Police Blotter: Vehicles Targeted in Orion Township
The following information was supplied by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office Substation in Orion Township.
Highlights from Orion Township Substation reports from the past week:
Numerous car windows broken
- The rear window of a white General Motors (GM) Tahoe, parked in the driveway of a home on the 3000 block of Hidden Forest Drive, was found broken early Monday morning, according to a report. The rear window was broken, possibly by a BB gun, said the report. The 56-year-old Orion Township woman who contacted the police noted that she is a GM employee and the vehicle belongs to the company. At 11 p.m. on Sunday the window was intact, according to the woman.
- A 2009 gold Chrysler Town & Country had its rear window smashed out sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning, according to a report. The car had been parked in a driveway on the 3000 block of Mill Lake Road and belongs to a 34-year-old Orion Township female.
- A silver Kia parked in the driveway of a home on the 3000 block of Hidden Forest Drive had its rear window broken out sometime between Sunday night and Monday morning. The 66-year-old Orion Township man who reported the damage of his car said that nothing was taken from the vehicle.
Stolen license plate
On Saturday deputies responded to a report of a license plate stolen from a 2002 maroon Buick Rendezvous parked on the 2000 block of Scenic Court. According to the report the Lake Orion woman’s license plate was stolen between 5 p.m. on Friday and 11 a.m. on Saturday. She noticed the license plate was missing after loading bags in her car.
Car keyed with unknown object
On Thursday deputies responded to a report that a vehicle had been keyed with an unknown object. The 2003 silver Pontiac SUV had been unoccupied and legally parked at the corner of Joslyn Court and Josyn Road, according to the report; however, when the 22-year-old Oxford man returned to his car, he found the hood damaged with deep scratches.