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West Bloomfield Woman Blocks Attempted Photograph in Clothing Store Dressing Room

The following information was supplied by the Farmington Hills Police Department. Arrests and charges do not indicate a conviction.

A 30-year-old West Bloomfield woman told police she was in a changing room at a clothing store on Orchard Lake Rd. around 4:30 p.m. Monday, when she spotted a dark gray cell phone slide underneath the wall, camera side up. 

According to the report filed with , the woman had removed her shirt and pants to try on clothing when the incident occurred. She told police that she kicked at the phone and called out to the person in the adjacent room, but did not receive an answer. After dressing, she left the changing room and contacted a sales person. Surveillance cameras showed the suspect entering and leaving the store, but did not show his activity in the changing room. According to the report, the man in his 30s, about 5'8" tall, medium build, with short black and gray hair, dressed in a navy blue long-sleeved shirt and light blue jeans. 

Narcotics arrests

A 32-year-old Farmington Hills man whose vehicle was stopped at Halsted and Nine Mile for having a defective license plate light early Tuesday morning faces charges of marijuana possession. According to the report, an officer noticed a strong smell of marijuana while talking with the driver, who eventually turned over a baggie of marijuana that had been concealed in his sock. 

A 24-year-old West Bloomfield Township woman faces charges of disorderly conduct and possessing narcotics paraphernalia, after police spotted her at a motel on Grand River late Monday night. According to the report, officers spotted the woman while patrolling motels on the west side of the city, due to increased reports of narcotics and prostitution. The report indicated that the woman, who appeared intoxicated, told officers she was a prostitute and had been left at the motel by a "john". A preliminary breath test showed her blood alcohol was .17, higher than the legal limit of .08. Officers reported seeing needle track marks on her hands, arms, feet and legs. Because of her condition, officers turned the woman over to her mother and advised her not to return to the motel, or she would be arrested for trespassing. 

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