Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Oxford Crime Report: Friday – Sunday, Jan. 2-4

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Oxford police responded to the following incidents: 13 suspicious activities, 12 alarms, eight fire department assists, four animal assists, four disturbances, three civil matters, three house burglaries at Anchorage Road, Molly Barr Trails Apartments and Phillips Road, two welfare concerns, two malicious mischief, two improper parking, two 911 hang-up calls, a noise complaint, a credit card fraud, an ambulance assist, a petit larceny, and a littering.

Oxford police investigated seven wrecks, issued 79 traffic citations, and 10 arrests for the following charges: (2) warrants served, a public intoxication, a disorderly conduct, a careless driving with a DUI, a careless driving with no car tag and a suspended driver’s license, a speeding with possession of drug paraphernalia and a DUI, a driving with no car tag or car insurance but with a DUI, a driving with no turn signal but with a DUI, and a driving with a suspended driver’s license and no car insurance but with possession of schedule II narcotics.

University police department’s crime report site is currently down.

Oxford Fire Department responded to the following calls dating from January 1st: a structure fire at 405 Jefferson Avenue, a cancelled call at Deaton Hall, a vehicle fire at Highway 6 and South Lamar, a vehicle fire at 177 Ewing Trailer Park, a smoke detector malfunction on the second floor stairwell at High Cotton, two same calls to High Cotton later that night, a smell of burning which turned out to be the A/C unit malfunctioning on the roof of McDonald’s on West Jackson Avenue, an electrical outlet shorted out at 1114 Mimosa Drive, a report of the alarm panel showing all 13 detectors activation but nothing was found at High Cotton, a smoke detector beeping at 720 Pinewood Lane, a vehicle fire at Highway 6 East, and a chicken coop fire at 204 Bramlett Avenue.

All photographs and listings in the Oxford 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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