Malicious destruction of property
A Bloomfield Township woman could not get back into her home after a shopping trip because someone put glue into the door lock, police reports said. The woman said she left her home in the 1600 block of Bloomfield Place on the morning of Dec. 22, and spent a few hours shopping. When she returned, she could not get the key into the lock, reports said.
Upon inspection, officers determined that someone injected glue into the door lock. The woman gave officers the name of a possible suspect, and the investigation is ongoing, reports said.
Minors caught drinking at house party
Officers with the Bloomfield Township Police Department broke up a house party and cited multiple minors for alcohol violations last week, according to reports.
Police responded to calls about a possible party with underage drinking in the 1000 block of Lochridge on Dec. 22, and, with the owner's permission, went inside, where they found a large group of teens. Those caught consuming alcohol were cited and released to their parent's custody, reports said. Police also found marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside the residence. Further details were not immediately available.
Catalytic converter theft
A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle parked outside an office building on the township's north side, police reports said. The victim said he went to work at 1899 Orchard Lake Rd. at noon on Dec. 24, and upon leaving at 5 p.m. realized the catalytic converter was gone. Police have not identified any witnesses or suspects at this time.
Police are currently investigating several other similar Catalytic Converter thefts from public parking lots and private residences throughout the township in the past few months.
Larceny reported at assisted living center
A man told police that someone stole special coins and precious metals valued at roughly $3,400 from his desk located inside the Fairlane Assisted Living of Bloomfield building at 4085 Fairlane Drive. The theft was reported on Dec. 21, but occurred within the past three months. The investigation is ongoing.
Used cars swiped from dealership
Three vehicles were taken from the Dick Scott Automotive Group last week. Employees reported the vehicles missing on Dec. 21, and surveillance video showed the theft occurred at about 10 p.m. the previous night, reports said. No suspect information was available.
Anyone with information on any of the incidents listed here should call the department at 248-433-7752.
Officials with the Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety said there were no major police or fire-related incidents during the past week.
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