The Bloomfield Township Public Library has announced it is holding its fourth annual amateur photo contest, with this year's theme “In Motion.”
The amateur photo contest is for Bloomfield Township residents who have taken photos between May 1, 2019 and March 15, 2020. The deadline to enter photos is March 15, 2020 at midnight. Submissions can be either in color or black and white; they may be digital or print. Winners will be announced and honored at a reception at the libr
A Bloomfield Township homeowner called police around 4:15 Saturday, February 15, to report they had purchased a novelty land mine as a gag gift, but the online store had emailed and informed him there was the possibility of a risk of explosion.
When officers arrived, the resident informed them he had purchased a novelty land mine as a gag gift for a friend back in December 2019. It had been purchased online from Kommandostore.com, and had been sitting since that time in a b
In the 900 block of Fairfax in Birmingham, a resident's unlocked vehicle was rummaged through on Wednesday, February 12.
The resident reported that a wallet was removed which had approximately $200 cash inside.
The subject who entered the vehicle is unknown.
Birmingham police are investigating.
While standing at the corner of Maple and Woodward in downtown Birmingham, a woman was shoved to the ground on Tuesday, February 18.
After exiting a bus, a 28-year-old male resident of Detroit walked up to the 36-year-old female resident of Detroit, and shoved her to the ground. It is unknown if the two had a history.
The male then fled the scene before being apprehended by officers.
Birmingham police charged the man with assault and battery.
On Friday, February 14, police were called to Lucido Fine Jewelry at 250 N. Old Woodward Avenue in Birmingham for a false credit application.
An individual provided information for a credit application which appeared fake, tipping store employees off, who then called Birmingham police.
After officers made contact with the 30-year-old Inkster resident, it was determined the information given for the purchase had indeed been false.
The Inkster resident was then arrested.
The owner of a vacant home listed for sale in the 900 block of Forest, Birmingham, contacted police about suspicion that someone was entering the home.
Birmingham police officers checked the home on Friday, February 14, after being give access information and asked to check the home overnight.
When they did check, officers found it had been illegally entered by a 54-year-old resident of Ferndale.
The subject was arrested and charged with unlawful entry.
Staff at Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar were in for a surprise on Wednesday, February 12, when a male guest took the phrase, "make yourself at home," a little too literally.
The man entered the restaurant, which wasn't open to customers at the time, walked up to the bar, and poured himself a drink.
Officers responded to the restaurant at 323 N. Old Woodward Avenue, Birmingham, and said the subject was located after he left the establishment.
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Three suspects were seen by the employees of the Bloomfield Township At Home store pushing a cart full of merchandise and then taking off in an SUV on Sunday, January 26.
Bloomfield Township police officers were called to the store, located at 2101 Telegraph Road, around 7 p.m. The store manager told officers that two black females and a black male had come into the store and filled a shopping cart full of merchandise. The trio then pushed the cart out of the main entrance,
The Bloomfield Township Police Department is asking for assistance from the public in identifying suspects who have used a Bloomfield Township resident's identity to open a $7,000 credit line at Lowe's and to make purchases at several stores.
On December 31, 2019, Bloomfield Township police responded to the 2000 block of Heathfield Road on an identity theft complaint. The victim reported that her personal and financial information had been stolen, allegedly by the black fe
A Bloomfield Township resident checked his credit report and discovered five credit card accounts he had not applied for opened in his name, and called Bloomfield Township police on January 2 to report the fraud.
The resident, who lives in the 40000 block of Woodward Avenue, told officers that he was alerted to the identity theft when he received in the mail several credit cards, frore which he had not applied. He then checked his credit report. He discovered there had bee