Sunday, April 8, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Bloomfield Township Police Department and the Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction.
Prescription narcotics were stolen during a burglary at the Neuro Pain Care building last week. Bloomfield Township police officers responded to a burglar alarm at the Medical Park Pharmacy, located 799 Denison Ct., at about 4:45 a.m. on April 2, and found the front glass door shattered, reports said. They also found the security gate to the business pried open and several bottles of prescription drugs were taken. No suspect information was available. Larcenies Auto thefts Anyone with information about these incidents is encouraged to call the department’s investigations division at 248-433-7752. Officers with the Bloomfield Hills Department of Public Safety took a fraudulent use of a credit card report from a resident that involves a …
Friday, January 20, 2012
This information was supplied by the Bloomfield Township Police Department. Arrests, where they are mentioned, do not indicate conviction.
Highlights from recent police reports: Bloomfield Township police are investigating possible ties between a string of residential burglaries that occurred within hours of each other last week, reports said. Investigators believe six burglaries at condominium or apartment complexes during the evening hours of Jan. 13 could be tied to two men seen leaving the area in a white sedan after one incident. The first incident was reported at the Concord Place condominium complex near the intersection of Opdyke and Square Lake roads, and others were reported shortly after at the Whethersfield Apartments near Telegraph and Quarton roads, and The Glens of Bloomfield Apartments near the Telegraph and 14 Mile roads intersection. No one was home in any …
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Police officers from four local departments are involved in an ongoing investigation after a wild night.
Two of three men believed to be involved in a string of crimes that began Wednesday night in Birmingham and stretched into Bloomfield Hills by Thursday morning are in custody, police said. One of the suspects, a 24-year-old Detroit resident, was arrested by Bloomfield Township police officers shortly after 11 p.m. Wednesday while he tried to flee a vehicle that was later determined to be stolen, reports said. The arrest started a whirlwind investigation into several crimes believed to be committed by the same group overnight that includes three stolen vehicles, two residential burglaries, an attempted car-jacking and a late-night crash at The Community House. Pierce Elementary in Birmingham and Our Lady Queen of Martyrs school in Beverly …
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Investigators are trying to connect an incident over Labor Day weekend with a similar crime from Aug. 26.
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- Art Aisner
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Bloomfield Township police are investigating a second business burglary where the suspect or suspects used a rooftop air conditioning system to gain entry in as many weeks. Officers responded to Miracle Ear, at 1944 Telegraph Rd., Tuesday morning after employees reported the business was burglarized when they arrived at about 8:45 a.m., Lt. Phil Langmeyer said. Cash was taken from the register. Investigators determined the burglar or burglars crawled through the rooftop air conditioning system to get inside the building when the business was closed. The theft occurred sometime over the Labor Day weekend after the store closed on Sept. 2. No suspect descriptions were available and police are looking for any connection to a similar incident …
Saturday, July 30, 2011
This information was supplied by the Bloomfield Township Police Department. Arrests do not indicate conviction.
Shoplifter arrested after police spot vehicle Bloomfield Township police officers responded to Cary Ann’s Hallmark for a shoplifting complaint on Sunday, and shortly after arrested a 55-year-old Pontiac woman who allegedly stole $75 worth of jewelry, police reports said. Employees told officers the woman left the store about 9:45 a.m. with several pieces of jewelry without paying for them. They gave police a vehicle description and license plate number of the vehicle the woman left in, and it was spotted entering Telegraph Road at the Bloomfield Town Square a short time later. They stopped the vehicle and arrested the woman without incident, reports said. Officers also found the stolen items. Formal charges are pending. Home burglaries …