The Oxford police dept. has made one felony arrest on Saturday, Oct. 4th.
Mark Perkins – DUI to third degree
On Saturday, Oct. 4th, 2014, Oxford Police dept. arrested Mark Perkins, 40 years of age from Ridgeland, for DUI. This was Perkins’ third DUI arrest within 5 years, thus making this arrest a felony charge. His bond was set at $5,000.
Oxford Police responded to the following incidents: four alarms, three suspicious activities, three disturbances, a noise violation, a fire dept. assist, a welfare concern, a lost property, a motorist assist, a fraud, a 911 hang-up call, a careless driver, a found property, an animal assist and an auto-burglary at 2000 Anderson Road.
Oxford Police investigated six wrecks, issued 17 traffic citations, and made __ arrests: driving the wrong way on an one-way road with DUI, careless driving with DUI, a public intoxication, a possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle with possession of drug paraphernalia, and a warrant served.
Oxford Police discovered no code enforcement violations.
University Police responded to the following incidents: a traffic assist at Lyceum Building, a service call for an ambulance at the University Counseling center, a petit larceny reported off-campus to UPD, a bike theft at the Lyceum, and a sexual battery at the Crosby.
Oxford fire department responded to the following calls: alarm activation due to Oxford Alarm working on the system at 1518 Jefferson and somebody left a gas valve on in a lab at Oxford Middle School at 222 Bramlett.
All photographs and listingsin the 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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