CRIME LOG: MPPD investigates a missing person, larcenies, deer incident

Cars parked on Friday, Oct. 28 in Lot 22.

The following incidents were among those handled by the Mount Pleasant Police Department in the period of Oct. 21 to Oct. 25.

Oct. 21

MPPD officers received a report of a missing female at 4 a.m. After some period of time, she was located and found to be safe. No criminal activity happened.

Oct. 22

MPPD officers took multiple reports of larcenies from motor vehicles. The officers were able to locate and arrest a 22-year-old male from Mount Pleasant. He has been arrested twice prior in similar incidents.

MPPD officers got a call from a person reporting being involved in a minor property damage accident. The other party failed to stop as required by law at 12:13 p.m. between South Mission and Broomfield Streets. 

Oct. 23

MPPD officers were dispatched to a deer that had jumped through the front window of a residence at 8:13 a.m at 800 Block S. Franklin St. When officers arrived, they found that the adult male deer had sustained significant injuries that required the deer to be euthanized. The deer had done considerable damage to the interior of the residence prior to officer arrival.

Oct. 24 

MPPD officers investigated a domestic assault at 5:36 p.m. at 1200 Block S. Isabella Rd. A 35-year-old Mount Pleasant female was arrested for the assault.

Oct. 25 

MPPD officers responded to a larceny of two pumpkins from a front porch. The caller believed that two unknown juveniles were responsible for the theft at 9:13 p.m. at 300 Block S. Oak St.