Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Oxford Daily Crime Report for Thursday, Sept. 11

CrimeReportSept11
The Oxford Police Department, in an effort to maintain neighborhood integrity for the residents of Oxford, would like to remind all residents 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 department will continue to address these and other code enforcement violations over the weekend.
OPD would also like to make the public aware of a phone scam that has already claimed a number of victims. The scam involves a caller contacting an individual, usually an elderly individual, claiming to be an attorney representing a loved one who has been arrested and requesting a sum of money to represent them. The would-be victim is asked to purchase a MoneyPak card and send them the card numbers. Please be aware and report any and all incidents of a suspicious nature to the police.
Oxford Police Department responded to the following incidents: seven improper parking, two disturbances, two alarms, two emergency 911 hang-up calls, two petit larceny, a grand larceny, two motorist assist, an ambulance assist, a fire department assist, some harassing phone calls, a suspicious activity, a suspicious person, a simple assault, a careless driver, a malicious mischief, a welfare concern, a lost property, a phone scam and an auto burglary at 300 N. Lamar Boulevard. Oxford Police Department investigated five wrecks, issued fourteen tickets, and made six arrests for the following charges: careless driving with a DUI to first degree, a careless driving with an expired tag and a DUI to first degree, a careless driving per running a stop sign with a DUI to first degree, a possession of alcohol by minor and a public drunk.
Oxford Police Department discovered a code enforcement violation per garbage and issued a warning. OPD also made code enforcement citations: (2) home occupation violations.
University Police Department responded to the following incidents: a vandalism per malicious mischief at Deaton Hall, an accidental hit and run with an injury at Stockard Hall, a trespassing at Crosby Hall, a service call for an ambulance on Rebel Drive and assisted with the traffic on University Circle.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a carbon monoxide detector malfunction at 102 Hickory Street, a student accidentally activated a fire alarm pull station at Oxford Elementary, a testing of vent-a-hood system at Rooster’s, a carbon monoxide activation from detection of higher than normal levels of carbon monoxide at 1581 Buchanan, a resident called due to not being able to reach the electric department via its emergency number when the power went out at 220 Elm Street apartments and a person discharged a fire extinguisher as a prank on the second floor of Sigma Alpha Epilson house.
All photographs and listings in Oxford Daily Crime Report are provided by law personnel to HottyToddy.com as part of the public record. All persons depicted are innocent until convicted by a court of law.

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