Tuesday, December 5, 2023

Oxford Daily Crime Report: Friday – Sunday, Dec. 5-7

Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 19 suspicious activities, eight alarms, eight motorist assists, seven disturbances, five malicious mischief, four noise complaints, three welfare concerns, three improper parking, two fire dept. assists, two lost properties, two code violations, two petit larcenies, two recovered properties, two credit card frauds, a grand larceny, an ambulance assist, a trespassing, a simple assault, a bad check, a fraud and four auto-burglaries: (2) The Mark, Walgreens, and Sage Meadows.
Oxford police investigated 19 wrecks, issued 40 traffic citations, and made four arrests on the following charges: (2) public intoxication, a possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving without car insurance, a suspended driver’s license and no seat belt and a DUI.
University police responded to the following incidents: an accidental hit and run at Lamar Hall, a vandalism to vehicle at Magnolia Drive, a public drunk at Khayat Law School, an intoxicated person at Kincannon Hall parking lot, a larceny at Crosby Hall, an armed robbery on Rebel Drive, an accidental hit and run at Sorority Row, a motor vehicle accident at University Place, a service call for an ambulance at Faser Hall, an auto-burglary at Luckyday Residential College, a suspicious vehicle at Stadium Drive, and a motor vehicle accident at Student Union Drive.
Oxford fire dept. responded to the following calls: a smoke detector malfunction at Chi Omega house, fire alarm activated by burned food at Martin Hall, a cooking fire that went out before the fire dept. arrived at 135 Old Sardis Road, a reported smell of gas with no source discovered at University Ave. – 5th Street intersection, a smoke detector activated by blowing out a candle at Martin Hall #619, and a smoke-filled house due to forgetting to open the damper in the fireplace at 118 Price Street.
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