Davison Police Blotter

Car stolen from apartment parking lot

DAVISON TWP. — On Oct. 9 at 6:25 a.m., the Davison Township Police were called to Charter Oaks Apartment Complex for a reported automobile theft. The victim, a 27-year-old Davison woman, told police she came out of the building that morning and found her 2019 Hyundai Elantra missing. She said it was there the night before but was going the next day. There was no further evidence available at the scene. Police said the owner was reportedly one month behind on her payments, but it is not believed the car was repossessed. The car remains reported as stolen.

Gun reported stolen from apartment

DAVISON TWP. — A renter at Charter Oaks Apartments reported his handgun stolen on Oct. 9 at 3:41 p.m. The man called police to report his gun missing. He said it went missing between Oct. 2-9. He told police he had a large party of about 20 people at the apartment and believes it was taken then. There are no suspects or witnesses.

Woman found to be way over the limit on portable breathalyzer

DAVISON TWP. — Police responded to the report of an accident at 12:46 p.m. on Oct. 10 I the 1000 block of Lapeer Road. A 40-year-old Davison woman driving a Dodge Caravan reportedly turned left in front of an oncoming Buick LeSabre causing the accident.

When police arrived at the scene, they asked the woman if she had been drinking, to which she replied, “a lot.” Officers said her speech was slurred, she had glassy eyes and smelled of intoxicants. Police said she apologized to them and said she shouldn’t have been drunk driving.

After failing sobriety tests, the woman was administered a portable breathalyzer test, which she failed with a reading of .349. Police said the level was so high, she had to be hospitalized. Before she was taken to jail, the level came down to .286 and she was lodged for Operating While Intoxicated with an added high Blood Alcohol Content charge.

Man gets punched in the face for drive-thru altercation

DAVISON TWP. — On Oct. 10 at 8:28 p.m., police were called to the McDonalds, 1110 S. State Rd., after a 31-year-old Davison man reported being punched in the face several times during an altercation with another drive-thru customer.

According to the victim, he was the passenger in a car driven by his wife. He said they were coming from his sister’s wedding reception and he’d been drinking. While in line at the drive-thru, he told police he became impatient and yelled at the Silver Chevrolet Silverado in front of him, “why don’t we hurry the <expletive> up?”

The Silverado picked up its order and parked over to the right of the line and the other vehicle with the victim in it followed and parked next to the truck. The victim said a man described as in his 40s bald, wearing a white shirt and blue jeans got out of the truck, walked over to the victim’s car and opened the passenger door. He then allegedly pulled the victim out of the car and started punching him in head. The victim said he punched him back before the suspect left in his truck south on State Road. The victim received minor injuries.

Coins, charger stolen from car

DAVISON TWP. — On Oct. 11 police were called to the 11000 block of Brahams for the report of a larceny from an automobile. A 68-year-old Davison man told police coins, a phone charger and documents were taken from his unlocked car overnight. Police have no suspects.

Man arrested for improper plates, driving without a license

DAVISON TWP. — On Oct. 15 at 4:31 p.m. in the 1000 block of S. State Road, police stopped and arrested a 30-year-old Waterford man for driving with an improper plate and driving while license was suspended. His car was impounded, and the man was cited and driven back to his home. — Compiled by Gary Gould