SHELBY, UTICA, MACOMB: Smoking in the Parking Lot Draws Police Attention


Shelby, Utica, Macomb

THE MACOMB COUNTY Sheriff’s Office is seeking to identify the above individuals. They are persons of interest in a retail theft of several
hundred dollars worth of Pokemon cards. This occurred in Macomb
Township on 2/21/17. If anyone knows the identity of these persons or has information please contact
Detective Renee Yax at 586-307-9435.

HELP IS ON THE WAY. A disabled vehicle with its hazard lights on was located along 23 Mile Road. The driver stated that they had help on the way, so police stood by to assist.

THEY’RE MAKING TOO MUCH NOISE. Shelby Township Police responded to a noise complaint on 23 Mile Road. The caller said that there was a lot of activity on the street, a couple of unknown vehicles were parked near the caller’s house, and people were out walking around and being loud. The caller did not wish to be seen. Police located and spoke to the group of people walking around on foot.

STRANGER JUST DOING HIS JOB. A caller reported to Police that an older man was seen walking through backyards near a wooded area. Wearing a beige windbreaker, jeans, and a baseball cap with a backpack, the caller was concerned that the man was “checking out homes.” Police located the man and learned that he was from the Road Commission.

LOUD EXHAUST ANNOYS CALLER. Shelby Police were dispatched to Nita Street on reports of suspicious vehicles. The caller said that a number of unknown vehicles were driving by quickly with loud exhaust for the past 3-4 hours. Police responded to the area but found nothing on arrival.

PICK-UP LAWN JOB. Police responded to Montgomery Street on notice of a recent ‘lawn job.’ A white Chevy pickup truck ran over a neighbor’s lawn and put deep ruts in it. The driver was last seen driving westbound.

NOT AGAIN! Shelby Township Police were called on a Malicious Destruction of Property report. A Mound Road resident complained their mailbox had been destroyed. This was the second time in two weeks someone had destroyed the mailbox.

NOTHING THERE. A caller reported to Police that a black Tahoe with tinted windows slowly rolled by their home on Terry Drive and appeared to place something in their mailbox. Afraid to go out to the mailbox, Police responded and checked, but nothing was there.

SMOKING IN THE PARKING LOT. Police responded to the area of 22 & Hayes on a suspicious vehicle call. The caller said the vehicle appeared to be occupied by “several teens” and that she thinks “they are smoking inside the vehicle” because the windows were steamed up when she came out. The vehicle was gone by the time police arrived.

Note: If you have any information on the aforementioned crimes or any other offenses, please call the Macomb County Sheriff at 586- 469-5151.