A Birmingham homeowner reported to police a package had been stolen from their porch on the evening of Saturday, August 22.
The resident, who lives in the 1200 block of Lake Park Drive, discovered the package was missing when they went to retrieve it.
Birmingham police reported there are no suspect or witnesses.
A masked man was caught on a Bloomfield Township’s homeowner’s RING doorbell video stealing a package during the night of Tuesday, August 18.
Bloomfield Township police responded to the 500 block of Pineway Circle around 9:30 a.m.
The video, from 4:43 a.m., showed a tall male suspect wearing a teal winter mask, gray sweatshirt, and dark pants, who stole a package from the resident's porch.
The suspect was also seen trying to open the front door of the home, which was lo
Birmingham police are seeking three men who entered the Speedway gas station around 4 a.m. Monday, August 24, and committed an armed robbery.
The clerk at the gas station, located at 34750 Woodward Avenue, reported three black males entered the store and stated it was a robbery. Two of the suspects were armed with handguns. They ordered the clerk to open the register, and took approximately $400 in cash.
They fled the Speedway station on foot.
Officers searched the area
Ben Jones, Cranbrook Kingswood's head varsity football coach, was killed in a four-car car accident on Wednesday, August 19, on the 10 Mile service drive west of Woodward in Pleasant Ridge.
Jones, 30, was a native of Muskegon, where he graduated from Muskegon Catholic Central and was part of two state championship football teams, and then played football at Hillsdale College.
Jones was beginning his second year as the Cranbrook's head varsity football coach after serving
A student athlete at Bloomfield Hills High School tested positive for COVID-19 on Friday, August 21, Leonard Sanford Jr., director of Health and Wellness for Bloomfield Hills Schools announced.
In his email to parents in the district, he said, “Per the CDC recommendation and Phase 4 COVID-19 Task Force on Education Return to School Advisory Council’s guidance, we will postpone practice for the affected program until further notice. Per guidance from the CDC, we contacted l
A warrant was issued by the Oakland County Prosecutor's Office on Tuesday, August 18, for Don Valente, a Republican candidate for Bloomfield Township trustee, for larceny of campaign signs valued at less than $200.
According to 48th District Court as of Thursday, August 20, the warrant was still outstanding. Valente has been asked to turn himself in. If he does not, representatives said at some point Oakland County sheriff deputies will arrest him.
Valente, a retired att
Birmingham city commissioners held a special workshop meeting on Monday, August 17, where former city mayor and noted parliamentarian Coco Siewert gave a presentation on parliamentary procedure.
In introducing Siewert, who is a professional registered parliamentarian, mayor Pierre Boutros noted she is a former city commissioner, mayor and library board member. Siewart was Birmingham mayor from 1988-1989 and again from 1995-1996. She has been a parliamentarian for over 20 ye
Bloomfield Township police responded to the Birmingham Country Club at 1750 Saxon Drive where cash had been taken from a vehicle and replaced with a tub of avocado butter on Thursday, August 13.
The victim reported to police that on Monday, August 10, someone entered his vehicle, which had been left in the parking lot unlocked overnight, and had taken $800 from his wallet that had left been inside the car.
The thief left a note that read, “A voice (Butter) crying in the w
An employee working at Adachi, 325 S. Old Woodward Avenue, reported to Birmingham police on Saturday, August 15, that her wallet had been stolen from her purse.
She informed officers that the purse had been in a room where restaurant employees keep their belongings when her wallet was taken.
Birmingham police are investigating.
Birmingham police were dispatched to the Mobil gas station at 1065 E. Maple Avenue, around 10 p.m. on Monday, August 10 regarding the theft of a bottle of alcohol.
Witnesses told police that two women had walked into the liquor area of the gas station, where one took a bottle of Patron tequila, and then put it in her black and white tote bag.
The duo left in a small white Chevy sedan with a Texas plate.
Birmingham police are investigating.