Police Blotter: Gun Missing, Navigation System Stolen, Allegedly Stoned Driver Faces Charges

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 12/14/2016 - 16:32

A 23-year-old Maple Road man called police after losing his Glock 380 handgun. The man told police he had locked the gun in a storage container in his pickup truck. When he went to get his gun around 9 p.m. Dec. 8, it was gone.

There are no signs of forced entry.

He told police that sometimes his lock box doesn’t always “lock all the way.”

Navigation System Stolen

A man who resides on the 700 block of Knollwood Court called police after discovering that someone had taken his Garmin navigation system from his vehicle. Someone entered his vehicle through an unlocked passenger door. The incident occurred Dec. 9-10.

Lodi Man Faces Marijuana Charge

Saline Police are seeking charges against a 30-year-old Lodi Township man for possession of marijuana.

At approximately 2 p.m. police stopped a vehicle for several  traffic violations. The driver was clocked at 40 mph in a 25-mph zone. Police stopped the driver on Michigan Avenue, east of Maple Road.

The driver didn’t make much sense and spoke with a slow, sleepy tone, according to police. Police detected the smell or marijuana and conducted sobriety tests before arresting the man, who said he possessed medical marijuana card a prescription to treat depression.

Police arrested him for driving while intoxicated but because the officer had to help with another case in the city, he could not complete a blood test in a timely manner. While processing the suspect police found a piece of paper containing a substance that smell like marijuana.

The man’s medical marijuana card expired Dec. 1.

Police are seeking charges of marijuana possession, speeding and disobeying a traffic signal.

Theft on Old Creek

A woman reported that a framed Picasso print was taken from her front porch on the 600 block of Old Creek Drive sometime Dec. 2-3.



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