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The Oxford Daily Crime Report for Tuesday, June 10

The Oxford Police Department made the following felony arrests on Monday, June 9:
Ryan Gall – Auto Burglary

Ryan Gall
Ryan Gall

On Monday, June 9, investigators of the Oxford Police Department charged Ryan Thomas Gall (21) of Goss Point, Mich. with three counts of car burglary. On Sunday, June 8, officers responded to the Oxford Square for several cars that were burglarized. Officers later found Ryan Thomas Gall walking on the Oxford Square as he carried a cooler loaded with different stolen items. Three of the victims that had their car broken into identified some of the items inside the cooler as their stolen items. Ryan Thomas Gall was charged with three counts of burglary. Almost all stolen property was recovered and returned.
Nicholas Repking – Auto Burglary
Nicholas Repking
Nicholas Repking

On Monday June 9, investigators of the Oxford Police Department charged Nicholas D. Repking (22) of Godfrey, Miss. with auto burglary. On Sunday, June 8, officers were in the area of the city car park in reference to auto burglaries that had already occurred. While in the area, officers heard a car alarm and responded to the area and saw a white male, later identified as Nicholas Repking, attempting to get inside a vehicle. Repking was taken to the Lafayette County Detention Center and charged with burglary.
Jason Holloway – DUI 3rd
Jason Holloway
Jason Holloway

On Monday June 9, investigators of the Oxford Police Department arrested Jason W. Holloway (26) of Batesville, Miss. for Felony DUI 3rd. On Saturday June 7, officers stopped a vehicle with no headlights. After a DUI investigation, the driver was suspected of driving under the influence. This was Hollaway’s fourth DUI offense within a five year period. Jason Holloway was charged with Felony DUI 3rd.
The Oxford Police Department responded to the following incidents on Monday, June 9:  three alarms, suspicious activity, recovered property, credit card fraud, three auto burglaries (Baptist Memorial Hospital, Rooster’s, and 1100 Block of S. 16th), house burglary (Maplewood Apartments), improper parking, harassment, a welfare concern, a 911 hang up, a fire department assist, trespassing, an ambulance assist, malicious mischief, and a disturbance.
OPD also responded to three wrecks and issued 13 traffic citations.
The Oxford Fire Department received five calls on Monday: one at 401 Vivian; one for burned food at 499 Azalea Drive; steam activated a smoke detector at the Turner Center; a worker accidentally activated a fire alarm pull station at 408 East Jackson Ave.; a wreck with no entrapment; and a false alarm at University Trails, Bldg. 6.
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