Friday, October 7, 2022

Oxford Daily Crime Report for Thursday, Sept. 19

The Oxford Police Dept. 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 Oxford Police Dept. will continue to address these and other code enforcement violations over the weekend.

Oxford Police responded to the following incidents: four disturbances, three alarms, an obscene electronic communication, harassing phone calls, an ambulance assist, an motorist assist, an suspicious person, a suspicious activity, a petit larceny, a counterfeit currency, an emergency 911 hang-up call, an improper parking, and a welfare concern.
Oxford Police investigated seven wrecks, issued 25 tickets, and made four arrests for the following charges: two public drunks, a possession of drug paraphernalia, and a careless driving with a DUI to first degree.
Oxford Police discovered four code enforcement violations and issued warnings for three overgrown lawns and a lawn with overgrown grass, junked vehicles and litter.
University Police responded to the following incidents: a motor vehicle accident at Fraternity Row, a service call for an ambulance at Union, a suspicious vehicle at Chi Omega house, and a disturbance at Jackson Avenue Center.
Oxford Fire Dept. responded to the following calls: a smoke detector malfunctioned in a basement bedroom at Sigma Chi house, a general fire alarm with the call unfounded at Phi Kappa Tau house, a kitchen heat detector malfunction at Lenoir Hall, and a kitchen smoke detector malfunction at 1095 Augusta Drive.

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