Grosse Pointe Farms police arrested a 31-year-old St. Clair Shores man shortly before noon Feb. 19 for drug possession following a traffic stop. During the traffic stop, officers discovered the man had outstanding warrants from three jurisdictions and during a search of the van, which was unregistered and had improper license plates, officers found 200 syringes. About 50 to 60 of the syringes had a liquid officers suspected to be heroin. A passenger in the vehicle told the officers that the driver had hidden the syringes before he stopped for the officers. He was released from the scene. Meanwhile, the driver was charged with felony possession of an illegal drug and cited for not having proper registration of the vehicle. He was also charged with the three warrants, according to a report.
Man Arrested at Beaumont for Trespassing
City of Grosse Pointe police arrested a 45-year-old Detroit man Feb. 17 for trespassing at Beaumont Hospital Grosse Pointe. The man had been there earlier in the day, began yelling and using foul language in front of patients and employees. He refused to leave despite being asked to after the outburst. Security called police and told the man he was not allowed back onto the hospital property because of his behavior. A responding officer explained it to the man, who indicated he understood. A short time later, officers were called back to the hospital because he returned and was again causing a disturbance. The responding officer arrested the man for trespassing. He was released from police custody as he had no criminal history in Michigan and given a court date, according to a report.
Suspicious Man Arrested on Warrant
Grosse Pointe Farms police arrested a 21-year-old Detroit man Feb. 19 after responding to a suspicious person report and discovering the man had outstanding warrants in the Farms and Warren. The man told the officer he had been at a woman's house nearby Lothrop and Grosse Pointe Boulevard, where he was found. A resident on Fair Acres called police to report that the man was circling the area on foot and was concerned the man was acting suspicious, according to a report.
Employees Call Police on Man Causing Disturbance
Grosse Pointe Woods police arrested a man outside of Talmer Bank Feb. 17 after employees called to report he was causing a disturbance inside. Officers discovered the man to be the same man who had been asked to leave Edwin Paul Salon and Comerica Bank earlier in the day. The man was trying to open an account at Talmer Bank without any identification and refused to leave at employees requests. The man was eventually responsive to the request of officers but had repeated bouts of angry outbursts, eventually leading to officers arresting him, according to a report.
Damage to Vehicle Reported
Grosse Pointe Park police are investigating damage reported to a 2004 Dodge Caravan Feb. 17. The air was let out of all of the van's tires and a three-foot scratch was found on the driver's side after the van had been parked in the 1100 block of Lakepointe from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. that day, according to a report.