POLICE UPDATE

Royal Oak Police Department

 

For the week of January 10, 2013 through January 17, 2013

 

 

Home Invasion

 

400 block of E. Seventh, 1-11-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect entered the garage and stole a 22” Huffy Mountain Bicycle. 13-1455

 

Larceny

 

31717 Woodward (Uncle Ed’s Oil Shop), 1-4-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect entered an office and stole currency from his wallet. 13-1209

 

30332 Woodward (Olga’s Kitchen), 1-12-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect stole currency from her wallet. 13-1183

 

4100 block of Yorba Linda, 1-5-13: Complainant reported an employee contracted to clean her home stole a pair of diamond earrings. 13-956

 

Unlawful Driving Away of an Automobile

 

1815 N. Main (Luna Bar), 01-14-13: Complainant reported an acquaintance took her keys and drove away in her vehicle without permission. The vehicle was later returned to the owner. 13-1348

 

Larceny from Automobile

 

2000 block of N. Main, 1-11-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect stole the catalytic converter off her 2002 Pontiac Grand Am. 13-1407

 

2700 block of Woodward, 1-14-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect broke out the passenger side window of his Chrysler mini van and stole the in-dash GPS navigation unit. 13-1473

 

3500 W. Thirteen Mile (Shrine High School Parking Lot), 1-16-13: Complainant reported an unknown male stole the in-dash GPS navigation unit out of her 2013 Chrysler Town and Country minivan. 13-1527

 


Malicious Damage to Property

 

1900 block of N. Main, 1-13-13: Complainant reported unknown suspects pushed over a landscape statue in the front of her residence damaging the statue. 13-1304

 

Fifth St. and Center, 1-12-13: Royal Oak officers observed a subject exit a party bus, expose himself and begin urinating on the bus door. When the suspect was approached by the officers he fled back into the bus. He was arrested for urinating in public and transported to the police department. During transport the suspect intentionally damaged the window and bent the door frame. 13-1121

 

3601 W. Thirteen Mile (William Beaumont Hospital), 1-12-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect smashed out his rear windshield. 13-1111

 

600 block of S. Center (Urbane Apartments), 1-10-13: An unknown suspect broke out the third floor apartment door wall window with an unknown object. 13-949

 

W. Hudson and Farnum, 1-11-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect dented the passenger side of her vehicle with an unknown object. 13-1363

 

2700 block of Crooks, 1-14-13: Complainant reported an unknown suspect slashed all four tires of his vehicle. 13-1476

 

Other Incidents

 

1000 block of N. Main, 1/1-15-13: Royal Oak officers responded to investigate a disorderly male. The subject was intoxicated and entering vehicles in the parking lot of the business attempting to use his keys to start the vehicles. The subject was located and arrested for public intoxication. 13-1475

   

111 W. Twelve Mile (City Motel), 1-17-13: Royal Oak officers located a subject at the motel with an outstanding felony warrant. The subject was arrested without incident. 13-1609

 

111 W. Twelve Mile (City Motel), 1-17-13: Royal Oak officers located a subject at the motel with an outstanding misdemeanor warrant. The subject was arrested without incident.13-1606

 


Robbery

 

Charter One Bank – 200 S. Main, 1-15-13: Complainant reported a suspect walked into the bank armed with a handgun and demanded money from the teller. The suspect received an undisclosed amount of currency and fled on foot. The suspect was described as a black male, 5’8” -5’11”, medium complexion, wearing a black winter hat, black ski mask, a black winter jacket, tight fitting stretch pants and athletic shoes. 13-1448

 

The suspect matches the description of the individual that robbed the PNC Bank at 225 S. Main on 12-26-12. 12-35724

 

 

 

 

 


 

The following arrests were made during the period:

 

Five (5) Misdemeanor Warrant

Four (4) Felony Warrants

Three (3) Possession of Marijuana

Three (3) Disorderly Conduct

Two (2) Operating While Intoxicated

Two (2) Public Intoxication

One (1) Public Intoxication, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

One (1) Consuming Alcohol in Public

One (1) Operating While Intoxicated, Hit and Run Injury Accident

One (1) Public Intoxication, Misdemeanor Warrant

One (1) Driving While License Suspended

One (1) Urinating in Public, Resisting Arrest, MDOP Police Property

One (1) Assault & Battery, Obstructing a Police Officer

One (1) Assault & Battery

One (1) Driving While License Suspended, Possession of Marijuana

One (1) Possession of Synthetic Narcotics and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

One (1) Felonious Assault

One (1) Operated While Intoxicated, Possession of Marijuana, Open Intoxicants in a Motor Vehicle

One (1) Operated While Intoxicated II, Felony Warrant, Driving While License Suspended, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of LSD

 

 

Total Arrests: 32

 

Snow Emergency Reminder

 

Snow Emergency conditions are generally defined as a snowfall of four inches or more and will remain in effect until your street has been plowed.  All vehicles on residential streets are to be removed or will be ticketed or towed. Vehicles are to remain off the streets until plow trucks have gone through the area. Once a snow emergency is called and plowing begins, it takes approximately 24-36 hours to plow all city streets, depending on how much snow has fallen. Residents may call the Snow Emergency Hotline, 246-3442, to find out if a snow emergency is in effect or go to http://www.ci.royal-oak.mi.us for more information.

 

Please remember to visit our crime mapping system at http://www.crimemapping.com.  Users will have the ability to sign up and access the mapping system from their computers and smart phones.  Additionally, users will have the ability to register to have crime alerts sent to their e-mails or phones based on their specifications.

 

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Lieutenant David Clemens

248-246-3456

 

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