Rochester Police Report
Rochester Police Department Summary for March 17, 2023 through May 9, 2023
Rochester Police officers handled 420 calls for service, and responded to 16 traffic accidents.
Intoxicated Person Screams Profanities in City Park!
Rochester, MI - April 27, 2023 - At approximately 7:10pm, Rochester officers were dispatched to the city park for multiple reports of an intoxicated subject. Officers arrived on scene and directed the subject who was highly intoxicated and talking on the phone. While speaking with the subject, officers located an open bottle of whiskey. The subject became agitated and began screaming profanities loudly. The subject provided a PBT (Preliminary Breath Test), with a result of 0.18. The subject was given a citation for disorderly intoxication and given a ride to his residence.
Driver Never Applied for a Driver's License!
Rochester, MI - April 29, 2023 - A Rochester officer was on patrol in the area of Main and Second. As the officer began to turn on Main St, a northbound vehicle began to turn left on to W Second, disregarding the red light. The officer then made contact with the driver, a 30 year-old from Shelby Township. During the traffic stop, it was discovered the driver had never applied for a driver’s license. The driver was issued a citation and given a court date.
Driver Arrested Had Suspended License and Expired Plate!
Rochester, MI - May 9, 2023 - At approximately 2:15am, a Rochester Officer was on patrol in the area of Walnut and Second when they observed the vehicle in front of them fail to stop at the stop sign at Second and Walnut. The vehicle then turned on to W Second without using their turn signal. The officer also observed the vehicle to have an expired plate. The officer conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle. The officer spoke with the driver, a 29-year-old from Redford, and it was discovered the driver was suspended. The driver was placed under arrest and transported to RPD where they were later released with a citation.
About the Report
This report provides a summary of arrests, incidents, events and other items of significance occurring in the City of Rochester. However, it does not include every incident reported to the Police Department. It is possible for publicity to hinder some criminal investigations. In these situations, we do not release information unless it is in the community’s best interest, or we are certain it will not compromise an investigation.
May 10, 2023, City of Rochester and Rochester.Life staff