Cars Broken Into at Novi Hotel; Patio Furniture Stolen

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

Two cars were damaged while parked at a hotel on Haggerty Road from Oct. 6-7, according to police reports.

One woman’s van was parked on the north side of the hotel, and the passenger’s window was broken out, the report said. The woman said someone had moved items around in the car but didn’t take anything, the report said.

Another woman had her car parked in the west lot and found the driver’s side window was shattered in the morning, the report said. The car’s glove box and console were found open, but nothing was missing, the report said.

Police said the suspect used a screwdriver or spring-loaded punch to break the windows, but no other evidence was found, the report said.

Patio furniture stolen

A woman reported that her patio furniture was stolen between 2-2:30 p.m. on Oct. 8, according a police report. The woman put her furniture out to dry in her driveway on Riverview Lane, then went to the store, the report said. When she returned, the four chairs, two tables and chaise lounge were missing, the report said. The woman said the furniture was from her parents and had sentimental value. 

Construction panels stolen

A man reported that more than 30 panels were stolen from a construction site on Maxwell Court over the weekend of Oct. 5-7, according to a police report. The man said that concrete was poured on the site on Oct. 5 and then all the employees left for the weekend. The man later returned and found that 12 full panels and 19 filler panels were missing, a value of $5,750, the report said. A neighbor who lives directly across from the site said he saw a male and female putting the panels on top of a jade colored Ford Escort wagon on Saturday morning, but figured they were part of the construction crew, the report said.

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


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