Police blotter

Allen Park
Drunken playground argument

Two intoxicated men were arrested for disorderly conduct when neighbors reported them arguing at the Humpty Dumpty Tot Lot at Arlington at Roger at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Both were arrested and cited for being disorderly persons.

Harley stolen from sports bar
A black and burgundy 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle was stolen Friday night at about 11 p.m. from the parking lot at 3 Nicks Scoreboard, 18713 Van Born.

The owner said he was inside the bar for about 10 minutes and that he left the motorcycle unlocked.

Visitor’s car stolen
A locked white 1992 BMW was stolen from the 6400 block of Winona between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Saturday while the victim was at the house visiting friends.

Iguana sitter reports break-in
A resident checking on a neighbor’s iguana in the 15000 block of Euclid reported an unsuccessful break-in just after 8:30 a.m. Monday.

Police were shown a broken window pane on the side of the house and determined that no entry was gained through it.

House broken into, robbed
A house in the 6300 block of Shenandoah was broken into between 7:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Monday.

A 46-inch flat-screen television valued at $1,800, a wedding band valued at $2,000, a video console valued at $300 and eight personal checks were missing.

A rear door was pried and kicked and sustained a broken frame and glass; another rear door was left open. No fingerprints or witnesses were found.

Melvindale
Fingerprints may point to burglar

A large-screen television and an engagement ring were stolen from a ransacked apartment in the 100 block of Gale between 9:30 p.m. May 1 and 2:30 a.m. last Sunday.

The resident found the apartment unlocked when she came home.

An open window and a jewelry box that was moved were taken into evidence to be processed for prints.

Couple in park too curious about baby
A couple in their 40s raised suspicions of a woman Tuesday at Coogan Park at Robert and Cora, when they asked a series of questions about one of her children.

The woman was at the park about noon with several of her children when the couple began asking about her youngest daughter, a baby.

She reported the incident to police at 8:46 p.m. that day, saying the questions were “strange” and made her very uncomfortable. Police gave her the name of the person registered to the license plate number she reported for the couple.

Riverview
Athlete loses wallet

A wallet was stolen from a Riverview Community High School rowing team member between noon and 3:30 p.m. May 1 from a storage shed during a rowing competition at the Wyandotte Boat Club, 1 Pine St. in Wyandotte.

Athletes from other rowing teams had access to the building. The wallet contained the student’s driver’s license, a credit card and $45 cash.

Custodian cleans ups, clears out
A custodian who thought he had made a clean getaway with $715 in cash that wasn’t his ended up clearing out Monday at Riverview Community High School.

The custodian was caught on video accessing a safe and taking cash that was not his. When confronted with the evidence, the employee was suspected of several other cash crimes going back several months. School officials fired the individual but declined to press charges or to offer an explanation for the dismissal.

Wyandotte
Test driveaway

A 30-year-old Southgate woman never returned to McQuiston Motors, 3017 Fort Street, after a test drive at 4:30 p.m. April 29.

She was driving a gold 2004 Mercury Mountaineer with dealer license plates.

Thrift store victim of theft
A laptop computer valued at $2,000 was stolen from the Salvation Army, 1258 Biddle about 11 a.m. Sunday. The suspect may have been recorded on surveillance video.

Bike, tools gone from garage
Power and hand tools valued at $1,000 and a bicycle valued at $200 were reported stolen Sunday from an unlocked garage in the 3100 block of 22nd Street. Some of the missing hand tools were engraved with the owner’s nickname.

Power tools taken
Power yard and construction tools valued at $2,350 were stolen from a locked shed in the 100 block of Park Lane between May 1 and noon Monday.

A lock was removed from the shed to gain entry.

The resident said a lawn service contractor working on nearby railroad property during the time period may have witnessed or have information about the robbery.

Bicycle burgled
A bicycle valued at $200 was stolen from a garage with a damaged door in the 1600 block of 22nd Street at about 6 p.m.

The resident has since had the garage door fixed.