Car Radio, Lawn Ornaments Stolen

The following information was supplied by the Novi Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.

A woman reported her in-dash navigation and radio system was stolen from her car while it was parked in the lot of the Crowne Plaza Hotel sometime between 9 p.m. on Sept. 27 and 11:45 a.m. on Sept. 29, according to a police report. The middle passenger side window had been smashed out, the report said.

The police do not have any suspects or evidence.  

GPS stolen from car

Police were dispatched to Faith Community Presbyterian Church on Sept. 29 after a staff member found a briefcase on the grounds, a report said. The police officer determined the owner lived up the street on Christina, the report said. The man said he usually keeps the briefcase in the front seat of his truck, which was parked in the driveway and unlocked, the report said. The man said nothing was missing from the briefcase or the truck, the report said. Upon looking in his wife’s van, which was also parked in the driveway, the man found that her GPS was stolen, the report said. The police could not find any evidence on the cars or any fingerprints on the briefcase, the report said. According to the report, there were a large number of incidents of juvenile mischief and stolen mail reported in the area during this time period, as well, but police do not have any suspects.

Car keyed

A man reported his car was keyed while parked in the street on Emerald Forest Drive, according to a police report. The man said he was not sure which night it was, but it was either Sept. 26 or 27, the report said.

Lawn decorations stolen

A woman reported that two lawn decorations were stolen from her yard on Owenton Street sometime between Sept. 25 and Sept. 29, according to a police report. The woman said a fake rock that covered her wellhead in the backyard and a large metal egg-shaped plant holder that was on her front deck are missing, the report said. The police did not find any evidence or suspects.

If you have questions about this blotter, contact Editor Rebecca Jaskot at rebecca.jaskot@patch.com.


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