A pellet from a BB gun pierced the glass front door of Tattoo Addicts, 5817 Allen Road, at 7:15 p.m. Aug. 27. The owner said he was unaware of any enemies or disgruntled customers.
A guitar was stolen from an unlocked Chevy Camaro at Best Buy, 3349 Fairlane Drive, between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. Aug. 19.
Three truck tailgates taken
Three tailgates were removed from pickup trucks in the rear parking lot of Holiday Inn Express Hotel, 3600 Enterprise Drive, between 11:30 p.m. Aug. 27 and 7:30 a.m. Aug. 28.
The pickups included a white 2000 Ford, a white 2005 Chevy Silverado and a blue 2008 Dodge Ram.
Laptop returned quickly
A DTE laptop computer was reported stolen from the front passenger seat of an employee’s vehicle in the 3100 block of Oakwood about 2 p.m. on Tuesday.
However, shortly after filing a police report, the company employee returned to the police station to report the laptop had been recovered.
Tires were removed from two vehicles early Wednesday morning.
A driver’s-side front tire was removed from a 2002 white four-door Dodge in the 4400 block of Oakwood.
A driver’s-side rear tire was taken from a Milford man’s van parked in the 18000 block of Robert Avenue.
House robbed during hospital visit
A house in the 2400 block of Downing was robbed the afternoon of Aug. 26 while its resident was at a local hospital with family.
A Nintendo GameCube and $200 were taken.
Pregnant woman assaulted by stranger
A 20-year-old pregnant woman was slapped, sworn at and pushed by an unknown man outside her home in the 17000 block of Harman about 10:40 a.m. Aug. 27.
The subject left on foot north on Harmon. The nine-month pregnant woman was taken to Oakwood Hospital & Medical Center.
Officers searched the area but did not find a suspect.
Station wagon disappears overnight
A gold 1999 Dodge station wagon was reported stolen from the 18000 block of Harman about 10 a.m. Aug. 29.
The owner heard the alarm chirp during the night, and stated the previous owner had a set of keys for which they could not account.
Car wash hosed
A sprayer wand was stolen last Monday night from a car wash in the 2600 block of Oakwood.
The owner told police he has had repeated problems with vandals and thieves for the past several weeks.
An 8-year-old boy remembered his safety lessons and ran away from a stranger in a car who asked if he wanted to see his dog.
The boy was near the Sibley Road entrance to the Colonial Village Apartment Complex about 7:30 p.m. Aug. 29.
He heard the man’s voice from a black passenger sedan with tinted windows, but did not see him.
Police found an unoccupied car matching the description in the area. However, the driver of record did not have a prior record.
Alleged tree chopper stays in house
A business owner in the 17000 block of Fort Street reported on Aug. 26 that a pine tree on his property had been cut down.
An investigating officer subsequently found pine needles in a trash container at a house near the business in the 17000 block of Ray Street. However, the resident, who was seen moving about inside, would not come to the door to speak to the investigating officer.
Drunken lane changer arrested
A purple 1993 Ford Ranger that was not remaining in its lane of travel on eastbound Sibley Road about 1 a.m. Aug. 29 resulted in a traffic stop and its driver being charged with driving while intoxicated.
The 38-year-old city resident man failed both field sobriety and breath tests for his blood-alcohol level. He was arrested for operating a vehicle while impaired and his vehicle was towed.
Traffic stop reveals unlicensed driver
Failure to signal a right turn prompted a traffic stop that showed a suspended license and an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for a 36-year-old Romulus man.
His license was suspended for an unpaid traffic ticket. After he posted bond for Riverview police he was picked up by Taylor officers for a misdemeanor larceny charge.
Boats broken into
Three larcenies were reported at Libra Marine, 815 Clifford St., about 8:30 p.m. Aug.26.
A 27-foot 1983 Sea Ray boat appeared to have been entered, but the owner couldn’t be reached to confirm the boat’s contents.
A 26-foot, 3-inch 1983 Sea Ray boat was missing its radio and marine speakers.
Two 6-inch-by-9-inch speakers and a AM/FM/stereo/CD player were taken from a third boat, also of 1983 vintage.
Credit card overcharged
A Southgate woman reported that on Aug. 22 Jack’s on the River Restaurant, 1 St. John St., had charged her debit card $6,100 instead of $61, and had not been forthcoming with a refund.
Groom’s sister drunk and disorderly
Police were called to an evening wedding reception Aug. 28 at the Downriver Italian-American Club, 646 Biddle, to break up a fight and arrived to find the groom’s sister outside cursing and combative.
After numerous attempts by relatives and police to calm the 32-year-old Lincoln Park woman, she was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting and obstructing an officer.
At the police station she refused to give identifying information and threw her jewelry at officers as they prepared to put her in a cell, and at one point acted as if she was going to kick officers who tried to remove her ankle bracelets.
The woman, who police said was highly intoxicated, was cited for being a disorderly person and resisting and obstructing officers.