Friday, February 3, 2023

The Daily Crime Report for April 24

The Oxford Police Department investigated seven wrecks, 33 traffic citations and eight arrests, on the following charges: two public drunks; first-offense DUI, driving while license suspended and running a red light; first-offense DUI and expired tag; possession of Schedule 2 narcotic, possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, failure to yield to emergency vehicle and running a red light; speeding, careless driving and driving with no proof of insurance; and speeding and driving while license suspended.
Oxford Police also responded to reports of three civil matters, three alarms, two harassing phone calls, two ambulance assists, five disturbances, four welfare concerns, malicious mischief, four code enforcement violations, petit larceny, identity theft, grand larceny and a fire department assist.
The University Police Department responded to the following incidents Wednesday, April 23:
Ambulances needed at Kincannon Hall, Turner Center and Guyton Hall, two running a stop sign, drugs – possession of paraphernalia, traffic assists on Coliseum Drive, hit-and-run accident, accident with property damage, suspicious person at the Inn at Ole Miss, burglary – auto parts and accessories, petit larceny at Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house, harassment, burglary – auto parts and accessories on Fraternity Drive and harassment – other forms of harassment at Brown Hall.
The Oxford Fire Department responded to the following incidents Wednesday, April 23: – Burned food activated smoke detector, at Canterbury Crest Apt. 113, at 7:11 a.m. – Turning on the fryer activated smoke detector, at Captain D’s, at 8:43 a.m. – Call canceled, at 1011 South 11th St., at 9:38 a.m. – Burned food activated smoke detector, at Hefley Hall No. 306, at 12:56 p.m. – Burned food activated smoke detector, The Village Buiding 134 Apt. No. 7, at 2:29 p.m. – Assistance call to check if wires were burning, nothing found, at 104 Creekwood, at 6:10 a.m.
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