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Oxford Daily Crime Report: Monday, Dec. 1

Melvin Westbrook – Burglary and Entering Dwelling House or Inner Door of Dwelling, Failure to Stop Motor Vehicle When Officer Signals
Melvin Lee Westbrook
On Friday, November 28th, officers observed a black male, later identified as Melvin Lee Westbrook, 50 years old of Oxford, carrying a leaf blower and weedeater around South 16th around 1am. The officer stopped to speak to Westbrook due to this area being known for burglaries and the time of morning. Westbrook then ran and got into a white Ford Mustang and sped off. Officers began pursuing the vehicle until it stopped near Hwy 30. Westbrook was taken into custody. After an investigation, it was found that Westbrook stole the items from a shed behind a residence on Pierce Ave along with other items that were recovered in the car. Westbrook was charged with Burglary – Breaking and Entering Dwelling House or Inner Door of Dwelling (97-17-23) and (97-9-72) Failure to Stop Motor Vehicle When Officer Signals. Westbrook was given a bond of $20,000.00 and also has a hold on him for the Mississippi Department of Corrections for probation violation.
Trinity Hastings & Cassandra Babb – Shoplifting

Trinity Hastings
Trinity Hastings

Cassandra Babb
Cassandra Babb

On Sunday, November 30th, 2014, Oxford police officers arrested Trinity Hastings, 24 of Bruce, MS and Cassandra Babb of Paris, MS for shoplifting after they were caught by Wal-Mart employees. They stole $1200 worth of merchandise from the store, they have been charged and bond was set at $2,500.00.
Jimmy Williams – Burglary, Felony Credit Card Fraud
Jimmy Jontrelle Williams
On Monday, December 1st the Oxford Police Department arrested Jimmy Williams, 22 of Oxford MS, for burglary of a residence and felony credit card fraud. On Tuesday, November 4th a victim reported that his house was broken into at Lafayette Place. Through our investigation we found that Mr. Jimmy Williams broke into the residence and stole multiple items, one being a credit card. Mr. Williams used the credit card and was additionally charged with a felony credit card fraud. Mr. Williams was given a bond of a $3,000.
Oxford police responded to the following incidents: four recovered properties, two alarms, two disturbances, two animal assists, two petit larcenies, harassing phone calls, a welfare concern, an ambulance assist, a simple assault, a fraud, and a suspicious activity.
Oxford police investigated 10 wrecks, issued 22 traffic citations, and made five arrests on the following charges: (3) possession of drug paraphernalia, a public intoxication, and a shoplifting.
University police responded to the following incidents: a petit larceny at Hill Hall, a service call for an ambulance at Holman Hall, and a vandalism at Kincannon Hall.
Oxford Fire Dept. responded to one call: a water flow alarm due to workers digging up a water line at Faser Hall.
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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