Teen arrested for possession after alleged drug deal during school and other Allen Park police briefs

A student at Allen Park Community School was arrested for marijuana possession Feb. 9 after an administrator witnessed the teen take part in an alleged drug deal during school hours.

The administrator also told police that she believed the student had more narcotics on him. Police were dispatched to the high school and met with the student in the office. Upon entering the room, the officer could smell marijuana in the room and asked the student to stand up from his chair, according to the police report.

When the student stood up, the officer could see a small plastic baggie sticking out of his right front pants pocket, and after asking the student what was in the bag, he responded “weed,” the report said. The officer recovered the marijuana from his pocket and placed the student in custody. After searching the student’s backpack, the officer also recovered a small blue pill bottle that was labeled “green crack,” which also had marijuana inside. The officer found three cellphones on the student, though his mother told police only two of them were his, the report said.

The student was brought back to the police department and released to his mother at the station.

All four tires and rims were stolen from a 2015 Ford Explorer Feb. 11, while it was parked in front of a resident’s home in the 14800 block of Cicotte Avenue.

According to the vehicle owner, he parked the vehicle in his driveway around 9 p.m. on Feb. 10 and woke up around 7 a.m. the next morning to find the tires and rims missing.

The estimated value of the tires and rims are about $5,000, the report said. Police advised the vehicle owner to contact his insurance company and file a claim.

A resident’s purse was stolen from her unlocked vehicle Feb. 14 while it was parked overnight in the 6700 block of Buckingham Avenue.

Inside her purse was $100 in cash, her driver’s license and several credit cards, one of which the suspect attempted to use after the theft. She was advised by police to cancel her credit cards right away. There was no damage to the vehicle, the report said.

Police were dispatched to the 15200 block of Horger Avenue Feb. 10 to respond to a theft complaint.

Upon arrival police spoke to the homeowner, who said that her granddaughter, a 24-year-old Inkster resident, stole $70 from her bedroom the day before while she was at work. Her granddaughter was invited into the home by the homeowner’s daughter, who lives with her at the residence, the report said.

However, the homeowner told police that her granddaughter was not usually allowed in the home due to past thefts and drug abuse.

The homeowner’s daughter told police that she did not see her daughter enter the bedroom. Both the homeowner and her daughter were unsure of her current address and have been unable to get ahold of her by phone.

The driver’s side window of a vehicle was smashed in Feb. 10, while it was parked overnight in front of a home in the 8900 block of Quandt Avenue.

According to the vehicle owner, he parked the car in the street around 5 p.m. on Feb. 9 and woke up the next morning around 5 a.m. to find the damage. Nothing inside the vehicle was taken, though nothing valuable was left inside the car, the report said.

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