Lodi Twp Police Report, July 2023


In July, Deputies responded to 257 calls for service, up from 204 the previous year for a 26% increase. Total calls for 2023 (Jan-Jul) are 1,375, up from 1,052 for the same period last year for a 31% increase.

Officers conducted 117 traffic stops, up from 68 last year. Twenty-four citations were issued.

Notable events from the police call log include:

  • One assault
  • One B&E
  • Three larcenies
  • Seven crashes
  • One medical assist
  • Seven citizen assists
  • Three mental health
  • Seven welfare checks
  • One fraud
  • Two identity thefts
  • One disorderly conduct
  • One hospice death
  • One OUI

The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office reported the following details to Lodi Twp:

On June 1, a Collaboration Deputy responded to the 2700 Block of Robal Court for a report of identity theft. The complainant reported that an unknown suspect(s) opened loans totaling $7,000. It is unknown and unclear how the suspect(s) obtained the information needed to get a loan and have the money deposited to their fake bank account.

On June 5, a Collaboration Deputy responded to the 2700 Block of S. Wagner Road for a report of fraud. The victim reported that she mailed a check for $44 to a business but later learned from her bank that the check was cashed for $9,800. It is believed that the check was intercepted at the post office and then “doctored,” resulting in the fraud. The incident has been turned over to the Postmaster General.

On June 8, a Collaboration Deputy responded to the 2800 Block of S. Wagner Road for a report of a theft from an automobile. Loose change and a victim’s wallet were taken from the vehicle. Suspects were identified, and the case is pending the prosecutor’s office review.

On June 20, a Collaboration Deputy responded to the 4900 Block of Ann Arbor-Saline Road for a report of a home invasion. An unknown suspect entered an unlocked garage overnight and stole a child’s bicycle. Home surveillance captured the incident, but the suspect's face could not be identified due to low light.

The entire July police call log can be found at the link below.

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