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Oxford Daily Crime Report for Monday, Sept. 22

CrimeReportSept22
Adreania Pegues – Child Abuse
Adreania Pegues
Investigators with the Oxford Police dept. arrested Adreain Pegues, 35 years of age, from Oxford, MS on the charge of felony child abuse. The case started as a result of officers taking a report on Friday September 19, 2014 of child abuse. After investigating the complaint investigators charged Pegues with felony child abuse. Her bond was set at $3,000.
The Oxford Police responded to the following incidents: five disturbances, two emergency 911 calls, a suspicious activity, a suspicious person, a suspicious vehicle, a lost property, a recovered property, a public drunk, an ambulance assist, an alarm, a petit larceny, and counterfeit currency.
Oxford Police also investigated 11 wrecks, issued 21 tickets, and made five arrests on the following charges: (2) public drunks, a disturbing of the peace, a possession of drug paraphernalia with possession of alcohol by minor, a speeding with possession of drug paraphernalia and a DUI to first degree.
Oxford Police discovered four code violations. OPD issued a citation for a littered yard, issued two warnings for two lawns with overgrown grass and littering, and issued a residential stop work order.
The University Police responded to the following incidents: an accidental hit and run at Jackson Avenue Center, a vandalism to vehicle at Jackson Avenue Center, an accidental motor vehicle damage at Alumni Drive, and a trespassing at Crosby Hall.
The Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a resident pulled the dining room fire alarm at Graceland Care Center, a broken sprinkler head activated the sprinkler system at Phi Delta Theta house, burned popcorn activated the smoke alarm at Kappa Alpha house, and an air compressor malfunction set off the water flow alarm at Marriott on Ed Perry Boulevard.
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