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Tires slashed on sheriff's patrol cars during underage party bust

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An unidentified subject can be seen running up to an Oakland Co. Sheriff's vehicle before puncturing a tire. An unidentified subject can be seen running up to an Oakland Co. Sheriff's vehicle before puncturing a tire.
An unidentified subject can be seen puncturing the tire of an Oakland Co. Sheriff's vehicle. An unidentified subject can be seen puncturing the tire of an Oakland Co. Sheriff's vehicle.
BRANDON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJBK) -

Police say the tires on two Oakland County Sheriff's patrol cars were slashed while deputies broke up an underage house party in Brandon Township over the weekend.

Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe says officers responded to calls of a loud party with possible underage drinking Saturday night in the 4300 block of Wildwood Loop. McCabe says most of the partygoers ran away when officers arrived on scene.

McCabe says during the investigation, two patrol cars each had a tired punctured. Images of the unidentified subject were captured on patrol car dash cam.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Oakland County Sheriff's.

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