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Oxford Daily Crime Report, Friday to Sunday, Oct. 24 – 26

Christopher Hester – Rape
Christopher Dean Hester
On Thursday, October 23, the Oxford police dept. arrested Chris Hester, 21 years old from Shannon, MS, for rape. On Saturday, October 18, a victim reported that she was raped in the city limits of Oxford, MS. The victim signed charges on Mr. Hester. Chris Hester turned himself in and was given a bond of $15,000.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 10 suspicious activities, seven disturbances, five noise complaints, four welfare concerns, three fire dept. assists, three simple assaults, three improper parking, two malicious mischief, two ambulance assists, two lost properties, a motorist assist, a careless driver, a public intoxication, a recovered property, a counterfeit currency, a grand larceny, a civil matter, and a house burglary at 9– S. 18th Ext.
Oxford police investigated 16 wrecks, issued 72 traffic citations, and made 22 arrests on the following charges: (4) public intoxication, (3) DUI, (2) warrants served, (2) driving with suspended drivers’ licenses, (2) shoplifting, a possession of Schedule I narcotic, driving with no seatbelt or tag while running a stop sign with a DUI, running a red light with a DUI, running a red light with a suspended drivers’ license, a public intoxication with resisting arrest, a failure to yield to right way while running a red light with a DUI, a possession of fake ID while speeding with a DUI, a possession of drug paraphernalia, and a minor in possession of alcohol.
Oxford police discovered one code enforcement violation per Oxford neighborhood code policy.
University police responded to the following incidents: a service call for an ambulance at Residential College South, a vehicle stop at Hill Drive, a vehicle stop at Chucky Mullins Drive, a traffic detail at Chucky Mullins Drive, a vandalism at Northgate Drive, an emergency medical response to an intoxicated person at Conner Hall, an intoxicated person at Ridge North Building, a drug paraphernalia possession at Kincannon, a vehicle stop at Grove Loop, a vehicle stop at Sorority Circle, a bomb threat at the Union, a vandalism at Anderson Hall, a simple assault with bodily injuries at Campus Walk, a public drunk at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, a suspicious vehicle at Super Computer Center, and a disorderly conduct at Campus Walk.
Oxford Fire Dept. responded to the following calls: a medical assist due to no available ambulance at Oxford High School, an activated smoke detector by the dust from cutting concrete at First National Bank, a pulled fire alarm at Faulkner Flats Building 16, a man stuck in the elevator at Turnberry Condos Building K, a report of smelling gas but the monitors did not register any leaks at 1581 Buchanan, an air handling unit duct detector malfunction at Bryant Hall, and a dust detector malfunction at Solo Apts.
All photos 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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