Davison Police Blotter

Police arrest man on child abuse warrant

DAVISON TWP. — Police arrested an 80-year-old man in Davison Township on a warrant from Ashboro, NC on July 30.

Police Chief Jay Rendon said the police in Ashboro requested a pick-up on the suspect for extradition back to North Carolina for a charge of taking liberties with a child. The suspect was arrested without incident and housed I the Genesee County Jail pending extradition back to Randolph County, NC.

Police investigate attempted catalytic converter theft

DAVISON TWP. — On July 30 police were called to C&L Ward. 9284 Lapeer Rd., for a report on the attempted theft of catalytic converter in parking lot. Police said someone tried to cut the catalytic converter off a company truck at the business at 12:30 p.m. on July 25. Police are looking for a suspect in a maroon Jeep Cherokee who fled the scene.

Unpaid restaurant bill investigated

DAVISON TWP. — Someone left Blackrock Bar & Grill, 1015 N. Irish Rd., on July 31 without paying a $91 bill.

Police said a couple, in their mid-40s to early 50s, came into the restaurant at about 9:35 p.m. and then left after their meal without paying the bill. No further information was available. Police have no suspects.

Woman arrested for shoplifting

DAVISON TWP. — On Aug. 2 at 3:53 p.m. police were called to Menards, 7410 E. Court St., after a 59-year-old woman allegedly tried to leave the store without paying for $176 worth of merchandise.

The police report indicates the woman tried to leave with an electric dog training collar, shelf divider, rivets and bolts and did not pay for them.

She was cited and released.

Mobile home spray painted

DAVISON TWP. — Police responded to the report of vandalism to a mobile home located I the Davison Mobile Home Park on Davison Road on Aug. 4.

An officer was called to the scene at 12:38 p.m. to learn that someone had spray painted lines all over the exterior wall and windows on the north side of the trailer. The victim said they did not know who might have done it and police have no suspects.

Woman arrested on warrants, driving on suspended license

DAVISON TWP. — A 30-year-old Davison Township woman was arrested Aug. 4 after a traffic stop where police learned she was dirivng on a suspended license and had several outstanding warrants for her arrest.

– 1:48 p.m.

Police made a traffic stop at Atherton and Vassar after observing the suspect vehicle pass by at 1:48 p.m. with no license plate. While investigating, the officer learned the suspect has three outstanding warrants for possession of narcotic equipment, failure to appear for larceny and a warrant for driving on a suspended license.

While completing inventory search prior to impound, the officer located a fully loaded syringe with suspected narcotics inside, a glass pipe for crack and an open bottle of Corona beer.

The suspect was lodged in the Lapeer County Jail on warrants from there. Compiled by Gary Gould