A series of malicious destruction of property complaints has flooded the city of Wixom over the last few weeks.
Between Nov. 11 and Nov. 25 a half-dozen incidents have occurred, with numerous others noted in police reports.
The lion’s share of the incidents occurred in the Village Apartments on Pontiac Trail, where someone was wielding red spray-paint as a means of vandalism.
One victim, who resides on Woodland, reported that someone sprayed graffiti on his vehicle trunk in red paint.
Then on Nov. 16 someone sprayed red paint on the apartment door and peep hole of a domicile in the 31134 block of Woodland. The victim stated that his truck was spray-painted in red just a few days earlier.
Then on Nov. 18 and Nov. 21, someone spray-painted the storage lockers in a pair of laundry rooms used by residents in the 31170 and 31146 blocks of Woodland. In both cases the perpetrator inscribed the phrases “7 Mile,” “Betta pile,” and “Free Jazz” throughout the rooms and in keeping with numerous similar incidents over that same time period.
Lastly on Nov. 25, a Wixom man parked his vehicle in the 1965 block of Devonshire, where the driver’s side door window was battered by pellets of a BB gun.
Currently there are no suspects, but the cases are being investigated by the Wixom Police Department Detective Bureau.