Davison Police Blotter

Man bit by neighbor’s dog

DAVISON TWP. — A resident of Golfview Court was bit in the face by his neighbor’s dog when he approached the neighbor to deliver a package that had been left at his doorstep, Oct. 10.

Police were called at 11:10 a.m. to a report of a dog bite. The victim told police he found a package delivered to his home actually belonged to his neighbor, so he carried the package over and when he went to hand it to the neighbor, the neighbor’s dog jumped up and bit his face, leaving two puncture wounds.

No further information was available.

Woman arrested for OWI

DAVISON TWP. — A 67-year-old East China woman was arrested Oct. 11 for allegedly operating a vehicle while intoxicated following a crash under the I-69 overpass on M-15.

Police were called to a single car crash at 1 p.m. There they found a woman who had been driving and went off the road. Officers conducted sobriety tests, which she failed. She then recorded a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .16 on a portable breathalyzer test (PBT).

There were no injuries. The woman was arrested and lodged in the Genesee County Jail.

Man arrested for drunk driving

DAVISON TWP. — A 25-year-old Fenton man was arrested Oct. 12 for alleged drunk driving.

An officer observed the man pulling out of Charter Oaks Apartments onto Lapeer Road at 11:47 p.m. where he failed to stop at the stop sign coming out of the apartment complex. After failed tests sobriety tests at the scene he agreed to a PBT which recorded a .108 BAC. The suspect was taken to Hurley Medical Center for a blood draw and he was also treated there for an unknown medical condition.

Theft from local party store

DAVISON TWP. — On Oct. 13, police were called to The Rock Mini Mart, 7504 Davison Rd., at about 10 p.m. for a retail fraud report.

The clerk reported three men entered the store and were browsing the alcohol and vape pens. One of the three men asked the clerk for a slice of pizza and while the clerk was getting it the other two men grabbed four bottles of liquor and 18 vape pens before all three fled the store.

Police have no suspects.

Domestic disturbance call leads to OWI arrest

DAVISON TWP. — Police were called to Windsor Place Apartments on Oct. 13 for a domestic disturbance but ended up arresting one of the parties involved for allegedly drunk driving.

An officer responded to the call at 10:55 p.m. and as he entered the complex, he observed one of the individuals involved in the disturbance, a 42-year-old Swartz Creek man, leaving in his car. The officer stopped the man and smelled the odor of intoxicants coming from him, so he conducted sobriety tests, which the man failed. The man refused a PBT and a blood draw.

His car was impounded, and the officer obtained a search warrant for a blood draw, so the sample was taken, and he was lodged I the Genesee County Jail. Prosecutors are awaiting the results of the blood test.

Woman issued citation for driving with no license

DAVISON TWP. — A 20-year-old Burton woman was issued an appearance ticket on Oct. 15 at 4:10 p.m., after being stopped by police on Irish Road at Court Street. A check of her car’s license plate showed it had a fraudulent application. Upon further investigation the officer learned the woman has never had a driver’s license. She was issued citation and ordered to appear in court.

Man cited for driving moped on suspended license

DAVISON TWP. — A 30-year -old Davison man was stopped on Davison Road at Gale Road on Oct. 16 at 3:54 p.m. after an officer observed the moped he was driving had no license plate. The officer then learned, upon further investigation, the man had four prior suspensions of his driver’s license, which was currently suspended. He was issued a citation and ordered to appear in court. — Compiled by Gary Gould