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Oxford Daily Crime Report for Wednesday, Sept. 3

The Oxford Police responded to four alarms, three welfare concerns, two improper parking, two disturbances, one animal running at large, an ambulance assist, a suspicious person, a suspicious vehicle, an unauthorized use of another’s credit card, obscene electronic communication, a suspicious person, a suspicious vehicle, a mistakenly dialed 911 call and two auto burglaries at both 200 N. Lamar Blvd. and 1600 N. Lamar Blvd.
The Oxford Police also investigated 11 wrecks, issued 40 tickets and made 6 arrests for the following charges: leaving the scene of accident without a car insurance but with a DUI to first degree; running a stop sign with a DUI to first degree; contempt of court warrant served; possession of alcohol by minor; trespassing; and a public drunk.
The Oxford Police discovered two code enforcement violations: improperly parked boat and erosion control violation. It also made five code enforcement citations: (2) garbage violations, an improperly parked trailer, a littering, and a tall grass violation.
The University Police responded to an accidental hit and run at Crosby Hall, a motor vehicle theft at Campus Walk, larceny at Stockard Hall, larceny at University Police department and an auto burglary at Tad Smith Coliseum.
The Oxford Fire Department responded to a car wreck with injuries on intersection of Rebel Dr. and W. Jackson Ave. to assist the EMS with patients.
All photographs and listings in Oxford Daily Crime Report are provided by law enforcement personnel as part of the public record, to HottyToddy.com. The persons depicted are not guilty of any crime until conviction by a court of law.

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