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Oxford Daily Crime Report for Tuesday, Sept. 30

The Oxford Police Dept. made two arrests the past two days.
Justin Denton – use of credit card with intent to defraud
Justin Darius Denton
On Monday, September 15th, detectives of the Oxford police dept. investigated a credit card fraud case. After a thorough investigation, it was discovered that Justin Denton was involved. A warrant was then issued for the arrest of Denton.
On Monday, September 29th, the Oxford police arrested and charged Justin Denton, 23 years of age from Tupelo, MS., with (97-19-21) credit cards or credit card numbers and use with the intent to defraud. He was given a bond of $1,500.
Conner Hightower – auto burglary
Connor Cortez Hightower
On Tuesday, September 30th, officers responded to a possible burglary in progress. The caller stated that a white male was looking in her roommate’s vehicle. Officers were able to locate the suspect described by the caller: Conner C. Hightower. They then placed him in custody. The Oxford Police Department charged Hightower, 19 years of age from Oxford MS., with auto burglary and he was given a bond of $5,000.
Oxford Police responded to the following incidents: six alarms, two suspicious activities, two 911 hang up calls, 2 petit larcenies, a domestic violence, a welfare concern, a malicious mischief, an improper parking, a lost property, a fire dept. assist and harassing phone calls.
Oxford Police investigated 11 wrecks, issued 18 traffic citations and made five arrests for the following charges: (2) minors in possession of alcohol, a minor in possession of alcohol and drug paraphernalia, a public intoxication, and a warrant served.
Oxford Police discovered no code enforcement violations.
University Police responded to the following incidents: a vehicle stop on Chucky Mullins Drive, a motor vehicle accident on Fraternity Row, a motor vehicle accident at Student Union Drive, a grand larceny of more than $500 at Kappa Alpha house, a vandalism at Kincannon Hall, and a report of larceny to University Police Department.
Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls: a smoke detector malfunction in the surgery hallway at Baptist Memorial Hospital, some burned food activated smoke detector at Canterbury Crest 122, and a smoke detector malfunction at Lamar Hall 117.
All photographs and listings in the Daily Crime Report are provided by law personnel to HottyToddy.com as part of the public record. All persons depicted are innocent of charges until convicted by a court of law.

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