Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Oxford Daily Crime Report: Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 10-11

CrimeReportNov10-11
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: nine alarms, six disturbances, six noise complaints, four suspicious activities, three animal complaints, two careless drivers, two welfare concerns, a motorist assist, a malicious mischief, an improper parking, a trespassing, a simple assault, a civil matter, an ambulance assist, harassing phone calls and a 911 hang up call.
Oxford police investigated 22 wrecks, issued 20 traffic citations, and made 13 arrests on the following charges: (2) possession of drug paraphernalia, (2) shoplifting, a domestic violence, a public intoxication, a simple assault, a disorderly conduct with resisting arrest, a speeding with running a red light without car insurance but with a DUI, a speeding with a suspended driver’s license, a driver with suspended driver’s license and no car insurance, and a public intoxication with possession of drug paraphernalia with a warrant served.
Oxford police discovered no code enforcement violation.
University police responded to the following incidents: a traffic detail at Ford Center, a motor vehicle accident with property damage at the Ford Center, a motor vehicle accident with property damage at Guyton lot, a reported larceny of bicycles at Lamar Hall, a petit larceny at Turner Center, a credit card fraud (first offense) at Turner Center, a service call for an ambulance at the Music Building, and a service call for a suspicious person at Jackson Ave.
Oxford fire dept. responded to the following calls: a fire started by construction workers burning debris – the fire dept. extinguished the fire at Filmore and South 14th interesection, a roll over wreck on Highway 6 East, a small gas spill which the fire dept. washed off at Kangaroo Express on Belk Boulevard, and a smoke detector malfunction at 112 Orrwood.
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 until convicted by a court of law.

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