traffic Arrest
Ofc Terrill stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver’s license was suspended and he had outstanding warrants out of Washtenaw. He was arrested, booked, issued a citation, posted bond, and released.

CFS#3968 1417 York Suspicious Incident
Ofc Burgos responded to the area for a call regarding possible suspicious activity. None observed; area appeared secure.

CFS#3967 1332 Assault
Ofc Burgos responded to a report that a subject showed up at the location with two other subjects and assaulted complainant. Incident under investigation.

CSF#3966 1323 Custody Dispute/Civil Matter
Ofc Burgos handled a complaint regarding an ex-spouse not following custody orders.

CFS#3965 1235 MIPD Assist Other Department
Ofc Burgos handled a referral from an out of state agency regarding a possible sexual assault that occurred several years ago. Suspect was known to victim. Investigation revealed it did not occur in Milan; forwarded to proper venue for follow-up.

CFS#3964 1125 Everett Dog Complaint
Ofc Burgos responded to the area on a complainant that a dog nearly attacked a pedestrian in the area. Dog owner was identified, however was not home. Officer will follow-up.

CFS#3962 0828 Dexter Car v Pedestrian Crash
Ofc Burgos took a report involving a pedestrian being struck while crossing the street the prior morning around 0230 hrs. The pedestrian was reportedly not crossing at a cross walk and appeared at fault, however the driver was driving w/out a license. He was cited. There were no significant injuries.

CFS#3961 0801 Assist Other Law Enforcement
Ofc Burgos was requested by another agency to check a location where they had information a suspect in a sexual assault case they were investigating might be staying. Ofc Burgos learned the subject had moved out some time ago. Requesting agency advised.

Tuesday June 18

CFS #3957 2257 Tolan Alarm
Sgt. Butler & Ofc Walters were dispatched for a report of an alarm. The residence was checked and appeared secure.

CFS#3955 2146 Dexter Suspicious Incident/Building Check
Sgt Butler stopped to get gas. The lights were on inside, but the “open sign” was off and the doors were locked. Station is usually open at this time. Sgt made contact with the owner who advised the clerk may have gone to get something to eat. A few minutes later the clerk showed back up with food; nothing was amiss.

CFS#3954 2117 First St Larceny of Bikes
Ofc Walters met with complainant at the station regarding someone stealing his 2 bikes. Missing is a bright yellow mountain type bike and the other is a black 1970’s Schwin with a tail light and a soft seat.

CFS#3953 2117 RR/First Traffic Complaint
Sgt Butler responded to the above for a report of a white Ford Ranger w/an extended cab and CB antennas driving carelessly. Last seen heading south on RR St. Area checked w/negative results.

CFS#3952 1842 W Main Firework Stand Complaint
Sgt Butler responded to a call regarding someone setting up a fireworks stand in the parking lot; seller has state and local permits.

CFS#3951 1816 Arkona/Eisenhower Ln Traffic Complaint
Sgt Butler spoke with a gentleman regarding speeding while driving his motorcycle.

CFS#3950 1727 Welfare Check
Sgt Butler met with a subject regarding concerns over a family member not showing up at work and not responding to texts. Sgt discovered the subject had been arrested by another agency.

CFS# 3942 726 Lee St Found Bike
Officer Burgos took a report of a bike found leaning against a tree outside complainant’s residence.

Monday June 17

CFS#3934 2220 County Noise Complaint
Complainant reported loud music coming from a residence. Prior to officer’s arrival, complainant re-contacted PD and advised it had been turned down and there was no longer a problem.

CFS#3932 2157 Anderson Animal Welfare
Sgt Butler responded to check on a dog that had reportedly been left in a silver Toyota for an extended period of time; caller was concerned for its welfare. Sgt checked the area; the vehicle was gone.

CFS#3931 2137 Marvin/Ideal Suspicious Incident
Ofc Chatell responded to a report that a subject in a dark colored Chevy threw what appeared to be a fire cracker at a subject who was riding a bike in the area. Ofc located and made contact with the subjects who were driving the vehicle. They stated they were just playing a prank on a friend and it was not a firecracker that was thrown. They said there wouldn’t be any more problems.

CFS#3929 2040 Primrose Alarm
Sgts Butler and Nieman responded to a burglary alarm. Sgts arrived and made contact with the homeowner who advised she set it off by accident. All was secure; no problems.

CFS#3927 1544 35 Neckel Warrant Arrest
Pittsfield PD sent us a message stating they had a subject in custody with a warrant out of out dept. They stated they would transport the subject to WCJ. Dispatch cancelled the warrant in LEIN and Sgt Couture was assigned the report.

CFS#2926 1220 Main Larceny
Officer Terrill took a report regarding someone taking a bag of peat moss from complainant’s business.

CFS #3924 1141 Platt Credit Card Fraud
Officer Terrill took a report from complainant regarding fraudulent use of her credit card.

CFS#3923 1038 Plank/US23 Found Wallet
Sgt Couture took a report of a wallet that was found on the road. The owner was contacted and came in to pick it up.

Sunday June 16

CFS#3913 2105 Harassment Complaint
Ofc Terrill took a harassment complaint.

CFS#3912 1711 Sanford Assist Medical
Ofc Terrill/Sgt Butler responded with MAFD/HVA to a medical at the Sanford Rd Park for a female that had fallen off a horse and was reportedly not alert. Subject was transported to U of M Hospital.

CFS#3911 1642 Neighbor Trouble
Ofc Terrill met with complainant over ongoing issues involving a neighbor.

CFS#3904 1124 Suspicious Incident
Sgt Couture responded to a report of previous homeowners possibly taking flowers from a home they had been evicted from.

CFS#3902 0802 Allen Barking Dog
Sgt Couture responded to a report of a barking dog.

Saturday June 15

CFS#3884 2057 W Main Larceny
Ofc Terrill took a larceny of rose-bushes report from the business. He identified the suspect who agreed to return and pay for the roses.

CFS#3883 1857 Main Suspicious Incident
Complaint reported someone in the area was possibly shooting a pellet gun and hitting the residence as well as other locations. The areas were checked w/negative results – no damage found.

CFS#3882 1512 Wabash/Neckel Fire
Ofc Terrill responded with MAFD on a brush fire.

CFS#3873 0535 County Attempt LFA
Ofc Chatell met with complainant who reported it appeared someone attempted to break into a company truck between 5pm and 8pm the previous day.

CFS#3872 0519 County Larceny from Auto
Ofc Chatell responded to the area and met with complainant who advised a company truck had been broken into on Wednesday and a Bluetooth, CB radio, and some tools were stolen.

CFS#3869 0436 W Braman/ Willana Parking
Ofc Chatell cited a vehicle for a parking violation.

CFS#3868 0327 County Welfare Check
Complainant called concerned someone may be outside the residence; area checked secure.

CFS#3867 0321 E Main/Ferman Parking
Ofc Chatell cited a vehicle for a parking violation.

CFS#3865 and 3863 0152 35 Neckel Ct Warrant Arrests
Ofc Chatell completed paperwork on court cancelled warrants for two different subjects that had appeared on Milan PD charges.

Friday June 14

CFS#3855 1944 Neighbor Trouble
Complainant reported on-going neighbor issues.

CFS# 3844 944 Civil Standby
Complainant requested PD stand-by while she tried to remove items from prior residence.

CFS# 3843 906 Anderson Alarm
Residents evacuated in response to a natural gas detector that had activated within the residence. Milan Fire arrived and determined that the detector was faulty, there was no hazard.

CFS#3840 0347 Wright Assist MAFD
Ofc Walters responded with MAFD for a carbon monoxide alarm.

CFS#3839 0207 35 Neckel Assault
Subject came into PD stating that he was assaulted in Wilson Park at approximately 0145. He stated he didn’t need medical attention. Ofc Walters handled the report. Suspects were described as two white males approx 18 years old. One was wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt and the other was wearing a red hooded sweatshirt. Both had flat billed hats on.

Thursday June 13

CFS#3834 2235 County Open Gate
Sgt Butler found an open gate and an unlocked door at the business. Ofc Walters and Sgt Butler checked the building and everything appeared secure. Officers were able to lock the doo, but not the gate. The owner was contacted who advised he’d send someone to lock the gate.

CFS#3833 2128 Allen Welfare Check
Ofc Walters responded to a report of kids playing in the glass left from a burned out trailer. No one was found in the area; day shift to follow up on any hazard.

CFS#3831 2105 W Main Parking
Ofc Walters responded to a black GMC Denali parked in a handicap spot without a hang tag or plate. The car was gone.

CFS#3829 1947 35 Neckel Ct Subpoena Service
Sgt Butler served a subpoena for an upcoming case.

CFS#3827 1751 Canfield Juvenile Matter
We received a call about teens playing basketball and hitting the outside of an apartment. Complainant reportedly asked them to stop, but was cursed out. Sgt Butler spoke with the juveniles who claimed the basketball never hit the building.

CFS#3825 1657 Arkona Hang-up 911
We received a call from WCSD that they were receiving 911 calls from a location. We responded and checked the location and area; nothing amiss.

CFS# 3821 1258 Larceny
Officer Burgos took a complaint that an associate took and fraudulently used complainant’s Bridge Card at several locations in Monroe.

CFS# 3820 1054 Riverbend Barking Dog
Ofc Burgos made contact with the complainant as well as the dog owner about the barking dog. After speaking with both parties they were satisfied with the outcome.

CFS# 3819 1047 Dexter Civil Matter
Ofc Burgos dispatched to the hotel on a civil matter involving a customer and the price he paid for a room. Customer apparently felt he was undercharged and just wanted documentation before he departed.

CFS# 3818 1001 Miller Ave Medical Alarm
Ofc Burgos responded for a medical alarm. Upon arrival, Ofc made contact with the homeowner who advised that maintenance was being done on the phone lines. No medical problem found.

CFS#3817 0644 Morning Glory Suspicious
Ofc Burgos responded for suspicious activity sometime overnight; patio furniture had been moved from the back yard to the front yard.

CFS#3816 0616 County Dead Deer
Ofc Walters responded for a report of a dead deer in the lot. DPW was contacted so the deer could be removed. Ofc Walters moved the deer out of the parking space and off to the side so it was not as visible to the public until DPW arrived.

Wednesday June 12

CFS#3812 2236 Dexter Suspicious Persons
Ofc Walters and Sgt Butler responded to the area for 2 females asking people for money. There also were also 2 males located in a vehicle that were with the females. All were from Ohio. They were sent on their way.

CFS#3807 1846 Canfield Lost Dog
Sgt Butler responded to the area and met with complainant who reported he let his dog out and when he went back out to get it, it was gone.

CFS#3806 1818 Assist Monroe Co
Sgt Butler/MAFD responded to assist Monroe Co with an attempt suicide. Subject was transported to hospital by HVA.

CFS#3805 1631 Division/Anderson Parking Complaint
Ofc Burgos responded to the area for a parking complaint. Caller stated that there is a black truck that is parked very close to the corner and is also parked on the side of the street posted no parking. Ofc checked and there was no violation.

CFS# 3804 1417 Allen Animal Matter
Ofc Burgos responded for a report of a Pit-bull attacking another dog. The complainant’s dog was on the front porch when a Pit-bull attacked it. The owner took the injured dog to the vet. It had minor injuries. The owner of the Pit-bull was cited for Dog at Large.

Tuesday June 11

CFS#3795 2338 35 Neckel Warrant Arrest
WCSD arrested a subject who also had warrants out of Milan PD. Sgt Butler handled the report.

CFS#3791 2004 Big Red Special Detail
Sgt Butler conducted extra patrols in the area during the School Board Meeting.

CFS#3789 1913 Boyfriend/Girlfriend Trouble
Sgt Butler responded to a verbal dispute between and boyfriend and girlfriend. Sgt Butler stood by while the boyfriend left.

CFS# 3784 1439 Domestic/Family Trouble
Officer Burgos handed a family trouble between husband and wife; no assault.

CFS#3778 0215 W Main/Church Parking Complaint
Ofc Chatell issued a parking ticket for no parking 2AM-6AM. Ofc issued the same vehicle a written warning approximately 2 weeks ago for the same violation. Dispatch advised that they had been given 2 previous warnings, as well.

Monday June 10

CFS#3776 2313 Neighbor Trouble
Ofc Chatell responded to an on-going neighbor trouble.

CFS#3772 1825 Civil Stand By
Subject came into PD to request a civil stand by while he picked up belongings from a location in town.

CFS#3770 1743 York Stolen Pistol
Sgt Butler handled a report of a pistol stolen from a vehicle sometime between May 30th and June 7th. Handgun was entered into LEIN as stolen.

CFS#3767 1618 Family Trouble
Sgt Couture responded to a report of a family member acting out; no assault.

CFS#3766 1556 Church Lost Wallet
Sgt Couture assisted a citizen that had lost their wallet in Ypsilanti.

CFS#3765 1532 35 Neckel Citizen Assist
Sgt Nieman assisted a citizen who had questions about a rifle that was at his house that did not belong to him. He did not wish who have contact with the gun owner due to a fall out in their friendship and worried a confrontation would occur.

CFS# 3764 1434 SB23/Plank Road Hazard Impound
Sgt Couture impounded a vehicle that was tagged by Officer Terrill.

CFS# 3763 1408 Allen Private Property Impound
Officer Terrill handled a report for a private property impound.

CFS# 3761 1137 Main Lost Dog
Officer Terrill took a report at the station from complainant regarding her missing dog. When she got home she called back to report the dog was on the porch.

CFS# 3759 1055 Redman/Platt Traffic Hazard
Sgt Couture checked on a report of a malfunctioning traffic signal; it appeared to be working fine upon arrival.

CFS#3754 0330 Allen Private Property Impound
Ofc House met towing company rep at the station to fill out paperwork for a private property impound.

CFS#3752 0240 Allen Suspicious Vehicle/Parking Complaint
Ofc House responded for an unoccupied vehicle parked in the area that did not register to a resident. Manager was informed on the process for removal.

Sunday June 9

CFS#3745 2003 Lewis/Willana Special Detail
Ofc Chatell issued some Buddy Bucks to kids in the area

CFS#3744 1958 Willana/Phillips Special Detail
Chatell issued some Buddy Bucks to kids in the area.

CFS#3743 1947 MIPD Bike Patrol
Ofc Heams conducted bike patrols throughout the city. Ofc also wrote out 17 Buddy Bucks to kids.

CFS#3740 1014 Ferman St Found Wallet
Found wallet was returned to owner.

CFS#3738 0825 Beavertail Ln Juvenile Matter
Complainant called to complain that juveniles in the area were taking apart a locked gate in order to retrieve their sporting equipment. Sgt Couture handled.

CFS#3737 0347 Jackson Ln Suspicious Circumstance
Ofc House responded to the alley/drive behind Jackson Ln for a report of a suspicious vehicle. The complainant stated that they believed the vehicle was occupied because they periodically would see the brake lights illuminate. Ofc House checked the area and the entire subdivision, but was unable to locate the vehicle in question or any other occupied vehicles.

CFS#3736 0316 GreenTree Ln Hit/Run Private Property Crash
Ofc House responded to a report that a black 90’s Ford sedan pulled into complainant’s driveway and hit his motorcycle, knocking it over and doing extensive damage to the bike.

CFS#3735 0229 W Michigan/North Suspicious Circumstance
Ofc House responded to the area for a report of three subjects, possibly teens, yelling out obscenities and causing a disturbance. Ofc checked the immediate and surrounding areas, but was unable to locate anything amiss.

CFS#3734 0202 Family Trouble
Ofc House observed a male and female in a heated argument outside of an establishment. He made contact with both. Both advised it was verbal only and that they were heading home. Apparently friends were joining them there, as well; no assault.

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