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Oxford Daily Crime Report for Friday to Sunday, Oct. 10 – 12

Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 13 alarms, 11 suspicious activities, seven disturbances, six malicious mischief, six welfare concerns, five noise complaints, four lost properties, two simple assaults, two careless drivers, two improper parking, a shoplifting, a harassment, a motorist assist, an animal assist, a credit card fraud, a fire dept. assist, a counterfeit currency, a false pretense, and a house burglary at 900 S. 18th Ext.
Oxford police investigated 15 wrecks, issued 55 traffic citations, and made 19 arrest on following charges: (2) speeding with DUI, (2) public intoxication, (2) possessions of drug paraphernalia, a discharging of a firearm in the city, a DUI, a domestic violence, a disorderly conduct, a driver without a drivers’ license and car insurance, a careless driver without car insurance and a suspended drivers’ license, a speeding driver without car insurance but with a DUI, a driver without car headlights and a DUI, a driver without headlight but with a minor in possession and a DUI, a careless driver with a DUI, a reckless driver with failure to yield to emergency vehicle and a DUI, a speeding driver with a suspended drivers license and possession of fake ID, a driver with a suspended drivers license and without car insurance and an expired tag.
Oxford police discovered no code enforcement violations.
University police responded to the following incidents: a motor vehicle accident at Ridge North, harassing phone calls at Lester Hall, a fire in Fraternity Alley, a traffic detail on Chucky Mullins Drive, an accidental hit and run at Campus Walk, a public drunk at Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, a possession of drug paraphernalia at Ridge North, an emergency medical service call for an intoxicated person at Kincannon Hall, a possession of drug paraphernalia at Stewart Hall, and a petit larceny at Turner Center.
Oxford Fire Dept. responded to the following calls: an alarm testing at Federal Building, some burned food activated smoke detector at Canterbury Crest 122, a heater turned on activated smoke detector at Holiday Inn Express 219, and a burned pastry in microwave activated smoke detector at Inn at Ole Miss 503.
All photographs and listings in the Oxford Daily Crime Report are provided by law personnel to HottyToddy.com as part of the public record. All persons depicted are innocent of the charges until convicted by a court of law.

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