The Birmingham Fire Department has formally requested vaccines from the state and the Oakland County Health Department, and hopes to receive them in the coming weeks in order to assist in inoculating residents. “We prepared for this turning point in the pandemic in April by purchasing syringes and needles with the hope of someday inoculating residents who are most susceptible to this deadly disease,” said Birmingham Fire Chief Paul Wells. “I want to remind the community that
Bloomfield Township police are investigating a vandalism incident that took place sometime overnight on Thursday, January 7 at the Oakland County Republican Party Headquarters, located at 42611 Woodward Avenue. Police said a party volunteer arrived about 10 a.m. on January 7 to find a window smashed and graffiti spray painted on the side of the building. Officers said it appeared someone used a brick to smash the window. The case is under investigation. Police ask anyone wit
Birmingham police are investigating an attempted theft that occurred about 1 a.m. on Sunday, January 10, in the 900 block of Pleasant Avenue where the victim discovered a man in her car. Police said the victim told police she saw someone inside her vehicle. Upon opening the garage, she said she saw a man who was in his early 20s with brown hair, and wearing a gray and white jacket, gray sweatpants and white shoes. The man fled the area in an unknown location. Birmingham polic
A Bloomfield Township resident on Monday, January 11, told police about $1,000 in cash and six Krugerrand African gold coins were stolen from her home. The victim, who lives in the 1800 block of Wingate, told police the property was in a secret compartment inside her desk at home. She said she was unsure when the items were stolen. Bloomfield Township police are investigating.
A Bloomfield Township woman told police her winter coat and about $5 in coins were stolen overnight on Thursday, January ,7 or Friday, January 8, in the 7000 block of Deep Run Drive. Police said the victim believes the theft happened sometime between sunset and sunrise. She admitted her vehicle was likely left unlocked. Detectives said the public is strongly encouraged to lock their vehicles and to not leave valuables in an unattended car. Bloomfield Township police are inves