Police Blotter

Apartment windows damaged

DAVISON TWP. — On Sept. 4 at 9:32 p.m., six vehicles were reportedly damaged in the Kearsley Creek apartments at Irish and Lapeer roads.

One caller to the police reported hearing four or five shots against the window on the north side of their apartment. Over course of next few hours, six different people reported damage to their vehicles. The window of one apartment was shot 20 times with an Airsoft gun.

Hours earlier, two suspects reportedly stole Airsoft guns from the Tractor Supply store across the street and the suspects were seen running across Lapeer Road into the apartments. Police are investigating.

Improper plates lead to citations

DAVISON TWP. — On Sept. 8 police encounter three motorists with improper license plates resulting in charges.

The first incident was at 3:09 p.m. when a 35-year-old Davison woman was stopped traveling westbound on Lapeer Road with an expired license plate from March of 2020. She pulled into the lot at Meijer and a LEIN check found she was also driving on a suspended license. She was issued a court date and released.

The second incident happened at 7:40 p.m. when a 32-year-old Flint man was stopped for an improper license plate. The driver also did not have a valid license and was placed under arrest, issued a ticket and released.

At 10:35 p.m. police stopped a car driven by a 32-year-old Davison woman westbound on Court from Gale Road. A check of her license plate revealed the vehicle had no insurance. Police stopped the vehicle, identified the driver and determined her driver’s license was suspended. She was issued a court date and released.

Ex-employee takes money from register, calls it “even”

DAVISON TWP. — Police are investigating an incident at Copper Ridge Golf Course, 8475 E. Atherton Rd., in which a 35-year-old Keego Harbor man quit his job at the golf course, placed his keys on the counter and withdrew money from the register before leaving.

Police said the man took the money at about 6:36 p.m. When he allegedly took the money, he did so in front of a security camera and then texted his manager to say he had quit and that there was no need to direct deposit his paycheck, adding “you don’t owe me anything.”

No further details were available.

Man reports fraud, gets arrested on aggravated assault warrant

DAVISON TWP. — A 35-year-old Flint man walked into the Davison Township Police Department Aug. 28 to report a fraud case. As police were conducting their investigation at about 5:22 p.m., they determined the complainant had a warrant for aggravated assault. The plaintiff then became a suspect and was arrested. — Compiled by Gary Gould