Public Safety

The OCSO Orion substation responded

to 407 calls from August 5-11, 2019

• Felony Arrests: 0

• Misdemeanor Arrests: 5

• Accidents: 20

The party is over for drunk driver who gets himself into an accident

Deputies were dispatched to the 3000 block of Gainesborough Drive at 2:43 a.m. Aug. 5 for a property damage accident.

Upon arrival, deputies spoke with both drivers. There were no injuries reported, however, deputies detected that one driver, a Lake Orion man, 26, displayed signs of intoxification. Further investigation determined that he had been drinking.

The Lake Orion man was placed under arrest for OWI (operating while intoxicated) and transported to McLaren hospital where the man consented to a blood draw.

The driver was released at the hospital pending the issuance of criminal charges.

It’s sad but true… cars in driveways must be locked to avoid theft

Deputies responded to the 400 block of Heights Road at 1:25 p.m. Aug. 5 for a larceny from a vehicle report.

When a woman returned to her car about 4:30 p.m. that day after parking it in the driveway around noon, she noticed that her purse was missing from the vehicle.

There was no damage to the vehicle and the owner believes she left it unlocked.

The investigation continues.

Drunk driver lands herself in jail

Deputies were dispatched to the area of W. Clarkston and S. Baldwin roads at 2:24 p.m. Aug. 5 for a report of an intoxicated driver.

Deputies located the vehicle/driver and safely stopped her. Sobriety tests revealed that the driver had been drinking.

The woman was placed under arrest and transported to McLaren Hospital where deputies completed a search warrant for a blood draw.

The woman was then transported to the Oakland County Jail.

Man finds himself desperate after he doesn’t learn from his mistakes

Deputies were dispatched to an alarm at 6:50 p.m. Aug. 5 when they noticed a possible accident that just occurred in front of Golling Buick GMC in the 1400 block of S. Lapeer Road.

Further investigation and sobriety tests revealed the driver had been drinking.

The driver, a Clarkston man, 56, was placed under arrest for OWI and transported to the Orion Substation so a search warrant for blood could be obtained.

While at the substation, the man requested to use the bathroom. Deputies escorted the man to the bathroom, and while returning him to the holding room bench, the man stopped, looked at the deputy and then attempted to run towards the door.

Deputies immediately stopped the man, who began to punch the deputies.

The man was transported to McLaren Hospital for a blood draw where he admitted to deputies that he was just recently arrested for another OWI and he is desperate, according to a sheriff’s report.

The Clarkston man was transported to Oakland County Jail without further incident. Neither the man or deputies were injured during the incident.

The driver was arraigned on the charges of Operating While Intoxicated and Resisting, along with an additional charge of Obstructing a Police Officer. He was given a $2,500 bond, no 10 percent cash surety.

Man leaves path of destruction, along with his identity, in hotel room

Deputies were dispatched to the Red Roof Inn, 2755 S. Lapeer Rd., at 12:55 p.m. Aug. 6 for a MDOP (malicious destruction of property) report.

Deputies arrived and spoke with the complainant.

An investigation revealed that the suspect staying there requested to stay another night in the room but then never returned. A video and documents located in the room led to the identity of the man, 56, from Clarkston.

Deputies advised the complainant they needed an estimate of the damages.

Drunk man cannot stay in his lane

Deputies were dispatched to the area of Baldwin and Maybee roads at 8:12 a.m. Aug. 7 for reports of an intoxicated driver weaving all over the road.

Deputies located the vehicle/driver and safely stopped the vehicle.

An investigation determined that the male driver had been drinking, and there was fresh damage to the vehicle.

The man was placed under arrest and transported to McLaren Hospital for a blood draw. He was then transported to the Oakland County Jail without incident.

Deputies located a mailbox that was hit by the driver in the 700 block of Lapeer Road.

Contact was made with the owner of the property. No injuries were reported.

Man learns, don’t mess with the popo

Deputies were requested by Lake Orion Police at 8:27 p.m. Aug. 7 for a person refusing to leave in the 200 block of Broadway Street.

As the Lake Orion officer and deputies were clearing the scene, they were approached by another intoxicated man who was belligerent and demanding to enter the complex.

The Lake Orion officer was advised by the landlord that the Lake Orion man, 55, is not allowed on the property and has been told not to return. After being told repeatedly to leave the area and the man refusing, the Lake Orion officer attempted to place the man under arrest for trespassing, when he pulled away and became combative with officers.

The deputy took hold of the man and took him to the ground to handcuff him.

The deputy sustained minor injury to his right knee.

The Lake Orion Police Department are seeking charges for resisting and obstructing police and trespassing.

Man can run, but man can’t hide forever

Deputies responded to the 600 block of Pleasant Ridge at 7:14 p.m. Aug. 11 on an unlawful entry complaint.

The caller stated she was sitting on her couch when she observed a man open the unlocked front door and enter her house. She jumped off her couch and pushed the man back out of the front door, yelling for him to get out of her house.

The woman and her husband met the man in the driveway. The man apologized to both her and her husband, stating he had been drinking and thought it was his home and that he lives around the corner.

The woman further stated that he appeared to be under the influence of drugs, rather than intoxicated from alcohol.

Deputies responded to the 300 block of Golden Gate to locate the subject.

Deputies were met by the suspect’s father. He advised his son was not acting right today and he believed he was possibly intoxicated or on drugs.

The suspect was not located at the residence or in the neighborhood.

Detectives are continuing the investigation.


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