Davison Police Blotter

Woman cited for not having a license

DAVISON TWP. — A 20-year-old Burton woman was stopped by police Oct. 15 at 4:15 p.m. while driving southbound on Irish Road after the officer ran her license plate and found she did not have insurance.

The woman, it turned out had no driver’s license and had never applied for one. She also had an improper plate. The car was impounded, and the woman was issued a citation.

Police impound man’s moped

DAVISON TWP. — A 30-year-old Davison man was stopped by police riding a moped at an extremely slow speed on Davison Road, Oct. 16.

The officer stopped the man at 3:54 p.m. He observed the westbound moped traveling at extremely slow speed, and he could not see the moped’s license plate.

The plate, it turned out, was attached to the right side of the vehicle instead of in the back. The man did not have a license to drive a moped and told the officer he did not know he needed a moped license. Also, his driver’s license was suspended with four prior suspensions.

Police impounded the moped and issued the driver a citation.

Police investigate intruder who climbed apartment balcony

DAVISON TWP. — Police were called to Charter Oaks Apartments on Oct. 27 at 9:15 p.m. by a woman who told police she caught a man who climbed up to her balcony on the second floor and scared him off.

The woman told police she was sitting in her living room when she heard something on her balcony. She opened the shades and observed a male, wearing a red shirt, on her second floor balcony. She said she banged on the window, prompting him to climb back down and leave heading north.

Police found clumps of dirt and grass on the side of the building which appeared to possibly have been left by shoes placed against the siding, as though someone had climbed up.

Police have no suspects.

Juveniles allegedly steal purse at Meijer

DAVISON TWP. — Three male juveniles were arrested Oct. 28 after they allegedly stole a woman’s purse out of her shopping cart at Meijer, 8089 Lapeer Rd.

Police were called the Meijer at 9:28 p.m. for a reported larceny of a purse. The victim gave police a good description of the suspects and using a K-9 unit, police were able to track the suspects to Meadowbrook Drive in the Kearsley Creek apartments across the road.

There, police arrested three juvenile suspects, one of whom was carrying a BB gun that looked like a Glock pistol. No further information was available.

Man turned over to Livingston County police

DAVISON TWP. — A 47-year-old Charlotte man was arrested and turned over to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department on a warrant, Oct. 29, after he was stopped by police here for a bad license plate.

A Davison Township police officer stopped the driver at 11:34 a.m. when he was driving westbound on Davison Road. The officer ran the car’s license plate and found it to be improper. He stopped the vehicle just west of Irish Road. The man told the officer he didn’t have a driver’s license.

A check of the man’s identity showed he had an arrest warrant out of Livingston County. His vehicle was impounded, he was issued citation and the police transported him to Hill Road to turn him over to the Livingston County Sherriff’s Department on the warrant. — Compiled by Gary Gould