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The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department submitted their report for the month of September 2019 to the Dexter Township Board at their October 15th meeting.

During the month of September there were 170 calls for service (including traffic stops). Deputies conducted 58 traffic stops during this time with 20 citations issued.

Noteworthy events in Dexter Township during last month include:


On September 5, 2019 Deputies were dispatched to the 6100 block of Dexter Pinckney Road for a burglary. Cigarettes and a small amount of cash was taken. Multiple persons of interest have been identified. The investigation is still ongoing.

On September 7, 2019 Deputies were dispatched to the 6100 block of Dexter Pickney Road for another burglary. The interior video footage of the suspect appears to match that of the subject in the 9/5 incident. Deputies are actively investigating this incident which may be related to a break in at the North Lake Party Store just outside of Dexter Township.

On September 8, 2019 Deputies responded to a “Be on the lookout” for a vehicle unable to maintain its lane on Island Lake near Wylie Road. Deputies located and stopped the vehicle. The driver was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants. The case has been forwarded to the prosecutors for review.

On September 13, 2019 Deputies were dispatched to the 9500 block of Portage Lake Avenue for a larceny from an automobile complaint. Several items were removed from an unlocked vehicle during the night. There are no suspects or leads currently in this incident.

Between September 12, 2019 and September 13, 2019 several hunting blinds were damaged in the 9500 Block of Fleming Road. All the blinds were located on private property. Several juveniles were seen in the area at the time but there are no identified suspects or leads at this time.

On September 27, 2019 deputies were dispatched to the 7100 Block of Mountain Ridge Road for a burglary. The suspect removed gaming systems, games and other small items. A suspect has been positively identified and is known to the residents of the home. This investigation is still on going.