Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Oxford Daily Crime Report for Friday through Monday, Aug. 29 – Sept. 1

CrimeReportAug29Sep1
The Oxford Police responded to 17 disturbances, nine suspicious persons, four suspicious activities, two suspicious vehicles, 11 alarms, six welfare concerns, four improper parking, four petit larceny, a grand larceny, three animals running at large, three lost properties, two recovered properties, five careless drivings, three malicious mischief, two littering, two fire department assistance, two ambulance assists, three motorist assists, a trespassing, an improper parking, a civil matter, a harassment by electronic communication, an open door, an 911 hang-up call, a possession of alcohol by minor, and a residential burglary at 2600 W. Jackson Avenue.
The Oxford Police also investigated 23 wrecks, issued 221 tickets and made 41 arrests for the following charges: (8) public drunks, (5) trespassers, (2) disturbing the peace and littering, (2) possession of alcohol by minor, (4) careless driving with DUI to first degrees, (2) careless drivings with no insurance and a DUI to first degree, (1) ran a red light with possession of drug paraphernalia and a DUI to first degree, (1) speeding with DUI to first degree, (1) driving with suspended drivers’ license and a DUI to first degree, (1) DUI to first degree, (1) driving with no headlights and a DUI to first degree, (1) careless driving with possession of drug paraphernalia and a DUI to second degree, (1) ran a stop sign with a suspended drivers’ license and a DUI to the second degree, (1) ran a stop sign with possession of drug paraphernalia, (1) obstructing traffic with suspended drivers’ license, (1) malicious mischief with disturbing the peace, (1) domestic violence – simple assault, (1) disturbing the peace, (1) no tail lights, (1) no tail light with a DUI to first degree, (1) possession of alcohol by minor, (1) speeding with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and possession of alcohol by minor, (1) driving with expired tag, a suspended drivers license and no car insurance, and (1) operating an illegal taxi.
The Oxford Police discovered 88 code enforcement violations: (54) garbage violation, (11) littering, (6) grass and weed violations, (7) illegally parked trailers, and (10) illegally parked boats.
The University Police responded to a service call at Paris-Yates Chapel, a personal accident at All American Drive, an accidental hit and run at the Media Lot, an accidental hit and run in the Brown lot, a drunk person on Fraternity Row, two separate disturbances at Kincannon Hall, two separate disturbances and a public drunk at Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house, a car that ran a stop sign at University Avenue, a petit larceny at Crosby Hall, a disorderly congregating at Stockard Hall, but the person was not yet found by UPD, a domestic simple assault at Campus Walk, a vehicle that did not yield the right of the way with the drivers possessing a fake ID and a DUI to first degree in Kincannon lot, a public drunk at the Union, a public drunk with a fake ID at Stockard Hall, a car wreck in Women Terrance lot and two calls for two drunk persons at Brown Hall and on Fraternity Row but the UPD did not locate the persons.
The Oxford Fire Department responded to an unauthorized burning at College Hill Road close to CR 1033, a general alarm due to power surge at Oxford Bariatric, a dormitory alarm due to burnt pizza at South Residential College 302, a smoke detector malfunction at Residential College 440, an activated smoke detector due to burnt food at The Village bldg. 112 apt. 10, a pulled Zone 5 fire alarm that would not reset at Winchester, a prank pulling of fire alarm at Alpha Tau Omega house, a water leak due to the water line breaking on the spray tanner at Sunsations, a smell of gas due to turning the gas back on after being off overnight at Volta, a general fire alarm malfunction at South End Zone, a cancelled call at 555 North 9th, and assistance to resident in resetting the fire alarm at 901 Augusta #203 and #204.
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