A 58-year-old Waterford man may face narcotics-related charges after Farmington Hills police found him laying unconscious in a parking lot at 12 Mile and Orchard Lake roads late Friday afternoon.
According to the report, officers were called to a medical facility on a report that a man was having a heart attack. They eventually found the unresponsive man laying on his back in the rear of the parking lot. As medics were treating the man, police learned that he had a recent arrest for heroin possession and driving under the influence of drugs. The report indicated that medics observed signs of a drug overdose.
The man was taken to Botsford Hospital, where personnel turned his clothes over to police, based on concerns that he may have kept needles in his pockets, according to the report. As police searched the clothes, they found two folds of heroin.
Drunken driving arrest
A 40-year-old Livonia woman faces a charge of drunken driving after her vehicle was stopped shortly before 3 a.m. Tuesday on Eight Mile Road west of Inkster in Redford Township.
According to the report, an officer on patrol stopped the vehicle after he watched the driver make an erratic left turn from west to east Eight Mile, stopping in two lanes and causing other drivers to swerve around her. The driver then took off at a high rate of speed on Eight Mile. A preliminary breath test showed her blood alcohol level was .12, which is more than the .08 legal limit.
Farmington Hills police responded on Monday to two reports of tires and wheels being stolen from vehicles parked in the driveways of the owners' homes. According to the report, a resident in the 22000 block of Elena Drive told police the right front tire of his vehicle was taken sometime after 3 p.m. Sunday. A resident in the 36000 block of Tina Drive told police two wheels and tires were taken from a vehicle sometime after 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Vehicles reported stolen
- A resident in the 21000 block of Colwell Street called police on Monday to report that her vehicle had been stolen. According to the report, she last saw it parked in front of her home at 3 a.m. that day.
- Police responding to a report of a disorderly person at a convenience store on 12 Mile Road ended up talking with a Farmington Hills woman who reported her vehicle stolen. According to the report, the person who contacted police was involved in a hit and run traffic accident in Southfield and followed the other vehicle to the convenience store lot. The caller told police the other driver appeared intoxicated and ran from the store, leaving the damaged vehicle behind. When police contacted the registered owner of the vehicle, the woman told them the vehicle had been stolen. Police found documents in the vehicle with her son's name on them, and the report indicated that his description matched the one given by the person who originally called police. The woman told police that her son sometimes leaves documents in her vehicle, but does not drive it, the report indicated.
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