Two men became involved in an incident of road rage on Friday, January 31, at the corner of Old Woodward and Hamilton Row in downtown Birmingham. Birmingham police officers were dispatched to the scene where a fight was in progress between a 28-year-old man from Somerset Center and a 23-year-old man from Northville. According to witnesses at the scene, the former started punching the latter after each had left their vehicle.
Both vehicles had stopped in the intersection aft
The motion detector on a Bloomfield Township resident's home security camera on Friday, January 31, alerted him to a Peeping Tom in his backyard two days in a row.
Around 10 p.m., Bloomfield Township police officers responded to a home in the 2000 block of S. Spinning Wheel Drive on a report of a Peeping Tom. The homeowner told officers he had received a motion alert on his home security camera system at 9:30 p.m.
The exterior camera captured a thin male walking along the
Two men entered a major retailer in the 1800 block of Bloomfield Township on Wednesday, January 22, where they fraudulently opened a credit account in the name of a Bloomfield Township resident, and then maxed out the available credit of $10,000.
Two men, identified on surveillance cameras as middle age African American males, entered Lowe's, 1801 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Township, and opened a credit account in the name of an elderly Bloomfield Township resident. The sus
Officers arrived at the scene after a resident in the 900 block of Hazel, Birmingham, reported seeing a suspicious person in her backyard on Thursday, January 30.
Upon arrival, officers noticed that a storm window on the west side of the house had been removed from the window frame and a recycle bin had been tipped over next to it.
The suspect was wearing a black hoodie pulled up over their face and blue jeans.
Birmingham police were unable to locate the suspect. The ca
A Bloomfield Township resident reported to police on Friday, January 31, that he had been the victim of fraud, after sending over $56,000 to several women he thought he was dating on a dating website.
The resident, who lives in the 5000 block of Westwood Court, walked into the Bloomfield Township Police Department to report he was a victim of fraud. He told officers he had sent over $56,000 to several internet identities over the past several months.
He explained he was r
Officers are investigating a report made by a Kroger employee, whose tires were slashed while parked in the north area of the parking lot at 700 East Maple Avenue, Birmingham.
The report was made on Saturday, February 1.
The suspect was seen by a witness, who described him as a black male wearing sunglasses even though it was dark outside, 5 foot 9inches tall and 175 pounds.
The Oakland County Bar Association held its annual celebratory Gala at the Townsend Hotel in Birmingham. The evening offered festive music, plentiful hors d'oeuvres and cocktails. Throughout the year, the Oakland County Bar Association orchestrates several public service programs focused on providing low-income individuals better access to justice and on educating youth and the public on law-related issues. The Gala was co-chaired by Kari Melkonian and Jennifer Lord. If you w