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Oxford Daily Crime Report for Friday to Sunday, Oct. 17 to 19

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The Oxford police dept. are investigating two robbery reports and four sexual assault reports.
The Oxford police dept. is currently investigating two similar robberies which occurred on Saturday, October 18, between 10:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
One victim reported being struck in the head from behind and his wallet taken. This occurred in the area of First Nation Bank on North Lamar. The second victim reported being approached by 4 to 5 males who pushed him to the ground and took his wallet behind the Lyric in the area of Harrison Ave.
The Oxford police dept. is also investigating four reports of sexual assaults.
The first report came in on Saturday, October 18, 2014 in which the Victim stated that she was assaulted while staying at a friend’s home.
The second report was a walk-in report at the police dept. where an exchange student attending the University Of MS reported that she was sexually assaulted sometime around September 13, 2014 by three males who she met. This all occurred somewhere in the area of University Ave.
The last report dates October 19, 2014 where two victims reported being assaulted by six males who they met and was invited back to a residence. Both victims reported that once at the residence they were assaulted. The location of the residence is unknown at the time.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 26 disturbances, 10 alarms, nine improper parking, eight suspicious activity, seven suspicious persons, seven ambulance assists, seven careless drivings, six lost properties, five welfare concerns, four suspicious vehicles, four simple assaults, three petit larcenies, two civil matters, two public drunks, two obstructing traffic, two auto-burglaries at 500 University Ave. and 111 Cypress Glen, a residential burglary at 2000 Oxford Way, harassing phone calls, an open door, a shoplifting, a malicious mischief, and an emergency 911 hang-up call.
Oxford police investigated 33 wrecks, issued 108 traffic citations and made 40 arrests on the following charges: (10) public drunks, (5) disorderly conducts, (4) possession of drug paraphernalia, (2) warrants served, (2) disturbing the peace, (2) operating taxi without permit, (2) shoplifting, a petit larceny, a discharging firearms within city limits, a possession of drug paraphernalia with resisting arrest, a possession of Schedule II drug with disorderly conduct, a public drunk with disorderly conduct, a suspended drivers license, a suspended drivers license with no car insurance, a suspended drivers license with no car insurance and improper tag display, a receiving of stolen property, a careless driving with expired tag, no seatbelt and suspended drivers license – all with a DUI to first degree, a possession of alcohol by minor, a DUI to first degree, and a trespassing.
Oxford police discovered one neighborhood code violation: a garbage can was left past the curb.
University police responded to the following incidents: a call for emergency medical services due to intoxication at Sigma Chi house, a motor vehicle accident with property damage at Women’s Terrance Lot, a possession of alcohol in Martin Hall, a larceny at Tad Smith Coliseum, a fight in the Grove, an intoxicated driver at Cross Street, a public drunk at Ventress Hall, a public drunk at Stockard Hall, a fight at Stockard Hall, a call for an ambulance at Physical Plant Office, a public drunk at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, a service call for an ambulance at Chi Omega house, a petit larceny at Stockard Hall, an auto-burglary at Fraternity Alley, and an accidental hit and run at Women’s Terrance.
Oxford fire dept. responded to the following calls: a smoke detector was activated by changing fryer grease at Captain D’s, a burned pizza activated the smoke detector at Deaton Hall 215, a cancelled call to Delta Gamma house, burned popcorn at Northgate B208, dust activated smoke detector in electrical room at Home Depot, burned chicken activated smoke detector at 604 Tyler Ave., burned food activated smoke detector at Canterbury Crest 116, a cancelled call at 101 Windstone Drive, and mulch caught on fire due to landscape light shorting out at Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
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 charges until convicted by a court of law.

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