Thursday, September 21, 2023

Oxford Daily Crime Report for Thursday, Sept. 4

OPD has a statement for the public: The Oxford Police Department in an effort to maintain Neighborhood Integrity for the residents of Oxford would like to remind all resident to make sure their trash cans are off the curb and placed in its proper place and that their lawns are litter free and mowed. The Police Department will continue to address these and other Code Enforcement Violations over the weekend.
The Oxford Police responded to the following incidents: five alarms, two malicious mischief, two disturbances, a lost property, a petit larceny, a shoplifter, a welfare concern, a suspicious vehicle and a suspicious person.
The Oxford Police investigated 13 Wrecks, issued 23 Tickets, and made 19 arrests for the following charges: (6) possession of alcohol by minor, (2) public drunks, (2) disturbing the peace, (2) careless driving with DUI to first degree, a DUI to first degree, a disorderly conduct, a driver without a drivers’ license, a driver without a drivers’ license leaving the scene of accident, a careless driver with a suspended drivers license and false identifying information, a domestic violence per simple assault, and contempt of court warrant served.
The Oxford Police discovered four code enforcement violations: (3) littering, and a garbage can code violation. It also issued two code enforcement citations for two illegal taxi operations.
The University Police department responded to vandalism at Kincannon Hall, larceny at University Police Department, a credit card fraud (first offense) at J.D. Williams Library, and five car accidents at the following locations: Rebel Drive, Dormitory Row North, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority House, Sorority Lot and Kincannon Hall.
The Oxford Fire Department responded to a smoke detector set off by burned food at Northgate #A108, and a smoke detector malfunction at Brown Hall #153.