Rochester & Rochester Hills
3 DOSES OF NARCAN SAVED HIS LIFE. Deputies and the Oakland Township Fire Department responded to the 3000 block of Sunnyside Court for an unconscious subject who was not breathing. The complainant had started CPR. Upon their arrival, Deputies located the subject, a 26 year old male resident of Oakland Township. It was determined that the subject was overdosing from narcotics. Deputies administered a dose of NARCAN (Naloxone) which did not change the subject’s condition. The Oakland Township Fire Department arrived on scene and administered two more doses of NARCAN before the subject regained consciousness. Paramedics transported the subject to AscensionCrittenton Hospital for further treatment.
SCRAPPERS GONNA SCRAP – Rochester Officers received a call from Production Dr. at around 1 p.m. to report a larceny. The caller stated that she had seen a man driving a blue Dodge minivan pulling a red trailer that appeared to be searching through the dumpsters by the lots. She said that she saw the man take a $2500 Techo Magnete controller that had been left on the ground in the work area near the dumpsters. She also saw him take a scrap motor out of a scrap storage container. The caller said it was caught on security cameras and provided officers with a copy of the video and pictures on a thumb drive. Officers advised her to install a no trespassing sign. Officers viewed the photos and video footage and were able to view the license plate of the suspect who appeared to be a scrapper. The footage was forwarded to detectives for further investigation.
WAL-MART LOSS PREVENTION BUSY BEES – Officers were dispatched to Wal-Mart after a call from Loss Prevention reporting a detained person for apparent retail fraud. Once on sight, officers spoke with the Wal-Mart Loss Prevention officer who told police that he had observed a female walking through the pharmacy section with a purse that appeared to be empty. He watched as she took a numerous bottles of medication out of their boxes and places them in her purse before discarding the boxes in the trashcan isle of the store. After speaking with police, the suspect admitted that she had made a mistake and offered to pay for the items. She was issued a citation at the Rochester Hills substation and was returned back to her car and advised not to be on WalMart property.
CLOSE CALL IN ACCIDENTAL FIRE. Oakland Deputies responded to the 900 block of Seabury Drive for a residential structure fire. Deputies spoke with the homeowner who reported that as she was giving her children a bath; she heard an unknown sparking sound coming from the lower level of the home. The homeowner discovered that the source of the noise was coming from the wall near the front door. The homeowner exited the home with her children and called 9-1-1. The homeowner reported having prior electrical issues with the home. There were no reported injuries. The fire was extinguished by the Orion Township Fire Department and the Fire Chief requested to have the OCSO Fire Investigations Unit respond to the scene. The Fire Investigator ruled that the fire was accidental in nature.
PIPE BOMB PLACED ON PORCH. Deputies responded to the 100 block of Evelyn Ct. in Pontiac to investigate reports of a “found bomb.” Upon arrival, Deputies interviewed the complainant who stated that he observed an object on the front porch and picked it up to investigate it. After realizing that the object looked like a bomb, he set the object on an ironing board and contacted the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies evacuated the immediate houses surrounding the complainant’s and set up a perimeter. Bomb Technician’s from the MSP Bomb Disposal Unit responded to investigate along with Detectives from the Pontiac Substation. The results of the initial investigation revealed that the object was a viable bomb. Bomb Squad disarmed the pipe bomb. The home owner has had no problems with anyone and has not had any threats. The investigation continues.
Note: If you have any information on the aforementioned crimes, please call the Rochester Police Department at 248-651-9621 or the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office, 248-858-4951