The Oxford Police Department responded to the following incidents: 28 disturbances, 11 alarms, nine malicious mischief, six suspicious activities, two suspicious vehicles, four welfare concerns, four petit larcenies, a trespassing, two lost properties, two improper parking, two speeding, an obstruction of traffic, a counterfeit currency, a public drunk, a simple assault, an animal bite, a towed vehicle, a suicide attempt, a civil matter, a phone scam, an uttering forgery, an ambulance assist, a fire department assist, a motorist assist and two auto burglaries at Van Buren Ave. and 11th St.
The Oxford Police Department investigated 11 wrecks, issued 128 tickets, and made 51 arrests for the following charges: (17) public drunks, (2) public drunks with possession of alcohol by minor, a public drunk with consumption of alcohol on city streets, a public drunk with littering and possession of alcohol by minor, a public drunk displaying another person’s drivers license, a public drunk who resisted arrest, (6) possession of drug paraphernalia, (4) possession of alcohol by minor, (4) careless driving with DUI to first degree, (2) careless driving without a tag and with a DUI to first degree, a careless driving without a drivers license and car insurance but with possession of drug paraphernalia and a DUI to first degree, a careless driving with child endangerment by DUI to first degree, a speeding with possession of drug paraphernalia and a DUI to first degree, a red light runner with DUI to first degree, a driver without car insurance and with DUI to first degree, a possession of Schedule 3 & Schedule 4 drug with possession of drug paraphernalia, a driver who went down wrong way on an one-way street with possession of drug paraphernalia, a drier without a seatbelt or a car tag but with possession of drug paraphernalia and a warrant, an open container, a littering, a noise violation and a trespassing.
The Oxford Police Department discovered seven code enforcement violations. Two warning citations were issued for obstructing sidewalks. A citation was issued for an improper sign. Other code enforcement violations were overgrown grass and weeds, a junked appliance in yard, an illegally parked boat and a residential occupancy violation.
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The Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a smoke detector activated by burned food at Canterbury Crest 117, a pull station fire alarm activated by a security guard slamming a door while escorting a subject outside at High Cotton Condos, fire alarms were pulled as a prank–along with a discharged fire extinguisher also as a prank–at buildings 5000 and 6000 at Lafayette Place and a smoke detector malfunction at 1800 E. Jackson Ave.
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