- A 32-year-old Rochester Hills man faces charges for operating while intoxicated following his arrest on Woodward Avenue last week, reports said. A Birmingham police officer stopped the man's vehicle for speeding in the area of Woodward and Maple Road at about 3 a.m. on Sept. 16. Officers determined he was under the influence of alcohol and arrested him without incident. Police detained him until he sobered up and released him on bond. A court date is pending.
- A drunk 29-year-old Commerce Township man passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle at a stop sign along Woodward Avenue, police said. A Birmingham police officer on patrol saw the man's vehicle stopped at the intersection of Hamilton and Woodward at about 2:30 a.m. on Sept. 13, reports said. The officer approached the car after it didn't move for several minutes, and found the driver asleep and hunched over the steering wheel. The officer woke the man and determined he was under the influence of alcohol. The man posted bond and was released upon sobering up. A court date is pending.
- Authorities charged a 52-year-old Bloomfield Village resident who struck a curb along Maple and Baldwin roads with drunken driving following his arrest on Sept. 13. Birmingham officers responded to a report of a vehicle that hit the curb near the intersection at about 10 p.m., causing a flat tire. Police determined he was under the influence of alcohol and arrested him without incident. A court date on one count of operating while intoxicated is pending, reports said.